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The politics of race and religion — in two pie charts

by Washington Post | Everything Else

Republicans are the party of white evangelicals. Democrats are the party of minorities and those without an...


"Washington Post": Venezuelan Tycoon Funds Jailed Mormon's Defense

by Washington Post | November 15, 2017 | Mormon Life

Here is the latest news on Joshua Holt, an LDS returned missionary who has spent 16 months imprisoned ...


Mormon FBI agent drowns while trying to save swimmer in Puerto Rico

by Washington Post | Everything Else

An FBI agent who tried to rescue a swimmer in distress has drowned at a beach in northeast Puerto Rico, aut...

Mormon beliefs and Christian creeds

by Washington Post | What We Believe

The first time I prayed with a group of evangelical Christians was nearly 40 years ago. My wife and I had b...


For Mormons in Missouri, a time of healing

by Washington Post | Opinions & Features

It was just a small group - perhaps a dozen and a half people - who assembled in one of the most sacred roo...


Mormon Ghost Town Uncovered for the First Time in 70 Years (Photos)

by Washington Post | Mormon Life

MR says: Check out these striking photos of a Mormon ghost town, St. Thomas, found in Nevada near Lake Mead...


Why ‘I’m a Mormon’?

by Washington Post | Opinions & Features

There is a TV educational campaign running in a dozen cities across the United States called “I’m a Mormon,...


Using the word 'cult' to describe the LDS Church

by Washington Post | Opinions & Features

As part of the rhetorical warfare that has come to characterize modern American political discourse, it was...


French Mormons find a less hospitable ‘Mormon moment’

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

Past clusters of houses and frozen fields in this Paris suburb, the Palace of Versailles sparkles in the ev...

Mormon missionaries to tap online tools

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

The LDS church is moving further into the digital age, unveiling plans to do less door-to-door missionary “...