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Mormons, Muslims share building space in St. Louis

by St. Louis Beacon | What They're Saying About "Us"

Every Friday around lunch time, a line of cars drives into the empty parking lot of an empty building. Arou...

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Romney goes to bat against Reid in Nevada

by Religion Dispatches | Mormons We Know

Yesterday, 2012 presidential contender Mitt Romney participated in a town hall-style teleconference call in...

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Immigration officials to deport Utah family who fled anti-Mormon threats

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Artistic glass adorning LDS Church temples and other buildings around the world bears the creative handiwor...

LDS Church involved in crafting new liquor legislation

by ABC 4 News | News from Utah

ABC 4 News has learned that the LDS Church is now involved in drafting new, major liquor legislation for th...

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Pacific island thankful for LDS Church's donation of desalination unit

by Guam Pacific Daily News | What They're Saying About "Us"

Worries over a lack of drinking water in Chuuk due to recent droughts have been alleviated thanks to the do...

Human skulls mysteriously mailed to BYU department

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Two human skulls were recently mailed to the Brigham Young University history department and police are hav...

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10 months after rescue of daughter from Haiti, family is sealed

by Kate Ensign-Lewis | Opinions & Features

Last Friday dawned with the promise that Jeremy and Hollie Wardle would finally reach the culmination of th...

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LDS teen tackles paralysis

by Erin Nelson | Opinions & Features

Weeks after an accident that left 16-year-old Tyler Schihabel paralyzed from the waist down, thousands have...

Ask Dr. Elia: Will my kids make it?

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Dear Dr. Elia, I am a divorced mother of four teenagers: a 19-year-old daughter and three boys 17, 15 and 1...

Businessmen can be virtuous, BYU professor says at conference

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Consider the new executive who chooses to eat the gray slop from the employee's cafeteria, and then impleme...