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For much of the past century, the era of Big Work — the 40-hour workweek and its employer-provided benefits — were the foundation of our economy. That was then. Now, independent work is... Read more »
Word or emoji? Face or screen? There are more ways than ever to communicate, but some experts are concerned that too much reliance on less-direct forms of communication could be bad for children... Read more »
The Road Home will use its Midvale community winter shelter one more season before building a new facility at the same site. Architectural plans and other preparations are ongoing. Read more »
Washington Post columnist Catherine Rampell begs, pleads and demands that women's first and last names get equal billings on invitations and other mailings. Read more »
Putting a bright orange vest over his suit coat and wearing a hard hat, President Dieter F. Uchtdorf got an up-close look at the construction that is transforming the ruins of the Provo Tabernacle... Read more »
For the second year in a row, BYU quarterback Taysom Hill had to travel across the country and battle a hungry home team in a season opener. This time, unlike his shaky start at Virginia, Hill... Read more »
The civil war in Syria has forced 3 million people out of the country as more than a million people fled in the past year, creating a crisis that the U.N. refugee agency said requires the biggest... Read more »
U.S. consumer spending fell in July, with a drop in auto purchases accounting for most of the weakness. Income growth also slowed. Read more »
Unified Police Chief Tracy Wyant has been ruled justified in shooting and wounding a Taylorsville man earlier this month. Read more »
BYU came to UConn with five potential starters suspended for the season-opener, but three freshman and a sophomore who'd never played bef were put in the fire immediately, and they all had their... Read more »
The Utah Highway Patrol is reviewing security measures at the state Capitol after a highly intoxicated man was found bloody and injured Friday morning. Read more »
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