Utah is an example of how states can best approach change in election policy.
Calm the unstable banking sector or keep fighting inflation? The Fed tries for middle ground in rate hike decision.
Hundreds of people mourning major losses attended the inaugural conference.
During the holy month of Ramadan, many Muslims abstain from eating and drinking from sunrise to sunset.
Time and time again, this plucky Jazz team has done just enough that it can’t be counted out.
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Members participated in 6.3 million hours of volunteer work and 3,692 humanitarian projects in 190 countries and territories
Progestagen-only contraceptives were found to be linked to a 20% to 30% higher risk of breast cancer in women.
Are the recent allegations against Trump a partisan witch hunt?
Gov. Cox cares about the Great Salt Lake and bettering Utah’s environment. ESG factors can help those goals.
The three-day meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping ended Wednesday.
The 6.5 magnitude earthquake killed at least 13 people and injured many others. The death toll will likely rise as search and rescue efforts continue
The age-long debate was sparked again when Catholic speaker, writer and podcaster Patrick Neve’s peanut butter was refused at airport security
Spring cleaning is a term that refers to a thorough cleaning of your house, top to bottom, to usher in the warmer months
Where to get free food, dessert and clothing discounts on your birthday.
The last time we saw Utah, it lost to Penn State in the Rose Bowl back on Jan. 2. A new season is dawning, and the Utes are looking forward, not back. They’re openly talking about the three-peat.
Here’s a breakdown, by venue, of concerts to watch out for this year.
New York and Washington, D.C., law enforcement are already preparing for possible civil unrest.
Like a box of chocolates, you never really knew what you were going to get this season. Now comes life in the Big 12.
New religion research confirms that basic conversations can help people understand and even appreciate various faith groups.
President has navigated university through a rich, and at times tumultuous, 9 years
Iconic country singer Reba McEntire put roots down in her home state of Oklahoma to help save Akota from becoming a ghost town
Here’s the full list of National Medal of Art recipients, which also includes Bruce Springsteen.
This letter is part of Brigham Young’s letter writing campaign to seek asylum for Latter-day Saints.
Kingsley Suamataia, Connor Pay and Utah transfer Paul Maile will anchor BYU’s offensive line in first year in Big 12.
There’s a debate about whether or not to raise the FDIC insurance limit, tighten bank regulations.
Since starting her book club in 1996, Oprah has now selected 100 titles that speak to her
HB2472, proposed by Rep. Janelle Ellis, aims to prevent fan misbehavior at universities
On Tuesday, Tan is one of several notable figures receiving a National Humanities Medal from President Joe Biden.
Why this report is being called a ‘survival guide for humanity’ by one of its authors
The designations come as part of Biden’s “pledge to protect 30 percent of America’s lands and waters by 2030,” The Washington Post reported.
Here’s what you need to know about World Down Syndrome Day
Jazz coach Will Hardy understands the pressure and the grind of life in the NBA, but also wants his players to enjoy the ride.
A vice president and statistics professor who directed the BYU Committee on Race, Equity and Belonging will be the school’s 14th president.
His approach to defense is a 180-degree change from what BYU has been putting on the field in years past.
Reports indicate Trump could soon be indicted of a crime in New York or Georgia
‘This was a difficult decision, but one that we think is best for the company long term,’ CEO Andy Jassy said in the memo.
The Los Angeles Unified School District is the second-largest public school district in the U.S., and the three-day strike will cancel classes for roughly 422,000 students.
Despite poor reviews from critics, ‘Shazam’ director David F. Sandberg claims he does not ‘regret’ making the sequel.
The Utah Jazz didn’t have their three top scorers available and still found a way to not only score enough, but also to stop one of the best offenses in the league in a 128-120 win over the Sacramento Kings.
The bank failure was a perfect storm of bad decisions and unfriendly economics. How we process the news reveals a lot about how we see the world.