There is no greater oasis for the weary traveler than a clean bathroom. Here’s how to avoid restrooms of ill repute
If elected president, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott would be only the 3rd single man to occupy the Oval Office
A Latter-day Saint in a mixed-orientation marriage explains why he fights for traditional marriage as the LGBTQ community gears up for Pride Month.
As AI systems increasingly make decisions, human beings need recourse. Policymakers must act quickly to enshrine our rights.
Tom Hanks joked that he’d sell the secret to his happy marriage for $17 billion. I found a workaround for free.
Like Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsberg, we should all have friendships that confound other people.
A lawsuit over a transgender student in Wyoming highlights the need for single-sex spaces.
12 immigrants were abandoned in a rubber boat in the Aegean Sea. They were the lucky ones — they survived.
Parents are the first line of defense in the battle with Big Tech over our children’s hearts, minds and health.
Park City is getting the star treatment from Hasbro. I’m trying not to take it personally.
There is a straight line from religious nones to areligious nuns, with ever fewer people daring to speak for people of faith.
Growing up, God was my friend. For some reason, he felt like an enemy after I became a mom.
Amid increasing hostility to the offer of prayer, we should remember its power and the good will behind it.
What is the impact of one person sitting through a funeral to support their seventh grade student? In grief support, we need to show up.
Between Reagan and Obama, support for ‘Chevron deference’ changed. Now it’s back before a conservative Supreme Court in Loper Bright v. Raimondo.
Strategic decisions must be made about Utah’s land and water.
Deer are not forest royalty, meant to be respected and protected. Deer are invaders and tomato thieves.
Communities of single mothers may solve some problems of child rearing, but they generate others.
Would you write out your will? Do yoga? Perform a Broadway show on your own or take a nap?
It’s not impossible to restore trust, but it requires sacrifice. Words may not be enough.
The ‘15-minute city’ reimagines our car-centric urban spaces. Some are up in arms
Artificial intelligence has inserted the former president into military settings, leading even some supporters to push back.
The media’s unusual and enduring fascination with Latter-day Saint finances has extended over the better part of a century.
These days, everyone seems to hate the legislative filibuster. Here’s why they should change their view.
Sometimes shaking up the rule book is the best way to preserve what really matters.
I always wanted to be a mom, but it sure turned out a lot differently than I originally thought.
Mothers are the angels in the wilderness around us, and our children depend on them — as does the world.
With advances in technology, we need a new legal approach to parenting and surrogacy.
In this age of tension and polarization, we should strive for more events that require absurd headwear.
Margaret’s lack of religious formation, unusual in 1970, is increasingly normal today.
Yes, some people mocked the pomp and circumstance. But the rituals and symbolism present in the ceremony are important to people of faith.
We have work to do in order to make Joe Biden a one-term president, but Republicans are prepared for this moment.
Ethics is the art and discipline of discerning the right, the good and the fitting action to take and having the creativity and courage to do it.
Maybe it’s better to be lucky than good. Biden and the Democrats may be both.
Like Howard Thurman, find people who will hold a crown above your head and encourage you to grow into it.
I recently found myself staring at my face — on someone else. How likely are you to find your look-alike?
Both conservatives and liberals think they are under attack. This distracts us from the conversations we should be having.
The long history of hatred gets lost when everything is reduced to lessons on how to be kind.
To be more present at home, some parents have to settle for jobs in which they are easily replaceable.
Humans have been documenting ourselves for as long as we’ve had the ability to do so.
The claim starts with a single 2009 study about “subscriptions,” but that’s not where it should end.
With his Fox News exit, life advice from Carlson has been circulating online this week. Young Americans, in particular, should take note.
Proposals to rescue illiberal college campuses will do little if America’s undergraduates want censorship.
Far from being a celebration of the ‘ally of the people,’ the annual event showcases why politicians and media are called ‘cultural elites.’