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:
- Online Mandarin tutoring helps Sunset Elementary students make global connections
- Granite School Board votes to close Oquirrh Hills Elementary School at the end of academic year
- Do too many Utah teachers lack licensure, training?
- School breakfast, lunch to be funded 'well into March,’ USDA says
- Regents select Bradley J. Cook as the 17th president of Snow College
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- Utahns in the NFL: Taysom Hill executes fake punt, play sparks Saints' rally past Eagles
- The FBI has been tracking crimes against Latter-day Saints for 3 years. Here's why
- Spence Checketts' reality check: Rebuilding his life and career while helping others affected by addiction after DUI
- 2 arrested in Fashion Place shooting involving rival Utah gangs
A look at headlines around the U.S. and world:
- Brexit Vote: Parliament to decide on E.U. withdrawal plan | The New York Times
- Jayme Closs kidnapping suspect decided to take teen after seeing her get on a school bus, complaint says | Fox News
- Feast fit for a burger king: Trump serves fast food To college football champs | NPR
- Attorney general nominee promises to allow Mueller to finish his work | The New York Times
- Republican Steve King ousted from House panels over race remarks | BBC News