• BYU football takes another hit as SEC opts for conference-only schedule

    BYU football takes another hit as SEC opts for conference-only schedule
    The powerhouse Southeastern Conference announced Thursday that it will play only league games in 2020, a pandemic-forced decision that pushes major college football closer to a siloed regular season in which none of the power conferences cross paths.The news from the SEC, paired with the Atlantic Coast Conference’s announcement a day earlier that it would play a conference-plus-one schedule for the 2020 football season, in particular leaves BYU in an increasingly gaping lurch.The Cougars a
  • Bagley Cartoon: John Lewis

    Bagley Cartoon: John Lewis
    This Pat Bagley cartoon appears in The Salt Lake Tribune on Friday, July 31, 2020. You can check out the past 10 Bagley editorial cartoons below:Making Moscow Great AgainLow BarrDidn’t See That ComingStorm TrumpersWhat Women Don’t WantAntifa Super SoldierSocial Distance StudiesTaking a Knee to Voting RightsTrump’s Secret PoliceEyes on The BeehiveWant more Bagley? Become a fan on Facebook.
  • Utah man who reportedly ran over and killed his bicycling roommate is charged with murder

    Utah man who reportedly ran over and killed his bicycling roommate is charged with murder
    A West Valley City man is facing a murder charge after he reportedly ran over and killed his roommate, who was riding a bicycle.Shamil Marcus Bikul, 40, has been charged in 3rd District Court with murder, a first-degree felony, and leaving the scene of an accident involving death, a third-degree felony.According to West Valley City police, on Sept. 3, they found the body of the victim — Lewis Ricky Yates Jr., 50 — in the road at 3661 S. Market St. (2820 West), a few yards away from h
  • Utah man dies in a boating accident at Lake Powell

    Utah man dies in a boating accident at Lake Powell
    A 46-year-old man died Tuesday in a boating accident on Lake Powell. The victim has been identified as Ryan Hall from Saratoga Springs.Hall was reportedly part of a group camping overnight in a houseboat on the shoreline of Lake Powell in the Warm Creek area, in Kane County. Hall took a wave boat out at night and hit a rock, causing the boat to flip.The Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Dispatch Center received a report of the accident and a missing person on Lake Powell at approximately 1:20
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  • SEC goes to conference-only schedule, Sept. 26 start

    SEC goes to conference-only schedule, Sept. 26 start
    The powerhouse Southeastern Conference announced Thursday that it will play only league games in 2020, a pandemic-forced decision that pushes major college football closer to a siloed regular season in which none of the power conferences cross paths.The SEC's university presidents agreed on a 10-game schedule that eliminates all nonconference opponents and is set to begin Sept. 26. The SEC championship game, originally scheduled for Dec. 5, will be pushed back to Dec. 19.Each SEC team will have
  • The Lakers Hold On to Beat the Clippers in Thriller

    The Lakers Hold On to Beat the Clippers in Thriller
    LeBron James defended both Paul George and Kawhi Leonard on the Clippers’ final possession. Zion Williamson played in the first game of the night’s doubleheader, but the Pelicans missed a game-winner at the buzzer against Utah.
  • N.B.A. 2020 Season Restart: Live Updates

    N.B.A. 2020 Season Restart: Live Updates
    The season returns with a doubleheader on TNT, featuring LeBron James and the Lakers against the Clippers in a possible preview of the Western Conference finals.
  • Lakers vs. Clippers: Live Score and Updates from the N.B.A.’s Restart

    Lakers vs. Clippers: Live Score and Updates from the N.B.A.’s Restart
    The Jazz beat the Pelicans in the first game of tonight’s doubleheader. Now LeBron James and the Lakers face the Clippers.
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  • Jazz vs. Pelicans: Live Score and Updates from the N.B.A.’s Restart

    Jazz vs. Pelicans: Live Score and Updates from the N.B.A.’s Restart
    Zion Williamson is playing in the first game of tonight’s doubleheader. The Lakers and Clippers are up next, at 9 p.m. Eastern time.
  • Stuart Stevens: We lost the battle for the Republican Party’s soul long ago

