Why were 31 people injured at Legoland? Here’s what we know
The iconic baby powder brand will stop making talc-based baby powder after facing lawsuits since 2014.
None of the 35 cases since 2018 have resulted in death, researchers say.
To leave, Chinese officials say they’ll have test negative for COVID-19 multiple times.
The decision to move the show helped save it from cancelation, show director says
A senior dog was discovered in a deep, dark cave by explorers in Missouri. Her rescuers aren’t sure how she survived.
The former TV news anchor won every county in Arizona’s Republican primary.
Canada announced an import ban on handguns that will go into effect August 18 ahead of a national freeze on handgun sales.
Enes Kanter Freedom is an outspoken critic of human rights abuses in China.
The powerful new James Webb space telescope captured images of the rare, spiral galaxy.
The Gabby Petito Foundation has seen Gabby’s story help people leave abusive relationships and hopes a $100K donation will do more.
The 2024 presidential hopeful just turned down an invite
Proponents say it will promote innovation, expand research and break dependence on China for microchips. Detractors say it amounts to corporate welfare.
‘I want to know where I come from,’ said one of 43 students traveling in Ghana
One Utah senator says good triumphed over evil and the world is safer with the death of Ayman al-Zawahiri.
Following the release of a new daguerreotype some believe is Joseph Smith, the reaction has been wide and mixed. Here’s what some historians and experts think about it and what should happen next.
A study put out by the American Heart Association found a link between adult napping and high blood pressure.
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.
Utah is the highest-ranked Pac-12 team, coming in at No. 8 in the USA Today coaches poll.
Legal action over puberty blockers prescribed to minors will likely reverberate across the Atlantic.
The Pope apologized for the Catholic Church’s cooperation with Canada’s “devastating” policy of Indigenous residential schools, saying the forced assimilation of Native peoples into Christian society destroyed their cultures, severed their families and marginalized generations in ways still being felt today.
Noah Lyles put his name in the history books by breaking the American record for a 200 meter sprint in 19.31 seconds.
No one is safe from sexual assault, but Smart says this new training program can help.
Gunman in 2018 attack faces death penalty or life in prison without parole.
Hope in divine justice makes it easier to endure ongoing injustice on Earth.
As growth slows worldwide, new projections indicate India is on course to surpass China as the world’s most populous country in 2023, according to the U.N.’s World Population Prospects 2022 report.
The euro and dollar are almost worth the same for the first time in 20 years. Is a recession looming in Europe?
The two currencies are a penny away from parity for the first time in two decades. Here’s what the market’s biggest concern is.
Social media isn’t helping: “We have two problems. One is addiction. A like button is 20 times a dopamine kick ... The other problem is anonymity.”
Thomas Bach encourages athletes and Ukraine’s hopes of hosting a Winter Games
Roe v. Wade ends: Latter-day Saint leaders urge members ‘to protect life and to preserve religious liberty’
“The church’s position on this matter remains unchanged,” church officials say.
Slippery conditions contributed to bicycle accident, says spokesman for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Moscow previously said that Ukraine joining the EU would be on par with the country joining NATO.
N.Y. Commission of Religious Leaders helped stop a proposal to legalize prostitution: ‘We came together as one voice which could not be ignored by government.’
The simple friendship that laid the ground for repaired understanding between Latter-day Saints and the Jewish community
Apostles honor Robert Abrams with the Thomas L. Kane Award for his friendship in helping heal pain caused by past improper proxy baptisms of Holocaust victims
The program will likely become the largest private sponsorship program for refugees in U.S. history.
Apostle says the Church of Jesus Christ and its members mourn with those who mourn after elementary school shooting in Uvalde.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said after the 2019 Christchurch shooting, “everyone said, ‘never again,’ and so then it was incumbent on us as politicians to respond to that”