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Opinion | A Counterattack on Voting Rights

The research on the turnout effects is still in the early stages. So far, though, no other reform can claim as much encouraging...

Mitt Romney Wants In Again. There Is One Catch.

Mr. Romney appeared at peace in relative obscurity, friends say, though whenever he would inch back into the public consciousness, the megaphone he...

Opinion | What Islamophobic Politicians Can Learn From Mormons

“I’d be the first to stand up for their rights,” said Utah’s senior senator, Orrin Hatch, in 2010 amid the controversy surrounding the...

Big Discovery in a Tiny Mammal-Like Skull Found Under a Dinosaur’s...

In 2006 a team of paleontologists in Utah were examining the fossils of a large dinosaur when they discovered beneath its foot a...

Dia Acquires ‘Sun Tunnels,’ Its First Piece of Land Art by...

The newly formed Holt-Smithson Foundation has made its first move to secure the legacy of the pioneering land artist Nancy Holt (1938-2014), better...

How Young Is Too Young for Protest? A National Gun-Violence Walkout...

In an interview, Dr. Snowden said he was not concerned that very young children would be frightened by the walkout, only that they...

Utah Passes ‘Free-Range’ Parenting Law

It is not a crime for parents to let their children play unsupervised in a park or walk home from school alone under...

Metal Detectors the Norm at Schools and Ballparks. State Capitols? Not...

SALT LAKE CITY — You can’t cheer on the Utah Jazz in their home arena without going through a metal detector. But visiting...

Mitt Romney Fails to Bypass Utah Primary for U.S. Senate

WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah — Mitt Romney was forced on Saturday into a Republican primary for a United States Senate seat in Utah...

Hawaiian Food Is Flourishing … in Utah?

SALT LAKE CITY — The restaurant Mo’ Bettahs is a ballad to beach life. Surfing movies play on TV screens in a continuous...

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