“Most people on Medicaid don't need to be told to work — because they already do...
“The New York Democrat, among the shrewdest operators in national politics, stumbled badly because he succumbed to the siren song of the anti-Trump resistance,” writes Rich Lowry.
Come on, Utah! Let’s put Utah on the map. Keep our popular crossing guard, “Big John” Lewis, going (”2 Ogden men nominated for America's Favorite Crossing Guard,” Jan. 9). He’s currently third in the voting for America’s favorite crossing guard. Let’s...
“Some Christian leaders are surrendering the idea that character matters in public life in direct exchange for political benefits to Christians themselves,” writes Michael Gerson.
Imagine what would’ve been possible if the House and Senate united behind Gov. Gary Herbert’s attempt to reduce teen suicides.
“Experts can see a future where voice technology is everywhere — your wrist, your home, your car,” writes David Ferro of Weber State University.
The landslide demolishing homes and hearts on the bluffs of Riverdale is a tragedy for the entire community. The families displaced by the disaster need help. Nearby families also need assistance, assistance that needs to come from the city, the county and the state, assistance now, not more...
Three members of Mormon Women for Ethical Government take a Republican Party official to task for his Facebook post about voting rights.
This week’s topics: The Blue Line Ladies, the Rube Goldberg Challenge, participants in the Northern Utah Women’s March, the government shutdown and Weber State University President Charles Wight.
“While in prison, I told myself it’s going to be nice to get a fresh start. A fresh start would be nice, but that’s not quite what I get,” Brian Wood writes this week.”