(RNS) — Monson served in leadership roles for half a century for the world's 16 million Mormons.
(RNS) — If the Mormons baptize my dead grandparents, I will go totally postal.
LAS VEGAS (RNS) — For almost two weeks now, Brian Scroggins has spent upward of 12 hours a day walking the Las Vegas Convention Center — hugging the anxious, praying with the distressed and crying with those in mourning.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Dallin H. Oaks told members of the nearly 16-million member faith watching around the world that the religion's 1995 document — "The Family: A Proclamation to the World" — won't change.
(RNS) — There is no surprise that Mormon whiteness is newly discussed at a time when alt-right agitators and Charlottesville demonstrators have provoked discussion of the meaning of 'white.'
(RNS) — For $35 million, the LDS church gets a handwritten copy of its founding text, while the Community of Christ gets a much-needed boost to its bottom line.
(RNS) — In the 1950s, the school’s dining services decided not to sell caffeinated soft drinks and that practice held until Thursday.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The last leader to be excommunicated was the late George P. Lee in 1989 after Lee, an American Indian, called Mormon leaders racist.
SALT LAKE CITY — A year ago this month, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a stringent anti-terrorism law that severely limited outreach of youthful Mormons serving across the country.
(RNS) — A look at how women of different religions stay covered up with swimwear.
ROME (RNS) The LDS church has an estimated 26,000 members in Italy; its members are young and they're growing.
SALT LAKE CITY (RNS) His hospitalization on Monday, a day after the church’s 187th annual General Conference weekend meetings, sparked concern over his health.
SALT LAKE CITY (RNS) Thomas Monson, president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is considered a prophet by the world’s 16 million Mormons.
(RNS) Could Donald Trump become the first president to rescind a national monument?
(RNS) Evangelical support for Donald Trump surged even as prominent evangelicals, including Southern Baptist Russell Moore, railed against Trump's behavior toward immigrants, women and other groups as un-Christian.