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Politics

‘You have gone through a lot’: Trump celebrates Utahn Josh Holt, freed from a Venezuelan prison after two years

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr 23h ago

Salt Lake City Mayor Jackie Biskupski receives award for her work on equality, including pushing to name 900 South after the LGBT leader Harvey Milk

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 1d ago

Keep My Voice files lawsuit to stop a Utah initiative allowing signature gathering to get on the primary ballot

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood , lee davidson 1d ago

Critics call a Utah nominee for a top State Department job an ‘anti-immigrant zealot’ — Utah senators are not ready to say whether they’ll support him

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr 1d ago

Trump exempts public-lands outfitters and guides from Obama-era order to pay their workers higher wages

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr 1d ago

Meet the man spending $100,000 to defeat Utah’s medical marijuana initiative

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 1d ago

Political Cornflakes: Ahead of the midterm elections, gas prices are surging

The Tribune Political Team By The Tribune Political Team 1d ago

Sugar House neighbors confront nonprofit, saying it lied about its plans for a ‘hospice for the homeless’

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson , erin alberty 2d ago

Polygamous community on the Utah-Arizona line — under orders to reform — hires its new police chief

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle 2d ago

This Utahn works for an organization some have labeled a hate group. Trump just nominated him to oversee refugees and migration for the whole country.

Thomas Burr By Thomas Burr 2d ago

Political Cornflakes: Trump: The U.S.-North Korea summit is canceled after the regime threatens ’nuclear-to-nuclear shutdown’

The Tribune Political Team By The Tribune Political Team 2d ago

Trump cancels North Korean summit, citing ‘tremendous anger’

By The Associated Press 2d ago

Gov. Gary Herbert says ‘let’s have the debate’ and vote on medical marijuana

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 3d ago

Census says fast-growing Salt Lake City passes the 200,000 resident mark — but local officials say that’s probably premature

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 3d ago

South Salt Lake audit finds no evidence that municipal funds were diverted into mayor’s re-election campaign

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 3d ago

The nonprofits overseeing Utah’s homeless shelters face a tough question: What does ‘zero tolerance’ mean when the alternative could mean a night outside?

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 3d ago

After attorney general said UTA board violated open meeting laws, it again fires former agency chief — a step ensuring he will receive a severance of about $282K

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 3d ago

State inmates with Tasers. Sleeping guards. Report outlines dysfunction at the Daggett County jail before it lost its inmates over concerns of torture and misconduct.

Taylor W. Anderson By Taylor W. Anderson 3d ago

Business leaders praise planned Salt Lake City trade hub but environmentalists raise questions

By Connor Richards 3d ago

Gehrke: Richard Paul Evans shows he’s missed the point entirely with his new book, ‘The Diary of Dan Frank’

Robert Gehrke By Robert Gehrke 3d ago

Delays of up to 90 minutes expected on I-15 over Memorial Day weekend along the Wasatch Front

Lee Davidson By Lee Davidson 3d ago

Political Cornflakes: There’s a sinkhole forming on the White House lawn — and the internet is having a heyday

The Tribune Political Team By The Tribune Political Team 3d ago

Find out how much the top government employees in Utah’s largest 50 cities made last year

Taylor Stevens By Taylor Stevens 4d ago

Utah County signs off on plan to lure a major data center — like Facebook? — to Eagle Mountain through tax breaks

Benjamin Wood By Benjamin Wood 4d ago