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How you view organized religion may depend on your political party

Research shows that Democrats and Republicans have very different ideas about the value of organized religion.

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2030 or 2034 Winter Games? Utahns may soon know which Olympics they’re bidding for

The timeline for the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Committee to decide whether Salt Lake City is bidding for the 2030 or 2034 Winter Games is now expected before Beijing hosts in 2022.

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TikTok can now automatically remove nudity. Will other platforms follow suit?

Most social media networks use some automation to flag content that violates their community guidelines. But allowing technology to remove it before any human eyes see it seems like a sound idea.

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What Paul Tidwell learned about recruiting from decades of coaching

The longtime coach explains how star system of recruiting doesn’t always tell the whole story.

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Simone Biles will not compete in the all-around after withdrawing from the team competition. In doing so, she showed us her humanity

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Why cancel culture hits regular people harder than celebrities

Bill O’Reilly is on the bestseller list and Jeffrey Toobin is back on CNN. Ordinary Americans and small businesses confronted with cancel culture don’t rebound as quickly.

Groundbreakings planned for 2 South Pacific temples — in Tonga, American Samoa

Modesty wins gold at the Olympics

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Utah coronavirus updates: The latest COVID-19 news and case counts

Google, industry experts clap back on Utah-led lawsuit targeting Play Store

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How the legacy of the Tokyo Games may impact Utah’s Olympic dreams

With organizers of the 2020 Summer Games in Tokyo struggling with a COVID-19 outbreak even before Friday’s Opening Ceremonies, what will the impact be on the bid to bring the Olympics back to the Salt Lake City region?

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Episode 41: Latter-day Saint women leaders on the voice of women in the Church through executive councils, revelation

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Grace McCallum is an Olympic silver medalist

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Dr. Fauci is angry at unvaccinated people

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Our inspired Constitution

The U.S. Constitution is the foundation for a well-ordered government of laws, and not of men, writes the first counselor in the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

The pinnacle moment of the Book of Mormon is coming to your screen. Here’s what you need to know

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Tokyo organizers may have lied about the weather. Now, athletes compete in a heat wave

It’s rare for fully vaccinated people to have COVID-19 symptoms

What MyKayla Skinner had to say now that her gymnastics career has come to an end

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Utah’s drought and low reservoirs add up to more intense algal blooms

These women used the Games to make a statement — and make Olympic history

The inside story of how 2 relatively unknown BYU players became the first Cougars to land NIL deals

The Mormon Battalion carried this unique flag 175 years ago. Now it has a new home

Cigarettes could disappear in the United Kingdom, but will the dangers of tobacco linger?