Bothered by the exclusiveness of closed primary elections, an ordinary citizen became president of People4Utah to head a campaign trying to level the playing field.
As the Supreme Court returns to the courtroom on Monday, some legal experts are surprised by the new term’s lack of faith.
Videos on social media don’t show the whole story. But sometimes the transcripts are worse.
Rep. John Curtis said some GOP reps “overplayed their hand.”
Plus, nearly two-thirds of Americans want the popular vote, not the Electoral College, to select our next president
Rep. Blake Moore says House GOP holdouts have prevented Republicans from passing spending bills with conservative wins.
Democrats ‘have watched Mr. Kennedy’s candidacy nervously since it began in April’ and are ‘on high alert.’
Tourism tied to national parks contributes $2.6 billion to Utah’s economy annually, and more than 23,000 livelihoods depend on the visitor economy, according to the Utah Office of Tourism
The Republican lawmakers say additional funding should be contingent on Biden sharing more about U.S. involvement.
The Founding Fathers were indeed the most remarkable group of men ever assembled to grapple with the most significant attempt to create a nation in all of human history.
Newsom will have to appoint a replacement for a seat previously held by his lifelong friend.
Fox News discussed the rhetoric used by President Joe Biden and the Democratic party against their opponents, and MSNBC spoke about Biden joining union workers on strike in Michigan.
Talks continue as many in Congress try to avoid a government shutdown, but a House vote Friday made that less likely.
Reyes said he will not be endorsing a 2024 U.S. Senate candidate in Utah.
Cox suggested most Republicans and Democrats aren’t as far apart philosophically as they think they are, saying, “It’s called the perception gap.”
A looming government shutdown is moving Jimmy Carter’s birthday party to Saturday because a shutdown would close the Jimmy Carter Library & Museum.
China is taking its pandas from American zoos in what might mark a change in approach to relations with the U.S.
The race will most likely be between Democrat Gallego, independent Sinema and Republican Lake
Attending the Silicon Slopes Summit was a direct result of a Utah delegation’s trip to war-torn Ukraine earlier this year.
Sen. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., claimed that 85,000 migrant children have gone missing.
China’s decision to tighten the reins on panda diplomacy is a symptom of political tension within U.S.-China relations
The longest-serving woman in the Senate and a trailblazer in U.S. politics has died.
Gen Z doesn’t trust government institutions, and Sen. John Fetterman is wearing gym clothes on the Senate floor. How do we reinstate confidence in our government systems?
Romney and other lawmakers are trying to work out an agreement that can pass both chambers before the Sept. 30 deadline.
Both educators had qualified for public service loan forgiveness but neither was awarded it despite years of payments and working for qualifying employers — until now.
President Katalin Novák met with members of the First Presidency of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during a visit to Utah.
A witness said that there is “smoke,” but it isn’t clear if there’s more.
Discussion of the UAW strike led off the debate and it ended with disagreement over former President Trump.
With the separation of church and state, we will see an increase in the well-being, prosperity and success for all.
The author and podcaster spoke at the Buckley Institute’s annual ‘Disinvitation Dinner’
All three candidates — Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall, former Salt Lake City Mayor Rocky Anderson and community activist Michael Valentine — have expressed concern about the lake.
Wilson, the outgoing Utah House speaker, made his campaign official after Sen. Mitt Romney said he wouldn’t run for reelection.
California passed the first state tax on firearm sales and bans people from carrying guns in most public places.
There are indications that store shelves are less full, but Congress has failed to act on bills to boost the formula supply.
The approach of another conference weekend is an opportunity to examine how we’re doing in regards to lifting the tenor of public discourse.
While many might think of James Madison as the father of the Constitution, George Washington is the man who made it all possible.
The Census Bureau wants to learn more about sexual orientation and gender identity. Here’s how it plans to do so.
Early on, the candidates took shots at Donald Trump, who skipped the debate to speak in Detroit. Later, sparks flew between several of the candidates
Former President Donald Trump spoke before a crowd of nonunion autoworkers as his primary challengers duked it out at a debate in California
Senators should demonstrate a “reverence for the institution,” Romney said.
Reps. Mike Simpson, John Curtis and Burgess Owens say a government shutdown is likely as House Republican holdouts reject temporary funding measures in an attempt to return to “regular order.”
Earlier this month, Gov. Cox said Utah has a plan to keep parks open if the government shuts down.
The nation is in a period of ‘extended conflict, partisan conflict, deep division,’ which one Washington university professor says has been more the norm over the course of our nation’s history.
More Republican voters in the Iowa and New Hampshire have ruled out voting for Trump than have decided they will back him.
Is anyone positioning themselves for vice president? And what do candidates think about the shutdown?
After Romney said he wasn’t running for reelection, several potential candidates have shown interest in the seat.
The debate starts at 9 p.m. EDT/7 p.m. MDT and will be streamed on Fox, Univision and Rumble.