What Happened When 4 Soldiers Saw a Temple Square Van in Iraq (Tuesday 9 April, 2019)
In the Anbar province, Iraq, near the end of March 2019, four Utah National Guard soldiers saw a surreal yet familiar sight: the Salt Lake Temple drove into view on the Al-Taqaddum Air Base
Theresa May seeks help from Merkel and Macron ahead of critical Brexit summit (Tuesday 9 April, 2019)
U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May traveled to Berlin and Paris Tuesday for talks with the German and French leaders in a bid to secure backing for a second delay to Brexit.
A site to see: Behind the scenes on Temple Square (Tuesday 9 April, 2019)
Experience Temple Square like never before. We’ll take you behind the scenes of this fascinating tourist attraction
Boyd Matheson: The ‘ultimate test’ Latter-day Saints face following general conference (Tuesday 9 April, 2019)
Many members of The Church of Jesus Christ describe general conference as a peak experience. While mountaintop moments matter, the ultimate test is not found at the pinnacle
LDS Church sees drop in full-time missionaries, increase in service missionaries (Tuesday 9 April, 2019)
When former president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Thomas S. Monson announced on Oct. 6, 2012, that the church was lowering the age for full-time missionaries, the church was thrust into a frenzy of mission applications and an immediate need to create missions throughout the world.
3 more things I got out of general conference as a non-Latter-day Saint (Tuesday 9 April, 2019)
Last fall, I listened to messages given by leaders of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints during general conference and wrote a piece giving my thoughts on what non-Latter-day Saints, like myself, could learn from, appreciate and apply to their lives.
DHS acting deputy secretary resigns (Tuesday 9 April, 2019)
Claire Grady, acting deputy secretary at the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), offered President Trump her resignation Tuesday as the agency finds its upper ranks thinned after a string of departures.
Facebook agrees to change terms and conditions after EU pressure (Tuesday 9 April, 2019)
After continual criticism from the European Union, Facebook on Tuesday agreed to modify its terms and conditions to explain how user data can be used to sell targeted advertisements.
Feds take down $1 billion health care scheme in ‘Operation Brace Yourself’ (Tuesday 9 April, 2019)
An international telemarketing network lured hundreds of thousands of elderly or disabled patients into a criminal scheme, prosecutors said.
Gun-maker to ask Supreme Court to hear Sandy Hook appeal (Tuesday 9 April, 2019)
Facing a newly revived wrongful death lawsuit in Connecticut over the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, gun-maker Remington is going to the U.S. Supreme Court to argue it can’t be sued because of a much-debated federal law that shields firearms manufacturers from liability in most cases.