    Stuart Stevens: We lost the battle for the Republican Party’s soul long ago
    After Mitt Romney lost the 2012 presidential race, the Republican National Committee chairman, Reince Priebus, commissioned an internal party study to examine why the party had won the popular vote only once since 1988.The results of that so-called autopsy were fairly obvious: The party needed to appeal to more people of color, reach out to younger voters, become more welcoming to women. Those conclusions were presented as not only a political necessity but also a moral mandate if the Republican
  • Execution set for sole Native American on federal death row

    Execution set for sole Native American on federal death row
    Flagstaff, Ariz. • The only Native American on federal death row is scheduled to be executed in late August, the U.S. government announced Wednesday.Lezmond Mitchell, who is Navajo, had been among the first of a handful of inmates set to be put to death after the Trump administration restored federal executions after an informal, 17-year moratorium. Mitchell has been spared temporarily by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals where his attorneys argued they should be able to interview juror
  • BYU alum Mike Weir making his delayed debut on PGA Tour Champions

    BYU alum Mike Weir making his delayed debut on PGA Tour Champions
    For golf purposes, Mike Weir’s 50th birthday arrives Friday, 2 ½ months later than scheduled.The Sandy resident will become the first Utahn since Jay Don Blake in 2009 to launch a full-time PGA Champions career when he tees off Friday in The Ally Challenge in Grand Blanc, Mich. That’s not far from the scheduled site of the 2020 Senior PGA Championship, where Weir was supposed to play in May, shortly after turning 50.A big celebration was in the works, with friends and family m
  • Protesters ask Utah governor to close meatpacking plants

    Protesters ask Utah governor to close meatpacking plants
    Dr. Niki Davis, a family medicine physician in Salt Lake City, talked about meatpacking plants as though she were a labor activist Thursday.“They’re scared to go to work,” Davis said of meatpacking employees. “They’re forced to go to work in close quarters in unsanitary conditions.”Davis was one of 11 people holding signs outside the Utah Capitol to lobby Gov. Gary Herbert to close meatpacking plants in the state. The protest was organized by members of the Wa
  • Trump floats the idea of an election delay, a virtual impossibility

    Trump floats the idea of an election delay, a virtual impossibility
    Washington • President Donald Trump, lagging in the polls and grappling with deepening economic and public health crises, on Thursday floated the startling idea of delaying the Nov. 3 presidential election. The notion drew immediate pushback from Democrats and Republicans alike in a nation that has held itself up as a beacon to the world for its history of peaceful transfer of power.Trump suggested the delay as he pushed unsubstantiated allegations that increased mail-in voting du
  • Mitt Romney proposes compromise on logjammed pandemic aid

    Mitt Romney proposes compromise on logjammed pandemic aid
    Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, proposed a compromise Thursday that aims to break a stalemate between Republicans and Democrats about how to continue extra unemployment benefits during the COVID-19 pandemic.The $600 each week in extra federal benefits has expired and Congress has struggled to come up with a deal to extend them.Democrats have proposed to continue the $600 payments through January. But Republicans said it creates an incentive for some people not to return to work because they make more
  • John Lewis: Together, you can redeem the soul of our nation

    John Lewis: Together, you can redeem the soul of our nation
    While my time here has now come to an end, I want you to know that in the last days and hours of my life you inspired me. You filled me with hope about the next chapter of the great American story when you used your power to make a difference in our society. Millions of people motivated simply by human compassion laid down the burdens of division. Around the country and the world you set aside race, class, age, language and nationality to demand respect for human dignity.That is why I had to vis
  • Utah’s death toll from COVID-19 hits 300; another 502 cases reported Thursday

