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Romney and the ‘Mormon Question’

by Wall Street Journal | What They're Saying About "Us"

In December of 2007, presidential candidate Mitt Romney gave what many called “the Mormon speech.” The 20-m...

African-American Christians waver over vote

by Wall Street Journal | Mormons We Know

Some black clergy see no good presidential choice between a Mormon candidate and one who supports gay marri...


An Adopted Linebacker With an Unlikely Story

by Wall Street Journal | Saints & Sports

Bryan Kehl leans back, smiles and says his dad has always been a "storyteller." He wraps exaggerated finger...

From American Idol to Mormon Missionary

by Wall Street Journal | Opinions & Features

At a concert in Salt Lake City last week, pop star David Archuleta of American Idol fame made an unexpected...


Mormons build giant mall designed to 'last for 100 years'

by Wall Street Journal | News from Utah

In the heart of this western capital's downtown, the Mormon church and mall owner Taubman Centers Inc. are ...


Wall Street Journal: Mormon Missionaries Turn to Facebook, Twitter

by Wall Street Journal | What They're Saying About "Us"

A 200-year-old Mormon rite of passage is about to get a modern makeover: starting this year, missionary wor...

What's Wrong About '8: The Mormon Proposition'

by Wall Street Journal | What They're Saying About "Us"

In 1857, explaining his decision to send the army to put down a "rebellion" in Utah, President James Buchan...


Wall Street Journal: The Mormon missionary revolution

by Wall Street Journal | Opinions & Features

It has been quite a year for Mormonism in America. Outside the faith, the presidential candidacy of Mitt Ro...


Wall Street Journal: Newark Mormons Rise

by Wall Street Journal | What They're Saying About "Us"

A surge in housing and office development here in recent years has been heralded as a sign that New Jersey'...


Wall Street Journal: Religious Dorms Sprouting Up at Public Universities

by Wall Street Journal | Everything Else

Justice Gray, an incoming college freshman who attends church regularly and abstains from alcohol, wasn't k...