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Q&A: Family-friendly network to debut original content

Cable's INSP — known mostly for showing wholesome shows of bygone days — has announced it will soon produce its own family-friendly original content. Read more »

July 15, 2014


PG-13 may be the new rated R

Amid the August PG-13 release of the latest "Expendables" action movie, some are questioning the relevance of the rating. Read more »

July 11, 2014


DeseretNews.com continues to see record-breaking website traffic in June

June was another good month for DeseretNews.com. The faith- and family-oriented website witnessed record-breaking traffic and was recognized with several honors and... Read more »

July 8, 2014


'Deseret News National Edition': Elder L. Tom Perry shares personal experiences during WWII

Elder L. Tom Perry shares personal experiences during WWII, a family fights for a cure for Lou Gehrig’s disease and an old teaching idea gets new traction around... Read more »

July 6, 2014

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How television stereotypes men

A recent article from The Atlantic pointed out one father's disgust with sitcom fathers, but the problem extends to other programming as well. Read more »

July 3, 2014


Deseret News National Edition: Video games and PTSD, the Ulster project and wage theft

This week’s Deseret News National Edition looks at how video game technology is helping veterans battle PTSD, discusses how the Ulster Project is uniting youths... Read more »

June 29, 2014


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