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LDS Church, local research fund helps children around the world

by Deseret News | Everything Else

In Africa, death is cheated when small children are given a tiny zinc pill to stop diarrhea. And iodine in ...

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Brandon Flowers struggles not to swear

by Music Rooms | Mormons We Know Arts & Entertainment

Brandon Flowers says he finds it difficult not to curse despite being a Mormon. The 29-year-old is currentl...

The switch: Advice for single guys

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

So boys, you’ve been dating a girl for a few months. Your relationship isn’t perfect, but you think the qua...

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Finding an LDS connection with Kipling's 'Jungle Books'

by Deseret News | Arts & Entertainment

Dec. 30 marks the birthday of Rudyard Kipling, the British author. And though that may seem like a weak hoo...

Elder LeGrand R. Curtis remembered: 'He would do it and he would do it well'

by LDS Church News | Everything Else

President Thomas S. Monson called Elder LeGrand R. Curtis a peacemaker, and a man who he could send anywher...

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Discover BYU’s genealogical gold mine

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Think the Family History Library in Salt Lake City is the only place to do serious genealogical research? T...

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Presidency discusses Relief Society’s role with Mormon Channel

by News.lds.org | What We Believe

In a recent Mormon Channel interview on the Relief Society program, the General Relief Society presidency s...

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Salt Lake City ranked among top travel cities

by Deseret News | News from Utah

The Wasatch Front has long been considered a hidden gem for travelers to the West, but a recent travel maga...

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Police: Mormon temple gunman heavily armed, possibly mentally ill

by Deseret News | Everything Else

The man shot and killed by police outside the LDS Church's Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple was heavily armed a...

Investigators to start working inside Provo Tabernacle Thursday

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

Investigators won’t enter the ruins of the Provo LDS Tabernacle until Thursday. Helen Anderson, city spokes...