TikTok informs the masses and destigmatizes mental illness, but professionals say it could be the reason that more people are misdiagnosing themselves.
In the general election, it doesn’t matter how the Republican base feels. What matters is what voters in the middle think.
A new study shows states do not benefit from tax holidays. They increase demand, while the problem today is a lack of supply.
FBI took highly classified documents, a file about the president of France and boxes of miscellaneous confidential records.
Mady Howard took the necessary time to rest and recover after her pregnancy, but she was eager to get back to her routine.
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The U.S. Senate almost unanimously voted to approve Finland and Sweden to join NATO. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has strengthened our alliance.
Chad Lewis and Dennis Pitta are excited about what Isaac Rex and Dallin Holker bring to the table — and talk about where they could be most dangerous
BYU Education Week is turning 100 years old. Here’s what to expect this year as more than 200 presenters teach nearly 1,000 classes on a wide range of topics.
San Francisco sued Walgreens and others claiming they created a “public nuisance” by flooding the city with prescription opioids.
A recent poll shows Biden’s approval at 40%, up slightly from recent months.
More than 3,000 Ukrainian athletes went to war, and more than 100 have died, Ukraine’s Minister of Youth and Sport said.
Researchers analyzed 400 million voter records across the 2014 and 2016 elections.
The credit is limited to vehicles manufactured in North America with limitations on materials sourced overseas.
The Department of Justice revealed a murder-for-hire plot against former Trump adviser John Bolton, and sources say Pompeo was also targeted
Says Utah coach Kyle Whittingham, “We’ve got to stay focused and mentally tough. We’ve got to continue to grind.”
Alexis Warr Burton was ready to put everything on the line for the ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ finale.
The Granite Education Foundation operates seven food pantries across the Granite School District and 28 schools have some sort of food program. The district houses more than 64,000 students, 54% of whom live at or below the poverty level.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has announced some changes to its tithing settlement process. Here’s what you need to know about “tithing declarations.”
The bipartisan-backed bill aims to revive U.S.-based microchip development and production, now seen as a major geopolitical asset.
As a true freshman in 2021, the Peachtree City, Georgia, native became a starter in the ninth game of the season. He’s picking up where he left off.
ESPN’s projections have the Jazz finishing among the bottom five teams in the Western Conference in the 2022-23 season.
To leave, Chinese officials say they’ll have test negative for COVID-19 multiple times.
Author and popular historian David McCullough has died. Here are six occasions when he taught Utah audiences about history.
The decision to move the show helped save it from cancelation, show director says
The United Nations is calling for the demilitarization of the largest nuclear complex in Europe after repeated shelling incident
Athlon Sports’ annual ‘Scouting the Utes’ segment allows opposing coaches to speak freely about Utah’s football program.
The legislation contains incentives and tax credits for electric vehicles, as well as renewable energy and nuclear power
The 23-time Grand Slam champion suggested the U.S. Open could be her final tournament.
The Big Ten Conference getting close to a new TV deal could mean good news for the Pac-12 and Big 12.
The actress, who was public about her ups and downs with breast cancer over the years, died on Aug. 8 at the age of 73.
When we comment on someone’s body size, we don’t know what we are complimenting.
Which school can lay claim to being “DB U” or “QB U”? ESPN set out to find the answer for all position groups, and Utah and BYU made appearances on the list.
Partisan division can be solved with the social relationships formed by strong institutions — and a revitalized civic understanding.
The West has a troubled history with lakes, development and loss. Our newest dilemma? The largest human-made island project in history.
We don’t know all the facts, but millions of Americans who support Donald Trump will view the raid as politically motivated. And they will vote again for Trump, newly impassioned.
Four months after he became the oldest president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, President Russell M. Nelson now has become the church’s longest-living Apostle in Latter-day history.
‘There’s no hiding from them’ says Utah coach Kyle Whittingham. ‘We’ve got to be mature enough to handle it.’
It’s been 14 years in the making, but the movie is finally ready to grace the big screen
New Fannie Mae survey shows consumer sentiment toward housing drops to lowest level since 2011.
Cougars practiced without receiver Gunner Romney and tight end Dallin Holker on Monday as they got back to work in Provo.
Teenager accidentally shot while sitting in the front passenger seat of a car by a boy who was in the back seat playing with a gun, Sandy police said.
Methotrexate and misoprostol treat a number of medical conditions but can impact pregnancy, so some doctors, pharmacies say no to a prescription.
PETA is calling out the company’s use of wild animals for ‘entertainment.’
Another proxy battle between Trump and Pence in Wisconsin, and a special election in Minnesota that could augur Democrats’ future in Congress
While appearing on NBC’s “Who Do You Think You Are?”, actor Zachary Quinto learned that his ancestor used a famous phrase long before his character Spock in the “Star Trek” franchise.
Over 8,000 flights were delayed on Sunday alone, in addition to the nearly 1,000 canceled.
A senior dog was discovered in a deep, dark cave by explorers in Missouri. Her rescuers aren’t sure how she survived.