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Mormons remember Kennedy fondly

by Deseret News | Everything Else

Sen. Ted Kennedy is being remembered fondly by many Mormons -- and Utah is even lowering flags in his honor...

Nigeria temple closed

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

The Aba Nigeria Temple has been closed for an indefinite period of time because of violence and crime in it...


Joseph Smith 'most influential' 19th century American

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Josiah Quincy, Jr., was an eloquent man, mannered and serene in appearance. He was a relative of former Pre...


Who owes the least on credit cards? We do! (According to the Christian Science Monitor)

by The Christian Science Monitor | What They're Saying About "Us"

The economic crisis is in large part about a rising tide of personal debt. Much of this debt has resulted f...


The Economist: Missionary man

by The Economist | Mormons We Know

WHEN David Neeleman returned to Brazil as a 19-year old Mormon missionary, he spent two years among shoeles...

A Mission led him to Japanese Comedies

by The Arizona Daily Star | Arts & Entertainment

Dave Boyle is building a promising career on indie Japanese-themed comedy. His new film, "White on Rice," a...

Birthday gift for Pres. Monson: Do something for others

by LDS Church News | Official Church Info

President Thomas S. Monson observed his 82nd birthday on Friday, Aug. 21, which was the first day for dedic...

Orson Scott Card: Time is better than toys

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

We want to provide the best for our kids. But what is "best"? We certainly don't mean the minimum. The old ...

Taking time out: Women learn, connect, get inspired

by Deseret News | Opinions & Features

Jacki Johnson, of Edmonton, Alberta, has traveled to Calgary and Lethbridge for Time Out for Women. This ye...

The Work of Temple Construction

by Newsroom | Official Church Info

Consider 17,096 exterior stones, 47 miles or nearly 250,000 linear feet of wood, 4,668 cubic yards of concr...