Do college campuses put students' faith at risk? For Mormons, not so much
Pew Research Center has released a new report on the relationship between religion and education.
Russia just ranked among the worst violators of religious freedom. Can the U.S. fix the problem?
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom released its annual report on Wednesday.
What the addict in your life needs from you
The consequences of substance abuse can be so horrific that it's difficult to feel compassion for the addict, particularly when children are involved. But addicts need empathy, recovery experts say. How can you be empathetic, not enabling?
Dying homeless in Salt Lake City
The world identified him as homeless. To his friends, he was Justin: "Whenever he got depressed, whenever he got lonely, he turned to his bottle. And Justin was always depressed and he was always lonely."
Is Utah still a model for solving chronic homelessness?
Today's chaotic discussion leaves many wondering how the conversation on homelessness in Utah changed so dramatically so fast. Is Utah, in fact, a model for addressing homelessness — or is it in chaos?
The trendy way faith leaders are saving the homeless
Faith leaders, like thousands of other Americans across the country, are catching tiny-home fever and adding compassionate service to help others.
Can your child wait until college to get the HPV vaccine?
With more than 40 percent of adults testing positive for HPV, health officials are urging parents to get their children vaccinated in early adolescence. Why can't this wait until college?