President Nelson meets Deputy Prime Minister, shares Cambodia temple rendering (Thursday 21 November, 2019)
Thousands of Latter-day Saints grew silent as President Russell M. Nelson displayed a rendering of the future Phnom Penh Cambodia Temple here on Tuesday evening, Nov. 19.
LDS FamilySearch celebrates 125 years of genealogical research, massive growth (Thursday 21 November, 2019)
What started as a passing hobby or just a list of ancestor names in a family bible has burgeoned and blossomed with modern technology.
House committee passes landmark bill to decriminalize marijuana (Thursday 21 November, 2019)
The House Judiciary Committee passed a landmark bill Wednesday to federally decriminalize marijuana by removing it as a Schedule 1 drug of the Controlled Substances Act and to pave the way for the expungement of marijuana convictions from criminal records.
USDA restricts tomato, pepper imports after finding highly virulent virus (Thursday 21 November, 2019)
More than a month after Florida agricultural inspectors found a highly virulent virus in imported tomatoes from Mexico, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said it will enact strict import restrictions on tomatoes and peppers.
Target shares surge after company crushes earnings and raises forecast (Thursday 21 November, 2019)
Target earnings and sales trounced analysts’ estimates, marking a bright spot in retail after weak reports from department store chains J.C. Penney and Kohl’s.
Fed Chair Jerome Powell: U.S. looking into digital currency (Thursday 21 November, 2019)
The U.S. Federal Reserve is eyeing development of its own digital currency, Chairman Jerome Powell has said in a letter to federal lawmakers.
Judge Pledges Fast Ruling on Trump’s Wall as New Construction Looms (Thursday 21 November, 2019)
A federal judge said he’ll rule as fast as he can on on whether President Donald Trump can move forward on the next phase of his Mexico border wall after a government lawyer said construction is slated to start in a week.
Takeaways from the Democratic presidential debate (Thursday 21 November, 2019)
Democrats spent more time making the case for their ability to beat President Donald Trump than trying to defeat each other in their fifth debate Wednesday night.
DNC drops lackluster campaign finance report in middle of Democratic debate (Thursday 21 November, 2019)
The Democratic National Committee has $8.7 million on hand and $7 million in debt, according to its October Federal Election Commission campaign finance report.
Government Interference in Faith Makes It Harder to Find Homes for Kids, Adoption Advocates Argue (Thursday 21 November, 2019)
America’s children in need of adoption now suffer because of their parents’ opioid addictions, an Alabama congressman said last week at a Heritage Foundation event on the state of the nation’s adoption and foster care system.