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Brandon Fugal— the real estate tycoon and owner of Skinwalker Ranch— is both familiar and fantastical. He’s shaping the future of the new west.
The West has a troubled history with lakes, development and loss. Our newest dilemma? The largest human-made island project in history.
We don’t know all the facts, but millions of Americans who support Donald Trump will view the raid as politically motivated. And they will vote again for Trump, newly impassioned.
Legal action over puberty blockers prescribed to minors will likely reverberate across the Atlantic.
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The second-year quarterback got up limping after scrambling during the first quarter of the Jets’ first preseason game.
Experts say the chances of a major earthquake along the Wasatch Front within 50 years is a coin toss. Here’s what lawmakers can do today to prepare
Does this contagious variant finish our two-year COVID-19 nightmare like the grand finale of some awful fireworks show.
Everyone is tired. Being tired, though, does not give us license to be cruel
The delta variant and daily case counts will determine whether pandemic politics dominate yet another election cycle.
The senator’s work in crafting an infrastructure compromise addressed important needs.
A proposed modular nuclear plant in Idaho is a financial risk best borne by the private sector.
Entrepreneur Ben Perkins has made a dress shirt that feels as comfy as his soccer jersey. And it’s all comprised of recycled plastic.
During the pandemic’s run through Davis County, Wendy Garcia and her health department team have seen people trembling from fear — and now trembling from joy
We should treat offenders as humans, with different stories and different needs, instead of casting them all into the same pit of despair.
Let’s take a moment to recall the sordid 15-year history of Democratic miscalculations that brought them to this point.
To understand the workings of American politics, you have to understand this fundamental law: Conservatives think liberals are stupid. Liberals think conservatives are evil.
To understand the workings of American politics, you have to understand this fundamental law: Conservatives think liberals are stupid. Liberals think conservatives are evil.
Passions will boil over as the Supreme Court nomination battle commences this week. We try to make sense of all the atmospherics.
What is socialism? And what might a socialist American government do?
What is socialism? And what might a socialist American government do?
In tax debt? Don’t be fooled by the promise of an easy fix. Yes, Uncle Sam’s collection powers are no joke. But don’t pay for services you can get for free by dealing directly with the IRS.
Here are some political cartoons on recent news events.
The challenge is to ameliorate meritocracy’s severity by, among other things, nuanced admissions policies at colleges and universities that seek students whose meager family advantages can be supplemented by the schools.
Our lives are now in the hands of a Congress whose extreme bipartisanship could threaten our livelihood if a permanent solution is not reached soon.
I stop short of saying I’m grateful for the 1918 pandemic that made my life possible. If scientists believe it’s possible to eradicate the flu, creating a vaccine ought to be a national priority.
For President Trump, a lot is riding on the economy in 2018. If it continues to do well, it should bolster his popularity and his claim that he understands it better than his critics.
Here are what Utahns feel are the most important issues to address in 2018.