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Viewpoint: The Ten Commandments

The Ten Commandments are laws to govern moral conduct that are as important today as they were in Biblical times. Read more »

April 26, 2014

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Deseret News National Edition: Religious freedom, the Sabbath and Jewish women

This week’s Deseret News National Edition tackles the Ten Commandments, ways to end poverty and forgiveness. Read more »

April 20, 2014

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In an entrepreneurial economy, reward job-seekers willing to start businesses

Rates of unemployment have remained relatively high in the United States. A number of states are offering mentoring services and unemployment benefits to workers... Read more »

April 19, 2014

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Study: Fathers as likely as mothers to kill their infants

Fifteen percent of homicides in the United States are filicides — children killed by a parent. Nearly 10 percent of filicides occur during a child's first week... Read more »

April 15, 2014

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Deseret News National Edition: Neon Trees, ways to end poverty and 'The Ten Today' series

This week’s Deseret News National Edition tackles the Ten Commandments, ways to end poverty and forgiveness. Read more »

April 13, 2014

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'Deseret News National Edition': Looking at bullying, why people are stressed, acts of kindness

This week's Deseret News National Edition looks at a wealth of issues, including the social effects of bullying, acts of kindness by others and why people are so... Read more »

April 6, 2014

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