InDepth

This will be the first time Elder Soares will officially address Portuguese speakers in the Utah Area
Latter-day Saints are in top U.S. diplomatic positions around the world. Church missions and world-class language programs might be why.
For the first time since the dawn of the internet, the porn industry is on defense. Here’s how it happened.
A journalist and historian of the right looks at the fate of the American conservative.
We spoke to BYU students about what it’s like to date in an era of political polarization.
In first survey of its type since 2015, Pew asks parents to weigh in on worries, college and more
Experts say drugs offer promise, but lack of coverage, proper diagnosis and physicians who treat are barriers to care.
A symposium from across the political spectrum focusing on nine topics that arise in the wake of every mass shooting gun violence and what to do about it.
Utah and other states will consider legislation this year.
This winter, many have to choose between food and heating as the war in Ukraine takes its toll.
Dearfield, Colorado is being rediscovered nearly 100 years later to better understand the community and its residents.
Long before the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. was a distinguished civil rights leader, he was a clergyman, like his father and grandfather. His sermons show the importance of God in his life and his life’s work.
AEI’s Brad Wilcox, a Deseret News contributing writer, compared social media to tobacco products.
Why gamer culture is still exploding, and what it means for the future
Will SCOTUS end racial preference in higher ed?
We caught up with Noah Feldman to discuss his book, his fascination with Latter-day Saints and his role in helping create Facebook’s Oversight Board.
Biden visits Mexico this week. Will he find a reliable partner, or a country in crisis?
The backlash is about more than a longing for childhood nostalgia alone.
The former fixture of “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” is guilty of running a telemarketing scheme that defrauded elderly victims.
Mesa, Arizona Mayor John Giles has faced criticism in his pursuit of a pragmatism and pluralism that’s defined Mesa since its founding.
Adopting has never been simple in America. It’s even less so in a post-Roe v. Wade America.
Women are holding political office in record numbers, but things are still far from equal.
A conversation with Jack McCain on duty, helping Afghan refugees, and living up to his father’s legacy
How do we keep from undermining one of the longest-standing constitutional democracies in the world?
In the age of mega passes and canyon traffic jams, it can be hard to remember that skiing was once a gateway to rebellion, freedom and joy. But it was, and it still can be.
South Texas was supposed to go red in the 2022 midterm elections. What went wrong?
This phenomenon is not a psychological diagnosis or syndrome but a near-universal experience “to feel like we’re enough.”
A conversation with author and intellectual Reza Aslan on the power of protest
A law professor came to realize the principles that undergird her faith could be a viable solution to the troubles of criminal justice.
The very things that defined living in the West for generations — self-sufficiency, unpretentiousness, proximity to nature — are now an act of rebellion for some.
Hundreds of surveys and studies looked at health and lifestyle, victories and challenges. Here are some you might have missed.
Dirty sodas, golden plates and family issues — this year’s most well-read opinion articles.
Amid the detritus of her mother’s addiction, the author finds solace in the life she lost.
As our planet’s climate continues to change, recognizable weather and snow patterns have become less predictable, putting humans in the crosshairs of unprecedented climactic events.
In terms of ideology, Orrin Hatch and Ted Kennedy couldn’t have been more different.
The Christmas season I spent in Bethlehem forever changed my understanding of the holiday and its meaning for Christians, Muslims and, yes, even some Jews like me.
Joseph’s House was originally meant to provide dignified deaths to homeless victims of the AIDS epidemic.
When someone calls 988, that means there’s still hope.
It’s Joseph Smith’s birthday, and it’s time to discuss his religious freedom legacy.
I wish faith was as easy to pass down as wide-set eyes because the stakes are so much higher.
Hard feelings cause the holidays to be less than happy for some families.
The question, which has taken center stage since Elon Musk took over Twitter, revolves around a central tension between those who want no guardrails on free speech and those who think platforms like Twitter should police for false or misleading content.
Kim Peek — the real “Rain Man” — was both mystery and marvel. We neglect his legacy at our own risk.
“Barkley: A Biography” offers an unfiltered look into the 1997 Western Conference Finals and the unique relationship between Barkley, Stockton and Malone.