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Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., speaks at the Heritage Foundation in Washington, Monday, Feb. 11, 2019, about the crisis in Venezuela. Rubio is the co-sponsor of a bill that suggests using Social Security to finance paid family leave.

SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for March 28.

A look at our top headlines:

Republicans just introduced a new paid parental leave proposal. How would it work?

Did the media get the Mueller report wrong? Critics are blasting the press for coverage.

A BYU law professor is headed to the Supreme Court for a new job.

No LeBron? No problem. The Utah Jazz slammed the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday night.

Americans are returning to the moon within five years, according to NASA. Will we be ready?

A Utah woman once ran against her husband for Senate. A podcast is telling her story.

Read more from our featured voices:

  • Derek Miller: Are we flirting with socialism, or turning it into a romance?
  • Jay Evensen: Supreme Court gerrymander case could affect Utah
  • Erin Stewart: College pressure — are we setting our kids up for failure?
  • Amy Choate-Nielsen: You can wash your hair — but toxic buildup isn't just a scalp thing

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