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Mormon athlete Bryce Harper on Sports Illustrated cover - again

by Washington Post | Saints & Sports

Bryce Harper has joined the exclusive club of D.C. athletes to grace the cover of Sports Illustrated in the...

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Abstinent Mormon farmers grow barley for beer

by Washington Post | What They're Saying About "Us"

Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo might seem like an unlikely person to be pushing a bill to cut federal taxes on small...

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Mormons: Not necessarily who you think they are

by Washington Post | Official Church Info

A substantial accumulation of polling data over the years has given us a pretty clear picture of current pu...

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Mormons in the Holy Land

by Washington Post | What They're Saying About "Us"

With all this talk of Mormonism back home, and the state of Mormon-Jewish relations, I decided to go Mormon...

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Ann Romney ‘stay-at-home mom’ debate: Mormons react

by Washington Post | What They're Saying About "Us"

The public dust-up over Ann Romney and stay-home mothers played out in a particular way in Romney’s own com...

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Washington Post: Why Mitt Romney shouldn't hide his Mormon leadership

by Washington Post | Opinions & Features

Even after numerous political victories, years of public scrutiny and gigabytes of press, Republican presid...

Is it open season on Mormonism?

by Washington Post | Opinions & Features

The BuzzFeed piece is misleadingly titled,”Why Ann stayed home.” In fact the reporter, McKay Coppins (who h...

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What Mormon women want

by Washington Post | Opinions & Features

As Mitt Romney becomes the first LDS candidate to secure a major party presidential nomination, Mormon wome...

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The Genesis of a church’s stand on race

by Washington Post | What They're Saying About "Us"

On Dec. 25, 1964, as Mitt Romney enjoyed his last Christmas break as a high school student in Michigan, two...

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Mormonism: good for the body as well as the soul?

by Washington Post | What They're Saying About "Us"

Forget South Beach. Will the next great nutrition fad be the Provo Diet? Mormon religious beliefs have gott...