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'Deseret News National Edition': Faith films in Hollywood, keeping kids safe from toxins, toys that inspire creativity

The Deseret News National Edition looks at faith films in Hollywood, calls for tighter scrutiny of toxins found in homes, and highlights toys encouraging creativity. Read more »

June 24, 2014

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Hollywood talks faith-based shows, BYUtv

With recent faith-based hits at the Box Office, movie studios and television networks are scrambling to find more content. Read more »

June 20, 2014


New measures aimed at curbing toxic chemicals in homes

New measures put toxic chemicals — found in common household items — under scrutiny. Read more »

June 17, 2014

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Dave Ramsey talks faith, finances and fame in exclusive Q&A

There is something deeper going on behind Dave Ramsey's ideas, a spiritual side he says is vital to how he found financial peace. Read more »

June 2, 2014


'Deseret News National Edition': Fear and suicide, financial decisions and streaming stealing

This week’s Deseret News National Edition examines why fearlessness leads to suicide, why people make bad financial decisions based on "category size bias," and... Read more »

June 1, 2014


'Deseret News National Edition': Tornadoes, Gulf War, baseball and religion

This week’s Deseret News National Edition takes a closer look at the safety and cost-saving features of dome schools. Plus, an Iraq War veteran shares her... Read more »

May 25, 2014


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