Evan McMullin hints he knows still-secret details about Trump's ties to Russia
Former independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin said Tuesday the FBI's investigation into ties between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia "is a big, big deal" and hinted he knows secrets that have yet to surface.
LDS teen wins battle round on NBC's 'The Voice'
LDS teen Hanna Eyre is headed to the next round on NBC’s “The Voice” after winning her battle round during the Monday, March 27, episode.
What counts as a church? Supreme Court pension case asks important question
A group of employees are challenging whether the religiously affiliated health care systems that employ them should be considered church-related businesses in the eyes of the IRS.
Brooke Romney: It's time to stop being friendly and start being a friend
Today, I lost a friend. She was a widowed mother of two, working full time to provide a life for her son and daughter. She was kind and energetic. She was happy and involved.
BYU football recruiting: Trevion Greene fits the measurables sought by Cougar coaches
New BYU commit Trevion Greene talked about his decision to join BYU's program in time for the coming season.
Dick Harmon: BYU's director of football recruiting: 'Smother them with love'
Tevita Ofahengaue, a former BYU tight end and NFL draftee, is now Kalani Sitake's director of recruiting. His ties with Sitake go back to their childhood on the north shore of Oahu. They have a plan. Is it working?
Linehan happy to be back for 1 more year as BYU's punter
Just days before he was scheduled to be honored during BYU’s Senior Night last November, punter Jonny Linehan announced via Twitter that he would be returning for one more season.
Draper volunteers 2 sites for a new Salt Lake County homeless center
Just two days before a homeless site recommendation is due under state law, Draper leaders have volunteered two possible sites to locate a new homeless resource center.
Trump rolls back Clean Power Plan, coal moratorium
President Donald Trump signed the Energy Independence Executive Order Tuesday, rolling back the hotly contested Clean Power Plan and the moratorium on new coal leasing. Utah had sued over the power plan putting limits on greenhouse gas emissions.
Tyrell Corbin is on a record-breaking pro basketball adventure in Mongolia, Indonesia
Corbin, who is in his second season of professional basketball after finishing his college career at Cal-State Bakersfield, has already made a name for himself in some far-off locales.