A new Deseret News/HarrisX national poll reveals a working class who remain skeptical of the American dream.
‘Utah is losing a dedicated public servant, Reps. Moore, Curtis and Owens say
Owens says Biden’s plan would increase inflation and put burden on taxpayers
After serving several terms in the House and Senate, Mike Crapo is one of the most senior Republicans and ranking member on the powerful Senate Finance Committee.
“Vengeance Is Mine: The Mountain Meadows Massacre and Its Aftermath” by Richard E. Turley and Barbara Jones Brown reveals new details about the tragedy.
Tim Ballard, the founder and former CEO of Operation Underground Railroad, says the investigation harmed the organization’s reputation.
Officials expect a surge in migrant crossings following the end of Title 42 on May 11.
Some GOP lawmakers, including U.S. Sen. Mike Lee, are calling for tougher action against cartels as violence increases.
The dean is now on leave. This comes as red states debate over whether to ban DEI offices at public colleges. Is there a better way?
Lee and other Republican sponsors say they hope to close loopholes to “protect vulnerable” and slow border crossings.
Once a can’t-miss conservative event, now it’s Trump’s show. But that didn’t stop some Republicans from testing out anti-Trump messages
While some Americans are calling for a national divorce, others are calling for “marriage counseling.”
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis will attend a donor retreat hosted by Club for Growth instead of CPAC
Members of the Main Street Caucus have inserted themselves into the debate over raising the nation’s debt limit.
Despite his age, Rep. Tyler Clancy already seems confident in his latest role.
Neither party wants to cut retirement benefits, but experts say they’re going to have to do something.
When the domain chess.com was up for auction, Erik Allebest and Jay Severson pounced. They ended up reinventing a thousand-year-old game.
Latter-day Saints are in top U.S. diplomatic positions around the world. Church missions and world-class language programs might be why.
Arizona became the first state to pass universal education savings accounts in 2022. Should Utah follow suit?
Utah’s experience with ranked-choice voting shows it may not be all it’s cracked up to be.
Mesa, Arizona Mayor John Giles has faced criticism in his pursuit of a pragmatism and pluralism that’s defined Mesa since its founding.
Democrats won a majority of Latino and Black voters but by a significantly smaller margin than in 2018.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang’s Forward Party offers an alternative for dissatisfied voters. But can it avoid the fate of most third parties?
A week and a day after the election, majority finally called for the GOP
With both the Senate and House majorities hanging in the balance, these four Nevada congressional races will be some of the most influential in the 2022 midterm elections
The 2022 midterms feature a diverse array of Latter-day Saint candidates.
Recent polling shows where Latino voters might give GOP candidates a boost.
Giles appeared at a Wednesday rally with Katie Hobbs, Mark Kelly and former President Obama.
The takeover of the Libertarian Party by a faction friendlier to social conservatives and less afraid of offensive messaging has divided the party and could have implications for the 2024 presidential election.