    Utah’s death toll from COVID-19 hits 300; another 502 cases reported Thursday
    Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for our Top Stories newsletter, sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please donate or become a subscriber. Utah’s death toll from COVID-19 hit 300 on Thursday, as 502 new cases of the disease were confirmed, the Utah Department of Health reported.Thursday’s new cases brought the rolling seven-day average of cases – the metr
  • I-15 to close overnight Friday in Layton

    I-15 to close overnight Friday in Layton
    Interstate 15 is scheduled to close overnight Friday in Layton. Also, weekend travel will be complicated by I-15 lane restrictions in northern Utah County, plus a closure of 9000 South in Sandy.The Utah Department of Transportation says I-15 is scheduled to close in both directions in Layton beginning as early as 10 p.m. Friday until 8 a.m. Saturday.It will close between Antelope Drive and the Layton Parkway. All traffic will be detoured to Main Street and then back onto the freeway. The closure
  • Utah students can still go to school after direct exposure to COVID-19, health department says

    Utah students can still go to school after direct exposure to COVID-19, health department says
    Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for our Top Stories newsletter, sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please donate or become a subscriber.Utah students will be allowed to go to school even if they’ve been directly exposed to COVID-19, according to new guidelines released by the state health department Thursday.Under what officials are calling “a modified quaran
  • As unemployment claims ease, Utah will make ‘furloughed’ workers look for new jobs

    As unemployment claims ease, Utah will make ‘furloughed’ workers look for new jobs
    New unemployment claims in Utah have fallen to their lowest level since the pandemic began, even as national jobless numbers ticked up slightly.Utahns filed 3,737 new claims the week ending Saturday, down dramatically from a coronavirus-related peak of 33,000 reached in April and well below its average level of about 5,000 per week since late May.But 1.4 million Americans also filed new unemployment claims last week, the Department of Labor reported Thursday, the 19th week that number has topped
  • Utah leaders strongly oppose Trump idea to postpone the election

    Utah leaders strongly oppose Trump idea to postpone the election
    Utah officials adamantly rejected a proposal floated Thursday by President Donald Trump to delay the presidential election.Trump tweeted, “With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most INACCURATE & FRAUDULENT Election in history. It will be a great embarrassment to the USA. Delay the Election until people can properly, securely and safely vote???”With Universal Mail-In Voting (not Absentee Voting, which is good), 2020 will be the most I
  • Report: Pac-12 paid Los Angeles Times, The Players’ Tribune for increased coverage

    Report: Pac-12 paid Los Angeles Times, The Players’ Tribune for increased coverage
    In an effort to improve its perception, the Pac-12 in 2018 entered into an agreement with the Los Angeles Times designed for the league to give the major metropolitan newspaper $100,000 in advertising in exchange for increased conference coverage.This, according to a report from The Oregonian/OregonLive columnist John Canzano, which was released early Thursday morning.“Literally, in a meeting, our communications people were like, ‘Is there anyone we can pay to write positive stories?
  • GOP senators Mitt Romney, Tim Scott speak on structural racism in forums

    GOP senators Mitt Romney, Tim Scott speak on structural racism in forums
    Even though he is a U.S. senator, Tim Scott says he was stopped by police this year. And last year. And seven times in one especially trying year. He says he’s been stopped 18 times over 20 years because of his race.Still, the only Black Republican in the U.S. Senate told a Wednesday webinar — sponsored by the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation in Utah — that he’s learned that a key is not to act with bitterness or violence toward racism, but with civility and listening.“It&
  • U.S. economy contracts 33% in record-shattering decline, revealing coronavirus toll

    U.S. economy contracts 33% in record-shattering decline, revealing coronavirus toll
    Washington • The U.S. economy plunged by a record-shattering 32.9% annual rate last quarter, and the coronavirus pandemic is still cutting a path of destruction, forcing millions out of work and shuttering businesses.The economy's stunning contraction in the April-June quarter came as the viral outbreak pushed already struggling businesses to close for a second time in many parts of the country, sending unemployment surging to nearly 15%. The government's estimate Thursday of the second-qua
  • Herman Cain, former GOP presidential candidate, dies at 74

