SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for Jan. 17.
The government shutdown is putting food assistance in peril for some needy Utah families. Read more.
Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert led the Utah Jazz to their fifth-straight victory, defeating the Los Angeles Clippers by 20. Read more.
Religious freedom is supposed to be an inalienable right. Here’s why some Americans don’t see it that way. Read more.
Why are girls on social media more at risk for depression than boys? This new study has some answers.
The rape trial nears its end for ex-Utah State football star Torrey Green, who is accused of assaulting 7. Read more.
Watch Elder D. Todd Christofferson and Bob Woodward talk Watergate and integrity.
A look at our most-read stories:
- Apostle leads Catholic delegation on tour of Rome Temple
- Italians wowed by Michelangelo motif in Rome Temple
- GoFundMe will refund $20 million raised for President Donald Trump's border wall. Here's why.
- BYU shows significant improvement in 2018, looking to build on that in 2019
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- In our opinion: Utah's gang violence needs correction from the state
- Lois Collins: Political wrangling should not disadvantage government workers
- Jay Evensen: Shutdown could make Utah less prepared for a recession
- In our opinion:You shouldn't need a brain surgeon to understand your hospital bill
- Amy Choate-Nielsen: 2018 taught lessons of love and loss
A look around the U.S. and world:
- U.S. deaths in Syria rekindle debate over Trump's withdrawal decision | CNN
- Calls for a second Brexit referendum grow as Theresa May fights for a new deal | CNBC
- Nairobi attack shows attempts to neutralize Africa's terror threat have failed | CNN
- 911 callers say Jayme Closs should get $50K reward for rescuing herself | USA Today
- Michael Cohen hired an IT firm to rig early CNBC, Drudge polls in favor of Trump | Wall Street Journal (subscription needed)