Due to the magnitude and the location of the earthquake, a potential tsunami was originally expected to hit the southern Philippines as well as other parts of Indonesia, Palau and Malaysia.
Harris explained the U.S.’s pledge of $3 billion to the Green Climate Fund and affirmed Israel’s right to defend itself against Hamas on Saturday.
U.S. politicians should take note that voters are growing tired of extremes on both the right and the left.
Afghan refugees in Utah marked the two-year anniversary since the fall of the Afghanistan government to the Taliban and the withdrawal of U.S. and NATO forces.
The first ever Kindle was released by Amazon 16 years ago this month, bringing a heated debate along with it
Is a Kindle better than a physical book? A topic that leaves readers divided
Did Hollywood actress Natalie Wood really drown on this day 42 years ago? The autopsy report confuses investigators
A supplemental note was added to Wood’s autopsy report where it detailed that the ‘bruises especially in the upper extremities appeared fresh and could have occurred before (Wood) entered the water.’
Colbert took to social media to update his fans that due to undergoing surgery for a ruptured appendix.
Family members of missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 passengers have gotten their first day in court
Hu Xiufang, who lost his son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter in the plane’s disappearance said ‘we have suffered for a decade without any resolution.’
This month marks the anniversary of one of the greatest biblical epic films to ever be released to theaters.
‘We see in 2023 a kind of crisis of authenticity,’ Merriam-Webster’s editor at large, Peter Sokolowski said.
Elder Ronald A. Rasband and Elder Dale G. Renlund posted tributes to President M. Russell Ballard on social media days after his funeral. See what they said and the photographs they included.
Videos and photographs show fire tearing through the roof of the meetinghouse near Washington, D.C. Two firefighters were struck by debris when part of the roof collapsed
The speech climate at schools is dramatically influenced by administrators’ behavior
Despite the reported cooling of inflation and the older generation’s emphasis in saving money to invest in the future, Americans are still spending their money rather than saving it.
ThredUp’s chief people officer Natalie Breece who said that there is a lot of work behind accomplishing a four-day workweek.
John Sullivan was arrested by the FBI on Jan. 14, 2021
At his funeral Friday, President M. Russell Ballard was remembered as one of the most remarkable and dedicated missionaries of his or any era.
President M. Russell Ballard, who was acting president of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, died Nov. 12. He was 95.
In a press release to the Deseret News, WalletHub analysts reported that their data showed that 31 out of the 50 states had good credit with an average credit score above 700.
The survey revealed that out of all the regions in the world, citizens of the U.S. and Canada ate the lowest amount of meals cooked at home during a given week in 2022.
After 9/11, Americans knew some people sympathized with the terrorists. We didn’t know they might one day be our own kids
The World Health Organization says new commission will explore research and suggest solutions on a global scale.
‘There is still a warmth with Harry and Charles’: Harry calls his father Charles on his 75th birthday
It seems Charles is ready to bury the hatchet and reconcile with his son
Medical phenomenon, Kelsey Hatcher is expecting two babies each in their own separate uterus.
A salvaged first-class Titanic menu and a pocket watch ‘literally frozen in time’ made waves at auction
The Swiss-made pocket watch reportedly contains a stain on the face of the watch that shows where the missing hands were formerly pointing to the time of 2:25 a.m.
Rabbi Schneier and Imam Ali will continue to go to different colleges in the coming weeks
63 years ago, Ruby Bridges made history as the first African American child to attend an all-white public school
The images of Bridges’ first day of school were described as ‘a study in vulnerability.’
President Russell M. Nelson said of President Ballard, “We had the privilege of sitting beside a man who is the great‑great‑grandson of Hyrum Smith. And Joseph Smith was his great‑great‑uncle.”
The release of the Disney film “Fantasia” on November 13, 1940, was the beginning of the company’s journey in navigating the waters of various public reactions.
This new proposal has divided Republicans, which could possibly result in a government shutdown depending on Friday’s decision.
The MH-60 Blackhawk was conducting aerial refueling training flight when it crashed in the Mediterranean Sea.
After church agrees to make it “one of the ‘dimmest temples in the world,” County Council unanimously approves Heber Valley Temple
A Harvard CAPS-Harris X poll found that 51% of respondents ages 18-24 say that Hamas’ killings of Israel civilians can be justified.
Bhagavan ‘Doc’ Antle, who was featured in ‘Tiger King’ and ‘Tiger King: The Doc Antle Story,’ faces sentencing for federal charges of wildlife trafficking and money laundering
The proposed legislation would turn out a ‘smoke-free generation’
4 men have been arrested and charged with burglary in connection to the 2019 theft of ‘America,’ a solid gold toilet worth nearly $6 million
A new study details how the device stimulates the spinal cord to interrupt “freezing” associated with the disease.
‘My heart is shattered for the people of Israel,’ wrote actress Natalie Portman
Tens of thousands ancient Roman coins were discovered by a diver off the coast of Sardinia
Plus, the top cities in and out of the U.S. that Americans want to move to.
Want to catch a glimpse of an orca up close? Seattle residents just need to get into this group chat
This one Seattle group chat is making me wish I didn’t live in Utah at the moment.
We observe Martin Luther King Jr. Day as a holiday because it was signed into law on this day in history
Here’s the story behind the fight that led to this federal holiday.
As Antoinette was born on this day in history 268 years ago, it may be important to note that the quote’s attribution to the late queen has been false all this time.