In centuries past, holidays were days of holiness, not just time off work. This helps to explain why so many people today fail to find rest.
Historically a mom-and-pop business, real estate is now the target of wealthy institutions. What happens when homeownership becomes less and less accessible?
Sen. Mike Lee and Reps. Chris Stewart and Burgess Owens reacted to the news.
The Cougars give their fans a bit of a football fix as they gear up for their first Big 12 season.
Tavion Thomas is gone but the Utes have other proven players at the running back position.
With its biggest funding round yet, Utah’s most active venture firm is set to turbocharge a new slate of startups.
Timely insights from Deseret News journalists and contributors.
Dallin D. Oaks said, ‘Utah makes names popular, and then Utahns get tired of the names; the popular names start coming down in the rankings here while other places catch up’
Opinion: France has a history with instability. Are current protests threatening a return to that past?
Recent hostilities in France around the retirement age and a water reservoir have tensions high
Texas judge Reed O’Connor issued a ruling impacting the free preventive care offered in the Affordable Care Act
The incident occurred at a Hindu temple in India during festival proceedings on Thursday
The funniest reactions to Gwyneth Paltrow being found not at fault
Nathan Firesheets rode every Disney ride possible in a 12- day challenge across 4 countries and 3 continents
Wahlberg isn’t the only A-list actor to move out of Tinseltown because he wants to give his children a different kind of life
Senators pass resolution to end COVID-19 national emergency, as White House and Democratic representatives clash
The bill passed 68-23, but House Democrats complained about Biden’s mixed messages.
In the words of Ronald Reagan, American isolationism never was and never will be acceptable.
“Verification no longer establishes authority or credibility, instead it will only mean that someone has paid for a Twitter Blue subscription.” per LA Times managing editor Sara Yasin.
You might be able to use the promotion to try one of the new Blizzards or have a taste of one of your old favorites
The White House is calling for all Americans to leave Moscow “immediately,” and Biden implores Russia to let detained American journalist go.
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The Red Rocks cruised to a first-place finish in the four-team meet and advance to the regional final.
The move will likely be seen as a “diplomatic setback” for Russia, providing that Finland shares a 830-mile border with Russia, and putting Finland in a better position to provide a defense against possible Russian advances.
BYU took care of No. 11 USC in a rare Thursday showdown at the Smith Fieldhouse, beating the Trojans in four sets.
For the second day in a row, the Final Jeopardy question proved to be a challenge for the contestants on ‘Jeopardy!’
For followers, the Stations of the Cross are synonymous with Lent, Holy Week and especially Good Friday.
Jeremy Renner is attending the premiere of his new Disney+ show — his first public appearance since severe snowplow accident
Jeremy Renner will attend the world premiere of his Disney+ show — which falls roughly 3 months after a severe snowplow accident landed him in the ICU with more than 30 broken bones.
Eight jury members are tasked with deciding if Terry Sanderson and Gwyneth Paltrow were hurt in a 2016 ski collision, and if their injuries were the other person’s fault.
BYU football enters the 2023 season looking for an adequate replacement for standout kicker Jake Oldroyd.
Trump calls the indictment ‘Political Persecution and Election Interference,’ will reportedly turn himself in next week
Bread might be the culprit behind the dietary sodium you consume
Here are some reasons why this year’s women’s basketball tickets are in such high demand.
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Three months after he went into cardiac arrest during a primetime game, Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin is working to protect other athletes.
It’s not unusual for a team’s depth, or the lack thereof, to reveal itself at some point of the season.
Cougars brought in UNLV graduate transfer Aidan Robbins, but have some decent experience back in Hinckley Ropati, Miles Davis.
International singers are invited to perform with the Tabernacle Choir at general conference for the first time ever
Singers come from all over the world and represent six countries — Brazil, Ghana, Taiwan, Philippines, Mexico and Malaysia — to share “the universal language of music.”
AI labs are designing “digital minds that no one – not even their creators – can understand,” an open letter says.
After the avian flu outbreak, Cal-Maine earned a $323.2 million profit last quarter — seven times the profit earned the same time last year
Rose is competing for the backup quarterback spot behind starter Cam Rising. Rose and Nate Johnson are getting the majority of the reps this spring
Arizona could have one of 2024’s most competitive U.S. Senate races, but so far, just one candidate has announced
Former NFL and AFL veteran Hans Olsen replaces Riley Nelson, but will continue his daily sports radio show on KSL Sports Zone.
Experts say having cats and dogs when children are in utero or during infancy might spare them food allergies later.
Researchers are saying that while you can catch up on your sleep, you can’t escape the side effects of losing sleep.
‘His Only Son’ details the story of Abraham and Isaac, but with other parallels