Laura Seitz, Deseret News
Bob Woodward, Washington Post reporter who broke the Watergate story in 1973 and current associate editor at the Post, speaks at "Integrity and Trust: Lessons from Watergate and Today" at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. on Monday, Jan. 14, 2019.

WASHINGTON — Here’s a look at the news for Jan. 16.

Integrity in government, and why it matters: Read about a conversation with Bob Woodward, Elder D. Todd Christofferson and Michael Dimock.

Why Utah Sen. Mitt Romney and Rep. Chris Stewart want a fellow Republican Congressman to resign. Read more.

We looked into how Utah leaders are responding as the government shutdown enters its fourth week. Read more.

Apostles led the first open house visitors through Rome Italy Temple. Read more.

The Utah Jazz defeated the Detroit Pistons 100-94. Read more.

RIP, IM Flash. Micron buys out Intel in $1.5 billion deal.Read more.

A look at education coverage:

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