(RNS) — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has removed a high councilman from his local church position in Utah after he was charged with taking photos of a woman undressing in a Tennessee clothing store.
(RNS) — As with Islam and Buddhism, Hinduism's decentralized structure means that the loudest voices are often taken to be authoritative.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Seeing other immigrant parents separated from their children at the border makes her even more reticent to return home and face a possible split from her daughters if she tried to seek U.S. asylum again.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Romney's pitch reflects a Mormon tradition of polite politics and reservedness about one's faith that differs from other American religious conservatives, in particular evangelicals.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Romney, one of the most famous Mormons, is widely liked and respected in Utah, which is heavily Mormon.
(RNS) — The president's move on Monday (Dec. 4) would shrink by 85 percent Utah's Bears Ears National Monument, which is considered sacred by a number of Native American tribes.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — 'We're not out to punish people of faith, people with sincerely held religious beliefs. We're out to punish fraudsters. Lyle Jeffs is now a convicted fraudster,' U.S. Attorney for Utah John Huber said.
(RNS) Could Donald Trump become the first president to rescind a national monument?
(RNS) And at the bottom for the ninth year in a row: Vermont.
(RNS) Utah residents give 6.6 percent of their income to charity -- and have the most volunteer hours of any state. A good deal of that generosity is due to the state's heavily Mormon population.
(RNS) Mormons have hit on Evan McMullin. And other evangelicals are warming to him, too.
(RNS) Mayor Jackie Biskupski wed her partner, Betty Iverson, as Quit Mormon held "mass resignation" rally in nearby park.
Will Trump pitch back?
The pink-and-white wrappers were meant as a playful safe-sex reminder for Latter-day Saints, the organization said, but critics called the idea distasteful.
Former Utah Senator Robert Bennett died yesterday. Maybe it’s a blessing that he won’t live to see the further implosion of the political party—and the nation—he worked to build and protect.