The state has a role in protecting the minds and hearts of the rising generation.
A Latter-day Saint former diplomat explains why people of faith and conservatives should observe and honor human rights day this weekend.
The new Nicholas Cage movie takes a
The Frontiers Collaboration is an example of how states are leading the energy and economic transformation to secure our nation and enable their citizenry.
The network set a viewership record this week, but still lags its competitors in cable news.
Episode 13 of season 4 teaches us that Xanax and group dinners really do not mix
California voters and policymakers aren’t on the same page on gender ideology, new research shows.
When the power went out in my home, I learned I’m too soft for any other historical era.
Cox calls unaffordable housing the greatest threat to prosperity over the next 20-30 years.
The league still prohibits players from gambling on games, but has gone all-in when it comes to promoting it.
The former Senate candidate and state lawmaker wants to promote pragmatic solutions rather than partisan conflict.
Back in 2000, I thought people would live to be 150 or 200 before the 21st century was over. Now, that’s not likely
Lower drug prices, particularly those for chronic conditions, is a pressing need for many retirees and patients on Medicare living in Utah
“The Holdovers” shows how we yearn for our biological families even when we have the support of friends.
Christianity exposed the deeper roots of our being: fragmented individuals finding fullness only in a thriving web of relationships.
Addressing this long-standing and complex issue takes everyday actions from each of us
U.S. politicians should take note that voters are growing tired of extremes on both the right and the left.
Both women blazed their own trails in an era that wasn’t exactly supportive of female trailblazers
Can Rep. Celeste Maloy secure a full 2-year term? Will Rep. John Curtis run for Senate? Who will win the presidential election?
There are plenty of reasons to be excited about Salt Lake City hosting the Olympics again, but what I care about is the return of 2002’s most iconic fashion statement
It’s been 23 years since the last time 2 women held major political offices in the state.
In a world where AI and other technology are emerging, the problems of surveillance still need our attention.
Looking at the same 2,000 years of history, Johnson chose to reject his faith, while Hirsi Ali sees Christianity as the path to the future.
The New York politician was objectively bad for America, but great for my personal amusement.
When couples make the decision to marry — whether they have followed the success sequence or not — let’s help them build a stronger foundation for success.
The funeral of the former first lady is making America confront the problem of Trump and his association with other presidents.
If we really care about our LGBTQ friends, this holiday season we’ll stop fighting and learn more deeply from each other
A state historically known for having lots of kids and large class sizes needs to shift its thinking as public school enrollment declines
Our state lawmakers are right to intensify the fight against illegal, disposable, flavored vapes
It’s a hot topic between friends and family. What do you think?
Stop and think when you come to the word ‘indivisible’. Stop and think again about ‘liberty and justice for all’
Most Americans should be grateful to live in a time of unprecedented prosperity. Unfortunately, too many incorrectly believe we are on the precipice of a dystopian future
Politicians seen as having good character are more readily forgiven mistakes they’ve made in the past