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Romney 2.0: Mr. Fix-It

by Los Angeles Times | Mormons We Know

Get ready for another political book tour. Also another political reinvention. A Republican governor in mos...

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Orson Scott Card: Tithing and taxes

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Growing up, I was taught that tithing consisted of 10 percent of our increase. In my parents' family, "incr...

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Mormon Tabernacle Choir passes by Sting and hits No. 1 on the charts

by Mormon Life | Arts & Entertainment

Press Release - The Mormon Tabernacle Choir’s new album, Heavensong, reached No. 1 on Billboard’s Classical...

Two apostles speak at funerals for missionaries who died in Romania

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

After expressing sympathies from the First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve, Elder Russell M. Nelson of ...

BYU considered for the Pac-10 conference?

by San Francisco Chronicle | Saints & Sports

Larry Scott hasn't been the commissioner of the Pacific-10 Conference long enough to worry about such thing...

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2 Mormon contestants compete in Miss America

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

Although she didn't win the Miss America crown, Miss Wyoming, Anna Nelson, developed confidence and underwe...

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Elder Condie: A disposition to do good continually

by LDS Church News | What We Believe

Reflecting on memories as a child sitting on his grandfather's lap as he listened to stories from the Book ...

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City Creek development is at 20-mile mark in construction marathon

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

Focusing on the first retail portion to open in downtown Salt Lake City's City Creek development, a press c...

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The conversion story of a new BYU recruit

by Scout | Saints & Sports

Jordan Black is a 6-foot-7-inch, 265-pound offensive tackle prospect from Alta High School in Sandy, Utah. ...

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After 100 years, are the Boy Scouts still relevant?

by Wired | Everything Else

Today, February 8th, marks the centennial of Boy Scouts in America. Over the past century, more than 110 mi...