Women hired by LDS Church History Department making huge strides in Mormon women's history

Kate Holbrook, the woman hired to be the first women's historian in the history of the Church History Department, and three female colleagues have improved the department's scholarship and are... Read more »


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Oregon overpowers Utes for 76-66 victory

Utah comes up empty of road trip, drops to 6-5 in Pac-12 play with seven games to play. Read more »


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Christie, others hit final stretch in New Hampshire

It's less than two days until New Hampshire voters go to the polls. But Hillary Clinton is in Michigan. And other candidates, even Jeb Bush, say their campaigns will go on no matter how they do on... Read more »

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LDS Church leaders speak at RootsTech Family Discovery Day

RootsTech 2016, the largest family history conference in the world, ended its four-day run Saturday with Family Discovery Day, a suite of sessions and classes focused toward members of the LDS Church. Read more »


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Utah Museum of Contemporary Art tackles politics, immigration in new exhibits

After receiving its fifth Andy Warhol Foundation grant, the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art is presenting five new exhibitions that explore diverse issues of political and global significance. Read more »


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Hate your cable provider? There might be a way out

A new Internet service provider aims to compete with Comcast and Time Warner, beaming high-speed Internet to your home — wirelessly. Read more »


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Riverton sees 550-acre LDS Church property plan as a 'once-in-a-lifetime' development

Riverton leaders say a perfect storm of opportunities have lead to what will become the largest residential and commercial development in the city's history. Read more »


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Cougars regrouping, going back on the road after 'devastating' loss to Pacific

With a shocking 77-72 victory at the Marriott Center last Saturday, Pacific dealt BYU a major setback to its hopes for a West Coast Conference regular-season championship and NCAA tournament... Read more »


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Brad Rock: Age of innocence: Super Bowls then and now

When ex-BYU quarterback Jim McMahon was all the rage, head injuries were barely mentioned. Now Super Bowls are played under cloud of doubt as to the future of the sport. Read more »


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Charity parodies — videos tell another side of the aid story

In response to increasingly harsh sentiments towards refugees, a public radio station in Denmark, P3-DR, released a fake charity video asking Africans to adopt a Dane this week, and it has quickly... Read more »

LDS missionaries safe in Taiwan after earthquake

A strong earthquake in southwestern Taiwan killed at least five people and trapped dozens more, but an LDS mission president sent an email to parents Friday to say the Mormon missionaries in the... Read more »


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H. David Burton: Calling on local leaders to address intergenerational poverty

Defined as a chronic use of public assistance and condition of poverty that continues from one generation to the next, intergenerational poverty is a fundamentally different challenge than... Read more »


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