September 16, 2019

Past News

Media Hyped ‘Wrong’ Study Linking Trump Rallies To Hate Crimes, Then Ignored Second Study Debunking It (Friday 13 September, 2019)

Establishment media outlets like The Washington Post hyped a now-disputed study that linked President Donald Trump’s campaign rallies to a spike in hate crimes, but they’ve yet to cover a second study that debunked the first one.

Treasury Secretary Mnuchin says no plan for Trump to meet Iran’s Rouhani at this time (Friday 13 September, 2019)

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Thursday that President Donald Trump hasn’t scheduled a meeting with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

The Little-Known Way Saints in the Southeast Are Helping Hurricane and Storm Survivors (Friday 13 September, 2019)

While residents up and down the Southeast coast prepped for possible impacts from Hurricane Dorian last week, over 200 volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have been preparing to help those that were impacted by the storm.

BYU’s international relations open doors (Friday 13 September, 2019)

BYU is no stranger to international relations. It doesn’t reside on a coast and Provo isn’t an international hub, but BYU has a surprisingly large international campus in terms of language and international experience.

Senate confirms Bowman to 14-year term on Fed’s board (Friday 13 September, 2019)

The Senate voted Thursday to confirm Fed Governor Michelle Bowman for a 14-year term on the central bank’s board.

Trump Administration Releases Delayed $250 Million in Aid to Ukraine (Friday 13 September, 2019)

The Trump administration on Thursday released $250 million in military aid to Ukraine, which the White House had delayed despite bipartisan criticism that the funds were needed to combat Russian aggression.

EPA Touts ‘Accelerated’ Cleanup of Hazardous, Contaminated Sites (Friday 13 September, 2019)

The Environmental Protection Agency has hit the acceleration button to clean up Superfund sites across the country on President Donald Trump’s watch, according to a new task force report detailing progress over the past two years.

Here’s why this ‘amateur’ photographer was inspired to donate 36,000 photos to the Church (Friday 13 September, 2019)

Kenneth Mays started in 1985 using a family camera to capture “souvenirs” as he visited church history sites. He also figured the photos would be useful as he taught the Doctrine and Covenants in his seminary classroom.

How a quadriplegic is fulfilling his patriarchal blessing to ‘baptize and confirm many’ (Friday 13 September, 2019)

On June 1 in Cedar City, Utah, Jarom Hlebasko entered a baptismal font and faced his 8-year-old daughter, Miree, ready to baptize her a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

Trump creates task force to detect, prevent global ‘atrocities’ (Friday 13 September, 2019)

President Donald Trump established a task force Thursday to prevent atrocities in the United States and around the world, accompanied by a report that lays out framework to stop human rights violations before they start.

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