    Herman Cain, former GOP presidential candidate, dies at 74
    Atlanta • Herman Cain, former Republican presidential candidate and former CEO of a major pizza chain who went on to become an ardent supporter of President Donald Trump, has died of complications from the coronavirus. He was 74.A post on Cain's Twitter account on Thursday announced the death. Cain had been ill with the virus for several weeks. It's not clear when or where he was infected, but he was hospitalized less than two weeks after attending Trump's campaign rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma,
  • Trump floats November election delay, but it won’t happen

    Trump floats November election delay, but it won’t happen
    Washington • President Donald Trump is for the first time publicly floating a “delay” to the Nov. 3 presidential election, as he makes unsubstantiated allegations that increased mail-in voting will result in fraud.The date of the presidential election — the Tuesday after the first Monday in November in every fourth year — is enshrined in federal law and would require an act of Congress to change, including agreement from the Democratic-controlled House of Representat
  • Mitt Romney attacks Trump’s foreign policy as helping Russia, China

    Mitt Romney attacks Trump’s foreign policy as helping Russia, China
    For a second day in a row, Utah Sen. Mitt Romney attacked President Donald Trump’s foreign policy as helping China and Russia but hurting U.S. allies.That came as he questioned Secretary of State Mike Pompeo during a Senate Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on Thursday.Romney — the 2012 GOP presidential nominee, who once was interviewed by Trump as a potential nominee to be his secretary of state — praised Pompeo for trying to rally global opposition to China’s misdeeds a
  • Judge Michael Kwan will lie in state at Taylorsville City Hall on Friday

    Judge Michael Kwan will lie in state at Taylorsville City Hall on Friday
    The late Taylorsville Municipal Justice Court Judge, Michael W. Kwan — who died at home on July 21 — will lie in state Friday in the Council Chambers at Taylorsville City Hall.Kwan, 58, had been on the bench since 1998. He was widely known for his advocacy for Asian Americans and, more recently, criticism of President Donald Trump.Kwan also founded one of the first drug courts in the country, which favor rehabilitation over punishment for drug offenders and drunken drivers. He receiv
  • What we’ve learned about how the coronavirus spreads (you don’t have to clean so often)

    What we’ve learned about how the coronavirus spreads (you don’t have to clean so often)
    Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for our Top Stories newsletter, sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please donate or become a subscriber. How is the coronavirus transmitted from person to person?Seven months since we discovered the virus, we have learned much more about how it spreads. But there’s still significant controversy on some aspects of the research, as pub
  • This week in Mormon Land: Nelson on ‘painful’ closures; a temple prophecy that wasn’t; rocker Tyler Glenn finds his truth

    This week in Mormon Land: Nelson on ‘painful’ closures; a temple prophecy that wasn’t; rocker Tyler Glenn finds his truth
    The Mormon Land newsletter is a weekly highlight reel of developments in and about The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, whether heralded in headlines, preached from the pulpit or buzzed about on the back benches. Want this free newsletter in your inbox? Subscribe here.The prophecy that wasn’t
    (Photo courtesy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
    The Idaho Falls Temple.
    The story goes that senior apostle Wilford Woodruff journeyed in 1884 to southeastern Idaho &mda
  • The heat is on in Utah. St. George could see record-breaking temperatures

    The heat is on in Utah. St. George could see record-breaking temperatures
    The hot summer is set to kick it up a notch as most of Utah will be stuck on high heat Thursday through Monday.The state will see the worst of it through Saturday, particularly in southern Utah — there’s an excessive heart warning in Washington County. Near record highs are anticipated through the first half of the weekend.The forecast highs for St. George are 109 degrees on Thursday, 110 on Friday and 111 on Saturday. The records in place for those days are 113 (1995), 110 (1996) an
  • Trump floats election ‘delay’ amid claims of voting fraud

    Trump floats election ‘delay’ amid claims of voting fraud
    Washington • President Donald Trump is for the first time floating a “delay” to the Nov. 3 presidential election, as he makes unsubstantiated allegations that increased mail-in voting will result in fraud.The dates of presidential elections — the Tuesday after the first Monday in November in every fourth year — are enshrined in federal law and would require an act of Congress to change. The Constitution makes no provisions for a delay to the Jan. 20, 2021 presidentia
  • With cities creating their own police agencies, what’s the future of the Unified Police Department?

