The families featured in the new LDS film, "Meet the Mormons," display diversity, balance and gospel-centered lives. Read more »
Islamic extremism is every bit the threat to civilized society today as Nazism was 70 years ago. As much as we may be loath to do it, we must commit ground troops to assist our allies in the fight... Read more »
Bill Gates wears a $10 watch. IKEA founder Ingvar Kamprad drives an old Volvo. Warren Buffet still lives in the house he bought years ago for $31,000. Bond billionaire Bill Gross doesn't own a... Read more »
Daniel Fabricant knows natural products from both sides. The Natural Products Association CEO recently headed FDA efforts to create meaningful regulations. In a Q-and-A, he talks about natural... Read more »
The account of King Benjamin's assembly given in the first chapters of Mosiah seems to imply that the Nephites were celebrating the ancient Hebrew autumn festival of Sukkot or "Tabernacles." Read more »
NASA has taken a $7 billion leap and contracted with two companies to take over the role of making sure astronauts can travel to and from the International Space Station. But privatization brings a... Read more »
The four-game Cougar football season has been unusually productive, with an emphasis on the unusual. In the first three games BYU outscored its opponents by a combined 78-0 before the Cougars were... Read more »
BYU’s last two home games, against Houston and Virginia, turned out to be dogfights. Will that trend continue Friday (8:15 p.m. MDT, ESPN) when the No. 18 Cougars host Utah State? Read more »
JC transfer Hunter Sharp is Utah State's leading receiver through the first four games of the season. Read more »
Utah State senior quarterback Chuckie Keeton will likely miss the remainder of the 2014 season after suffering an injury to his surgically repaired left knee, it was announced Wednesday by USU head... Read more »
Wide receiver explains that the offense is polishing things up for Saturday's game at UCLA. Read more »
Adding to the growing amount of evidence that Hayward continues to mature and transform as a person and player, the Jazz small forward used a word to describe himself that might come as a shock to... Read more »
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