Good Thursday morning from Salt Lake City.
Utah's dual-track system to the ballot isn't going anywhere. The UTA reaffirms a big severance package for its fired boss. North Korea may ditch the planned summit with President Trump.
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Both sides in the Count My Vote citizen initiative are cautiously claiming victory.
In a recent op-ed, Rick Larsen, the president of Sutherland Institute, makes a call for increased civility surrounding the medical marijuana ballot...
Our country was founded on the principle of “We the people,” where government is meant to rely on the consent of the governed.
Sen. Mike Lee says there may be another vacancy on the Supreme Court this year, suggesting Justice Anthony Kennedy might retire at the end of the current term.
GOP U.S. Senate candidate Mike Kennedy apologized to Pastor Robert Jeffress after his opponent, Mitt Romney, called him a "religious bigot."
The Salt Lake County Democratic Party is in turmoil following a failed attempt to impeach the party secretary at Saturday's Central Committee meeting.
The Democratic candidate in the race to replace retiring Senate President Wayne Niederhauser has withdrawn from the race, and it's unlikely that the Democratic Party will get to replace her on the...
Don't expect lawmakers to consider any sort of significant tax hike in the next few years.
"Scientists claim to have succeeded transplanting a memory from the brain of one sea snail and implanting it into another. Or, more likely, snails live pretty similar lives." Seth Meyers