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In this March 24, 2019, photo, Special counsel Robert Mueller departs St. John's Episcopal Church, across from the White House in Washington. Democrats say they want “all of the underlying evidence” in Mueller’s investigation. But what is all of that evidence? (AP Photo/Cliff Owen)

SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for April 18.

Two Utah hot spots are among the nation’s top growing, census data show.

The Tiger Woods comeback story teaches us something about forgiveness and redemption.

Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren stopped in Utah on Wednesday.

Utah Rep. Chris Stewart will see more of the Mueller report than the public and most members of Congress.

Anti-abortion Christians protested President Donald Trump’s initiative to dismantle the EPA pollution standards.

Utah Sen. Mike Lee opened up about Trump’s veto of ending U.S. aid to Saudi-led war in Yemen.

The Utah Jazz did really poorly against the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night.

Haley Reinhart says being on “American Idol” improved her career.

Amazon robots outnumber the humans at the new Salt Lake City facility.

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