Also in this issue
Originalism teaches that the Constitution’s meaning is fixed at the point it was ratified.
The U.S. Constitution has been a model for a worldview that’s now under threat.
Can America’s cold civil war be resolved?
An elegy for a shrinking class of thinkers.
A proposed lithium mine in rural northern Nevada has created unlikely alliances as efforts to address climate change clash with the impacts of mining.
Fifty years ago, a police shooting set in motion a decades-long chase across the American West.
Experts disagree on how private wildlife parks like Idaho’s Bear World affect animal life.
Our personal indulgences at the airport aren’t a secret. They’re a design.
The Constitution is a covenant, says Denise Posse-Blanco Lindberg, who served as a judge for Utah’s Third District Court for 16 years.