A federal judge issued a final ruling Wednesday in the so-called Sister Wives case, handing the stars of the TLC show a resounding victory.
“Darling, it’s better, down where it’s wetter, take it from me.”
Photojournalism champ meets Crazy Big World. Results = Off. The. Hook.
Because you can’t put a license plate in a scrapbook.
This is what happens when southern Utah polygamists do a (very loose) interpretation of the Sound of Music.
The 10th Circuit Court Friday denied Utah’s request to postpone recognition of same-sex marriages performed in the state.
Still no word on what these two have against Canada.
Same-sex marriages began in Boulder County, Colorado, Wednesday even though the attorney general said they were in violation of court orders.
Kate Kelly had been lobbying the church to ordain women as priests. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints said she is guilty of apostasy.
Say good-bye to the era of Mormon PR victories.
Updated: the list of Mormons facing disciplinary action from their church is growing just days after Kate Kelly and John P. Dehlin were threatened with excommuncation. Kelly has pushed for female ordination and Dehlin has championed LGBT issues.
The governor of South Carolina signed into law Monday a medical marijuana bill, which will allow children with severe epilepsy to use cannabidiol oil (CBD), a nonpsychoactive marijuana derivative. Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad signed a similar bill into law on Friday.
Female students at Wasatch High School in Utah were surprised to find their yearbook photos were altered without them knowing about it.
Megan Huntsman, who was arrested on April 14 after the bodies of seven dead babies were found in her garage, is now facing murder charges.
Updated: The defendant, who charged towards a witness with a pen or pencil, died after the Marshal shot him multiple times in the chest.
Police suspect she gave birth to the babies and then killed them at various times between 1996 and 2006.
The three judges hearing the case heard more than an hour of arguments, with two of them leaning toward striking down the state’s ban.
People in less populated states tend to be more Republican and tend to trust their state government more.
People of Provo, you are brilliant. H/T Metro.
No matter where you live, people are drinking. A lot.
The four-part series “The Father Factor” will be co-published in The Atlantic and Deseret News and will feature reporting from both staffs. “Why not collaborate and double the amount of stories we could deliver to our respective audiences?” Atlantic Digital Editor Bob Cohn said.
Judy Cox bought an entire line of clothing at her local PacSun after finding them “pornographic.”
“We are more than just two guys in a relationship.” Update: The couple got engaged on Valentine’s Day.
Amber Bellows plunged 2,000 feet to her death after her parachute failed to open near Utah’s Zion National Park.
About 800 people gathered at the state capitol in Salt Lake City Tuesday for two separate rallies over marriage for same-sex couples.
A survey of 600 Utahns conducted from January 10–13 by SurveyUSA for The Salt Lake Tribune found the state was evenly split on their views about marriage for same-sex couples.
“The gospel of Jesus Christ teaches us to love and treat all people with kindness and civility—even when we disagree,” reads a statement from Church leaders.
“It’s a civil rights issue,” one speaker said at the rally.
After the opposition from some of my Latter-day Saint friends to the Supreme Court’s ruling on DOMA and Prop 8, I assumed there would be a similar reaction following Utah’s marriage ruling. Instead, there’s been silence.
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