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Paul S. Edwards
Paul Edwards is the editor of the Deseret News. Prior to joining the Deseret News, Edwards served as executive vice president and provost at Southern Virginia University, as the president of the Mercatus Center at George Mason University, and as vice president for academic affairs at the Institute for Humane Studies. Edwards holds a doctorate in jurisprudence and social policy and law degree from the University of California, Berkeley. He graduated with university honors from Brigham Young University. Edwards and his wife Margo are the parents of four children and reside in Highland.

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Leaders from multiple religions said they were energized and optimistic as they left the Vatican's interfaith marriage summit last week. They told the Deseret News about what they hope to see emerge out of thei...
Leaders of the Catholic, protestant, evangelical and other faiths wrapped up a three-day conference on marriage on Wednesday cheered by new relationships and expressing deep gratitude for President Henry B. Eyr...
At the Vatican on Tuesday, President Henry B. Eyring of the LDS Church's First Presidency read from the church's 1995 Proclamation on the Family and said those principles "are things people must do for us to ha...
Deseret News Editor Paul Edwards sat down in Vatican City with LDS Church leaders to discuss the significance of Humanum: An International Interreligious Colloquium on The Complementarity of Man and Woman, and ...
Pope Francis opened the historic interreligious conference on marriage and family Monday morning at the Vatican, where he greeted President Henry B. Eyring of the LDS Church's First Presidency. President Eyring...
Conference on complementarity of man and woman in marriage also represents historic LDS participation in a Vatican event with the pope. President Henry B. Eyring will provide a witness for marriage in Mormon tr...
Former Utah Gov. Mike Leavitt visits with Deseret News Editor Paul Edwards to discuss his recent book about how to manage complex problem solving through collaborative alliances.

Our take: Google's new project is a fascinating look at wind patterns.

A new project recording the wind patterns across America shows a mesmerizing map that could help predict storms.

Wind Map, which has

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I'm standing in the exquisite lobby of the Huntsman Cancer Institute on a rainy afternoon. Even with gloomy weather outside, the wood-paneled atrium is bathed in natural light.

WASHINGTON — Sen. Max Baccus, D-Mont., chairman of the Senate Finance Committee has called the committee to order. Sitting next to him is the ranking Republican, Sen. Orrin Hatch, R.-Utah.

The pound of

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