LDS Church leaders provide insight into church finances
The LDS Church has spent "billions of dollars over the past few years" to meet global welfare and humanitarian needs, according to one of two documents about the faith's finances released Tuesday through its official websites.
Times' op-ed shows history of Mormon discrimination could be insightful
An op-ed in the New York Times by Asma T. Uddin shows how politicians wary of Muslims could learn from a history of discrimination against members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Utah to honor President Nelson for 7,000 heart surgeries, leading research
Gov. Gary Herbert and USTAR will honor President Russell M. Nelson, U. chemistry professor Dana Carroll, Weber State STEM professor Tyson Grover and Conductive Composites co-founder George Hansen with Governor's Medals for science and technology.