    With cities creating their own police agencies, what’s the future of the Unified Police Department?
    Midvale City is considering whether to stick with the Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake or whether to depart the agency and form its own police department.This comes on the heels of Taylorsville’s announcement that it will leave the UPD next year to form its own force and the split of Herriman and Riverton in 2018 and 2019 to form their own agencies. Where does all this leave UPD?Sgt. Melody Gray said the agency is planning to address some of the major issues that have driven
  • Taylorsville Judge Michael Kwan will lie in state at Taylorsville City Hall on Friday

    Taylorsville Judge Michael Kwan will lie in state at Taylorsville City Hall on Friday
    The late Taylorsville Municipal Justice Court Judge, Michael W. Kwan — who died at home on July 21 — will lie in state Friday in the Council Chambers at Taylorsville City Hall.Kwan, 58, had been on the bench since 1998. He was widely known for his advocacy for Asian Americans and, more recently, criticism of President Donald Trump.Kwan also founded one of the first drug courts in the country, which favor rehabilitation over punishment for drug offenders and drunken drivers. He receiv
  • Utah has ordered return of more than $13K to people who were price gouged

    Utah has ordered return of more than $13K to people who were price gouged
    Through a series of settlements with businesses and individuals accused of price gouging, the Utah Division of Consumer Protection has ordered the return of more than $13,000 to consumers who paid higher-than-normal prices for goods during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.The state has so far received 933 complaints alleging steep prices for everything from medical goods and grocery staples to gaming systems and bottled water.Some of those investigations are ongoing, but the division h
  • Ask Ann Cannon: I found out that my dear brother-in-law had died on Instagram

    Ask Ann Cannon: I found out that my dear brother-in-law had died on Instagram
    Dear Ann Cannon • Imagine my shock and sorrow to open my Instagram on Saturday morning and learn my brother-in-law had passed. My sister-in-law called several hours later to tell my family. This man has been a part of my life for over 60 years, and I am so disappointed that my niece could not wait for the family to be notified before doing a post to the world. I feel some things should be delivered personally. Is this how we should expect to get our family updates???— Sad Sister-in-la
  • Robert Gehrke: This Utah woman sought justice for victims of rape. Now it’s up to us to continue the cause.

    Robert Gehrke: This Utah woman sought justice for victims of rape. Now it’s up to us to continue the cause.
    As frustratingly strange as it seems, there was a time just a few years ago when some of the best evidence in roughly 2,000 rapes sat untested in evidence rooms around the state.For weeks, months, years, these rape kits gathered dust while the unknown perpetrators wandered free.Julie Valentine of Wasatch Forensic Nurses told a legislative committee in 2017 that one county in Southern Utah had submitted just 4% of its rape kits for processing.Atop of the unimaginable trauma of the attack, add the
  • Parents on Salt Lake City’s west side — where the virus has hit the worst in Utah — don’t want to send their kids back to school

    Parents on Salt Lake City’s west side — where the virus has hit the worst in Utah — don’t want to send their kids back to school
    On the west side of Salt Lake City — where the prevalence of the coronavirus has been the worst in the state — parents are feeling scared and frustrated and ignored.As education officials for the capital district have discussed what to do with classes this fall, some have pointed to these largely minority and working families as a key reason that schools need to reopen.But contrary to what most believe or assume, some of these parents say, they don’t want schools to open back u
  • There are more effective ways of stopping coronavirus spread than disinfecting every surface

    There are more effective ways of stopping coronavirus spread than disinfecting every surface
    Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for our Top Stories newsletter, sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support journalism like this, please donate or become a subscriber. How is the coronavirus transmitted from person to person?Seven months since we discovered the virus, we have learned much more about how it spreads. But there’s still significant controversy on some aspects of the research, as pub
  • Letter: Time for a Proposition 13

