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A study says the Utah and the rest of the western United States, as well as northern Mexico, is going through the worst drought in 1,200 years and it is not going to end any time soon.
Couples today are more likely to meet online than at a restaurant or at church, according to new research
A poor people’s box would unite low income and working class white people and minorities around the common cause of eliminating class inequality.
The U.S. Olympic Team in Beijing is loaded with Utahns; per capita, no other state in the union comes close.
Three former University of Utah stars earned a Super Bowl ring with the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, including Eric Weddle, Matt Gay and Terrell Burgess.
In America today, hardly anyone is good at agreeing to disagree.
A new study looks at childhood dynamics, family structure and the lasting impacts both have on American life.
The FTC reports scammers bilked people out of $547 million last year.
A new study from the Wheatley Institution at BYU and the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia says there shouldn’t be stigma attached to marrying young.
Proposals in Arizona and Wyoming to let residents pay taxes in digital money have legal and political hurdles to clear, but proponents believe the efforts are a move toward broader acceptance of cryptocurrency.
TV show “Parks and Recreation” created the famous holiday but they didn’t expect it to take off.
Ski town economics are a harbinger for America’s struggling middle class.
Utah leaders like Gov. Spencer Cox, Salt Lake City Mayor Erin Mendenhall and U.S. Sen. Mitt Romney talk about what the Olympics brought to the state and what can be gained by hosting again.
New poll says parents, social media companies and lawmakers should play a greater role in monitoring social media.
How this pastor turns being “colorblind” into “color-blessed” discipleship.
Loyal customers keep buying products while essential oils skeptics scoff. But the question lingers: What does the science say?
Nearly a quarter of Utahns say there are times when violence against the government is justified, while 10% of Utah voters say they support the actions of those who broke into the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021.