Jonathan Freedman, honorary consul of Ukraine in Utah, receives the The Order of Merit from Ukraine’s president.
AARP, others suggests games boost well-being for all ages, but especially for lonely older folks.
A quick scan of the program of the March on Washington, which included three prayers, gospel music and four speeches by religious leaders, illustrates how religion played a central role in this seminal event and in the Civil Rights movement.
Intense lobbying and hard questions from Congress changed Medicare’s approach to covering the treatment.
Bonneville International President and CEO Darrell Brown is retiring, Vea to assume position in August.
Charles plans to have a short, modest celebration compared to his mother’s.
In the second round of the Taco Bell Comeback Contest, Taco Bell fans will have a decision to make
Will a Supreme Court ruling over a web designer’s opposition to same-sex marriage reshape the First Amendment?
The State Department has plans to launch an online passport renewal system this year
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.
The New York Times union’s contract with the Times ended over a year ago
Writer Jennifer Glopper has a a rare condition that inhibits blood clotting. She shares her story to advocate for women with hemophilia.
The COP27 officially opened on Nov. 6 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, and runs till Nov. 18, where leaders from across the globe collaborate on climate change
A low supply of skilled laborers drives supply chain shortages
Use these easy tips and tricks by experts to help your family reach your financial goals, even in times of inflation.
Insider scoops and colorful wizarding language all add to the effect, but Felton’s real story reflects on his struggle with mental health
TikTok strikes another trend and makes resale prices for the ‘Boston’ style skyrocket
‘We’re building an economy for everyone,’ President Biden announces a new rule that forces airlines to tell customers about all hidden fees from the get-go
People are surviving cancer at better rates today than any other time in history.
Just having a pedometer helps you increase your step count according to BYU study.
See how people facing a seismic global crisis will be helped by tens of millions of dollars donated Wednesday by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.