When insurance agent Kelly Fristoe recently spent 30 minutes helping a client pick a mid-level health plan and the federal marketplace website froze, he called the government's hotline and tried to... Read more »
German President Joachim Gauck is boycotting the Winter Olympics and will not travel to Sochi, Russia next year. Read more »
The mostly Muslim fighters who control Central African Republic patrolled neighborhoods across its capital on Sunday despite an order to return to their barracks, reflecting the sectarian tensions... Read more »
'Deseret News Sunday Edition' looks at Sharia law, women in computer science, football and faith's influence on education
"Deseret News Sunday Edition" looks at Sharia law, women in computer science and the influence football and faith should have on education. Read more »
Greek lawmakers passed the government's 2014 budget, which forecasts a return to growth after six consecutive years of deep recession, early Sunday. Read more »
Snowstorms Saturday evening caused more than 100 crashes across the state, and also stopped planes, buses and some automobiles in the St. George area. Read more »
The government is back at work, and markets are laden with fruits, pork, fish and bread. Shredded trees are sprouting new leaves. Above all, the sounds of a city getting back on its feet fill the... Read more »
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos says nine people, including civilians, military and a police officer, died in an attack on a police post that's being blamed on rebels. Read more »
Gay and lesbian couples from around Australia joined in fragile marriages in Canberra on Saturday under the nation's beleaguered same-sex union laws that face a challenge in the courts within a week. Read more »
A Magna woman was charged Friday with felony child abuse after allegedly giving her 13-year-old son enough alcohol to cause him to pass out. Read more »
Some Utah law enforcement officials say the topic of officer suicide needs to be talked about openly and not swept under a rug. Read more »
Utah has long been a place where advances in technology have led to progress in numerous industries, including the automotive sector. Now, a student-run program at Weber State University is helping... Read more »
While the snow fell outside, many gathered in a LDS Church History Museum theater Saturday for a cozy pioneer Christmas party. Read more »
About 2,500 gathered at Pearl Harbor on Saturday to remember those killed in the 1941 Japanese attack that launched the U.S. into World War II. Read more »
Nelson Mandela was both a man of peace, reconciliation and social justice, all of which derived from a deep faith and spirituality. Read more »
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Salt Lake has announced that Evelyn Salazar has been named Youth of the Year for 2014. Read more »
Utahns remember the U.S.S. Utah, which was sunk by Japanese torpedoes at the beginning of the attack on Pearl Harbor, which propelled the United States into World War II. Read more »
An unprecedented problem is to blame for subscribers of the Deseret News, The Salt Lake Tribune and the Daily Herald not seeing their Saturday newspapers on time. Sunday delivery should be on-time,... Read more »
As the Utah House committee looking into now former Attorney General John Swallow started wrapping up its work, investigators discovered another missing electronic data device this past week. Read more »
President Barack Obama says the recent nuclear deal with Iran is the best strategy for preventing Tehran from acquiring a nuclear weapon. Read more »
Half of Americans say the country needs stricter gun laws — down since spiking last December but higher than two years ago. And the ranks of those who want easier access to guns —... Read more »
He’s big, soft and cuddly and always has a smile on his face. He’s a member of a construction crew and does very little work. But Boo Boo the bear just might be making the biggest impact. Read more »
Iran's president defended an interim nuclear deal that eases some of the international community's crippling economic sanctions in return for a freeze on part of the Islamic Republic's uranium... Read more »
A large swath of the U.S. is experiencing frigid temperatures, sleet, snow and ice. Several deaths have been reported, most a result of treacherous driving conditions. More than a thousand flights... Read more »
A tired but smiling 85-year-old veteran of the Korean War who was detained for several weeks in North Korea landed a free man Saturday at the San Francisco airport. Read more »
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