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The Book of Mormon As Literature: New University Course

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

For Latter-day Saints, the Book of Mormon is scripture. To University of Utah associate instructor David Bo...


Pres. Uchtdorf: Immigration reform matches LDS values

by Salt Lake Tribune | Everything Else

President Barack Obama’s outline for immigration reform matches the values of the Mormon faith, according t...


The Washington Monument's Mormon Inscription

by Salt Lake Tribune | Fun

The phrase is inscribed on every LDS temple across the globe: "Holiness to the Lord." It marks the space as...

Utah Attorney General wants Church to take immigration stand

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

Attorney General Mark Shurtleff, under fire from the GOP's right wing for his opposition to heavy-handed im...


Utah police chief resigning to serve LDS mission in Africa

by Salt Lake Tribune | Everything Else

Saratoga Springs Police Chief Gary Hicken announced he is retiring May 17 to serve as a mission president f...


Where You Can See Rare Documents Signed by Joseph Smith, Brigham Young Valued at $3M

by Salt Lake Tribune | Mormon Life

MR says: Thirteen handwritten documents holding the signatures of Joseph Smith, Brigham Young, and many oth...


Meet the unassuming, optimistic LDS apostle

by Salt Lake Tribune | Opinions & Features

L. Tom Perry, with big hands and an even bigger grin, is the oldest and tallest living Mormon apostle. He a...


Andy Warhol's 'Sidekick' and Unlikely Mormon Ultra Violet Dies at 78

by Salt Lake Tribune | News from Utah

French-born Isabelle Collin Dufresne, aka Andy Warhol’s sidekick Ultra Violet, was among the most unlikely ...

First feminist Mormon girls camp pitches tents & tenets

by Salt Lake Tribune | Everything Else

Nearly 200 people — women, a few men, kids and babies — gathered last week for singing, s’mores and skits a...


Woman's journey from minister-in-training to Mormon-in-motion

by Salt Lake Tribune | Opinions & Features

As a child, Jana Riess could not have imagined herself as any kind of saint, let alone a latter-day one. Sh...