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Romney avoids thicket of LDS statements on gay marriage

by Salt Lake Tribune | Mormons We Know

Potential presidential candidate Mitt Romney sidestepped the question of whether people were born gay, on t...


Mormon card spices up Salt Lake City race

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

Every four years, the outcome of Salt Lake City’s west-side City Council race seems as predictable as a clo...

Two step up to play angel atop Manti Temple in Mormon pageant

by Salt Lake Tribune | Arts & Entertainment

Oh, that he were an angel. Ever since he was 8 years old — when he saw a white-robed actor ascend to the to...


U. Mormon fraternity, sorority disbanded

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

Something’s missing from the University of Utah’s social scene — at least, for Mormons. Institute classes? ...

Some LDS missionaries in Japan told to return home early

by Salt Lake Tribune | Everything Else

Dozens of Mormon missionaries serving their last six weeks in areas of Japan unaffected by the earthquake g...

Barzee gets 15 years for Elizabeth Smart abduction

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

More than seven years after Elizabeth Smart was taken from her Salt Lake City home, Wanda Eileen Barzee ple...


Would LDS Church influence a Mormon president?

by Salt Lake Tribune | What They're Saying About "Us"

Switzerland still welcomes tourists and investors from abroad, but no longer welcomes foreign missionaries....

Should politicians heed their prophet or pope?

by Salt Lake Tribune | Opinions & Features

One day he's dissing gay activists as immoral "buggers" and perhaps the "greatest threat" to the nation. Th...

Plan sees mini-city west of SLC airport

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

It's the moonscape-looking marshland you see peering from plane rides in or out of Salt Lake City. There ar...

Living History: Pioneer generosity shines in a time of need

by Salt Lake Tribune | Opinions & Features

The early years of Anglo settlement in the Salt Lake Valley were years of shortages. Some later told their ...