NASA has taken a $7 billion leap and contracted with two companies to take over.
The agreement by investment bank Citigroup to pay a $7 billion fine for its role in the subprime mortgage crisis has been touted by federal prosecutors as a victory in holding the company... Read more »
In our opinion: Children immigrants entering U.S. may end up as refugees — and Utah should be ready to help
The influx of Central American children crossing into the U.S. begs for a long-term solution to a broader immigration problem — but more importantly, it needs to be viewed as a humanitarian... Read more »
In our opinion: With arrest of Shurtleff and Swallow, it's time to consider an appointed attorney general for Utah
The indictment of two former attorneys general raises serious questions about political corruption in Utah. We have a “perfect storm” here: the confluence of single-party dominance, no... Read more »
The strength of our national union relies upon a sense of fair play and an equal opportunity to access the halls of justice. That equal opportunity has been denied to the state of Utah in the... Read more »
Grade inflation can be seen as a response to a culture where bad evaluations from students influence decisions about teachers’ jobs. Since there is no simple solution to the problem of grade... Read more »
This newspaper has long advocated ensuring that the needs and rehabilitation of inmates is uppermost in the public’s mind as prison relocation is debated. We continue to support those... Read more »
In our opinion: Important breakthrough on rapid transit bus route between Davis and Salt Lake counties
The decision to move forward on plans to create a rapid transit bus route between Davis County and downtown Salt Lake City marks an important breakthrough in transportation planning along the... Read more »
In our opinion: Because higher education helps to enhance the stability of marriage, we should encourage both
Education, not race, provides the clearest indicator of whether a woman will have children before getting married. Because higher education helps to enhance the stability of marriage, we should do... Read more »
Programs are helping young Muslims recognize that radical variants of Islam are not the only available outlets for religious engagement. These welcome efforts demonstrate that an ounce of... Read more »
In our opinion: Caution is necessary when Utah transit projects engage in the practice of eminent domain
It is important to address issues of private property, just compensation and public use in a careful manner. Public entities must always exercise extreme caution when seeking to use this sweeping... Read more »
General Motors has long been viewed as a symbol of American industrial prowess. Its handling of the recall issue may begin to suggest that the company is living up to prior accomplishments. Read more »
Congress should define a specific legal rationale to keep that segment of detainees incarcerated or return them to their country of origin. As the military campaign in Afghanistan winds down, the... Read more »
While no state’s system is perfect or immune from the death toll brought on by alcohol, Utah is fortunate to have its balanced set of restrictions on marketing and distribution. They continue... Read more »
President Obama’s decision to act unilaterally on immigration is not the best way to approach any legislative matter. We can avoid this fate through action on immigration by members of Congress. Read more »
In life, no two men were more closely associated with the Declaration of Independence than Thomas Jefferson and John Adams. In death, they are forever linked by the date on which both men passed... Read more »
In our opinion: Supreme Court ruling in Harris v. Quinn is an important victory for freedom of association
On Monday, the Supreme Court reaffirmed the First Amendment guarantees freedom of association. The high court found that “freedom of association plainly pre-supposes a freedom not to... Read more »
The nation's first tar sands mining operation is ready to begin extracting oil in eastern Utah. The company behind the development has demonstrated to the satisfaction of regulatory authorities... Read more »
In our opinion: Supreme Court upholds meaning and purpose to bipartisan law protecting free exercise of religion
The Hobby Lobby decision is substantial in its own right and underscores the need for conduct respecting people of faith. But its true significance lies in the way it accentuates this... Read more »
President Barack Obama’s recently announced plan to set tough standards that might remove federal financial aid for students attending some colleges or programs lacks one important component... Read more »
The Constitution is remarkable for its ability to allow those tensions to fuel the engine of government while protecting the rights of minorities against the desires of the majority. Read more »
A proposal to expand Utah’s Goblin Valley State Park to include federal lands already heavily used for recreation is a sensible idea that deserves serious consideration. Ideally, it would... Read more »
A recent report shows that rates of pregnancy among teenage females in 2010 has declined 51 percent since a high in 1990. Equally significantly, there has also been a drop in rates of abortion:... Read more »
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