Opinion

Regimes play a dangerous game when they forget that millions of outraged people can move the world under their feet.
The #LightTheWorld campaign nudges us to give freely to those in need. The transformed Scrooge would approve.
Britain’s recession may bottom out lower than projected. Here’s why we should care.
The president is getting attacked by workers who helped get him elected in 2020 — over sick days.
This Christmas Village is sure to give you a dose of holiday cheer
here’s been an increase in the number of women giving birth at home since 2019. It’s especially notable among Black mothers, according to the CDC.
Did we take the long view on the drug price caps in the Inflation Reduction Act?
Bears Ears National Monument deserves protection
Whether the former president has enough support to work in the Oval Office again remains to be seen, but there’s enough support to sell plenty of merch.
If we support American business, promote good climate policy and avoid energy dependence on other countries — we can have it all.
A Supreme Court case out of North Carolina has the potential to change many state election laws.
Whether or not they supported Trump in previous elections, many people feel that 2024 is not the place for Donald Trump.
The gondola may be expensive, but it has benefits that we should all care about.
After watching their children suffer, this family learned to understand and counter the effects of food insecurity.
One Utah lawmaker has a plan he says could save the lake while supplying much of the state with water.
Why Randal Quarles says expanding its powers is dangerous
Most parents want their children cared for at home. But most policy proposals focus on giving parents more time at work
Elizabeth Cordero honors both her past in Mexico and her present in the U.S. by celebrating her blended worlds
In the United States, elections are remarkably fair and well-managed, despite the constant baseless allegations of fraud.
An increasing number of believers are afraid to talk about their values publicly. But the pain of not speaking out might be worse than the pain of cancellation.
Negative perceptions are hurting police staffing. How can we get young Americans to support police?
For the first time in state history, Utah has all-female leadership teams and a Latina legislator leading a caucus in both bodies of Legislature.
When it’s not art but pornography, it’s past time to push back
The act carves out protections for those who support traditional marriage and says diverse beliefs are ‘due proper respect’
A set of ideas called the Chicago Trifecta can help higher education restore its primary mission: the pursuit of truth and advancement of knowledge.
The Uinta Basin is known for its methane gas leaks. We should have an action plan before it’s too late
Antibiotics are as important as baby formula. Why isn’t the Biden administration doing more?
The child tax credit helped countless children receive the resources they needed to thrive. Our senators should bring it back
What the executive director of the Utah Inland Port Authority has to say about Utah’s commitment to cleaner air.
What can a worldwide perspective do for climate action?
The underlying concerns of those who want literary diversity are not in conflict with parents seeking age-inappropriate content and protection for children.
Canadians have the right to die, but do they have the right to live in the face of medical challenges?
Is Utah really in the top ranked states for teachers?
Fifty-three years ago, many Americans were warning about the perils of buying on credit. Their advice is timely today.
If local and national politicians were around your Thanksgiving table, this is what they would be grateful for.
Professionals are important when people are struggling, but so are family, friends and communities.
Another night of mac and cheese for dinner with a 4-year-old could have gone two ways — burnout or self care.
It’s a hot topic between friends and family. What do you think?
George Washington set the tone in 1789 when he designated the fourth Thursday of November as “a day of thanksgiving.” But the idea was not novel. Colonists had been doing this for years.
A family tradition leads to reflection on one of God’s greatest gifts — the consummation of enjoyment that comes from praise and thanksgiving.
The decision to exclude our family and friends from holiday celebrations is not inconsequential
Sharing family stories can strengthen connections and build family resilience
How are families incorporating different ancestral traditions into this holiday, which, while celebrated in other countries, has a distinctively American flavor?
Thanksgiving is about celebrating, feasting and resting, but their opposites — mourning, fasting and working — can help us feel more thankful this year.
The sentence given to Elizabeth Holmes, who is pregnant, brings to the fore a problem in criminal justice — what to do about new mothers convicted of crimes.