Latter-day Saints can do more to recognize Constitution Day and embrace religion in the public sphere. The Utah 3Rs project makes it happen.
How do we get more Latter-day Saint women involved in public service? That’s the mission of Project Elect. We interview two of their founders.
The internet’s favorite meme of Bernie Sanders meets Latter-day Saint culture.
The First Presidency has formally congratulated previous election winners, so what is the holdup with congratulating Joe Biden?
Human trafficking is the 3rd largest international crime, behind illegal drugs and arms trafficking. Operation Underground Railraod aims to stop that.
Dr. Matt Harris discusses the new book “Thunder from the Right: Ezra Taft Benson in Mormonism and Politics” and how Benson transformed Mormon conservatism.
But the polarizing president sees an enormous drop in support from Latter-day Saint women.
At long last the Church speaks, and its counsel falls in line with the notion of family first.
Sounding off on Utah’s medical marijuana ballot initiative for the first time in nearly a year, the First Presidency defers to the Utah Medical Association in cautioning against legalization.
Mormon Church Leader Russell M. Nelson, Alluding to Inadequate Legislation, Says Guns “Go to People Who Shouldn’t Have Them”
Speaking directly, the Mormon leader did not make a specific call for certain legislation, but made it clear additional forms of gun control are necessary.
In the wake of racially charged violence and death in Charlottesville, Mormons—and their Church—can and should do more to combat racism.
Remember the Controversy When the Mormon Church Purchased a Salt Lake City Street? It’s Happening Again – in Manti
Manti says it’s a good deal. Free speech advocates condemn plans to privatize a local road.
A podcast about the Internet discusses how the interwebs have shaped Mormonism over the past few years.
Kate Kelly joining Planned Parenthood is the least news of news in the recent history of news.
The Washington Post releases a great map that shows the religious affiliation of each member of the House, including a bevy of Mormons!
Mormon leaders discuss ways to provide equal rights to all while maintaining religious freedoms for everyone.
In a cryptic tweet early this morning, the Mormon Newsroom has announced a news conference with “Church leaders” to be held this morning. Stay tuned.
Mitt Romney visited “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” to “Slow Jam the News.” The result is Mitt Romney being Mitt Romney, while the Roots have fun with him.
How concerned should Latter-day Saints be about wealth inequality? Watch this video and find out!
Hi, Joni Hilton. I’m a liberal Mormon and I actually totally love the Church and live by the teachings of the Gospel. I take issue with your recent article.