    Letter: Time for a Proposition 13
    With a recent notification of a 35% increase in property taxes, perhaps it is time to initiate a California-style Proposition 13.The value of our house may have increased, but we did not buy this house for speculation, or marketing, or for prices others who pay exorbitant prices for temporary housing, but to make this house our home for 50 years.The irony is that property tax even includes taxes to collect taxes. Tax and lease increases are certainly a good way for the government to make people
  • Letter: Shame on Republican congressmen

    Letter: Shame on Republican congressmen
    Can you believe it? Shame on Reps. John Curtis, Rob Bishop and Chris Stewart for voting to resume nuclear testing in Nevada.Remember the bad old days when nuclear waste would drift over southern Utah, causing many residents to develop cancer? It’s really a shame that politics have become so partisan that representatives vote against the best interest of their own people just to be true to Donald Trump.Thank you, Rep. Ben McAdams, for voting to protect the citizens of your own state.Barbara
  • Letter: Read evaluation of judges and vote

    Letter: Read evaluation of judges and vote
    Twenty years ago, I helped lead a statewide effort to examine racial bias in Utah’s justice system. Although it persuaded some leaders about the existence of racial profiling and disparate outcomes for people of color, our earnest efforts clearly made less progress than many of our participants hoped.The repeated cries of protest in our summer streets remind us that people need to participate actively in making the policies that affect us all. I urge citizens to make their calls for equal
  • Letter: Modern nuclear tests pose no harm

    Letter: Modern nuclear tests pose no harm
    Nuclear weapons are precisely designed and constructed devices that of necessity employ materials that degrade over time. This degradation must be monitored and, if necessary, corrected to ensure their ongoing safety and reliability.The political decision to stop all testing in the U.S. was undertaken to encourage other nations to do likewise. While this policy has not been effective internationally, it has made it very difficult for the scientists and engineers in this country to certify the on
  • Letter: A con man and a dictator

    Letter: A con man and a dictator
    I used to think that Trump was first and foremost a con man, but that in America — the bastion of democracy for over 200 years — he would never become a dictator. I was only partially right. He is now a con man and a dictator!The first sign was his refusal to accept congressional oversight of his tax returns. Why? Do they demonstrate serious irregularities or that he has been far less successful than claimed or both? The second sign was his cabinet appointments - mainly second raters
  • Ben Henderson: Not all teachers oppose reopening schools in Utah

    Ben Henderson: Not all teachers oppose reopening schools in Utah
    The Utah Education Association, Utah’s largest teacher’s union, recently published a diatribe against the return of students to in-person learning this fall in the state of Utah. It is important that citizens in Utah realize that their ambiguous lists of concerns and unproven assertions are not shared by all within the education community.UEA President Heidi Matthews attempts to falsely portray the case for returning to school as a binary choice between a, “return to in-person
  • Rudy Gobert opens up about struggles

    Rudy Gobert opens up about struggles
    “It was hard for me to see so many people question my character based on one video,” Gobert said. “That was a big learning experience. I know who I am. People around me know who I am. Everyone is going to have a different perception and opinion of you. If I start putting my energy into that, I’m going to be living a very painful life.”
  • N.B.A. Restart Day 1 Schedule: Guide of Matchups, Tipoff Time and Channel

    N.B.A. Restart Day 1 Schedule: Guide of Matchups, Tipoff Time and Channel
    Some of the league’s biggest stars — LeBron James, Kawhi Leonard and maybe Zion Williamson — will be in action for the opening night of the resumed season.
  • The Jazz were at the center of a sports shutdown. Now, they’re on center stage

    The Jazz were at the center of a sports shutdown. Now, they’re on center stage
    Seat covers are placed on socially distant chairs in the team bench area at a basketball arena at ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex Wednesday, July 29, 2020, in Orlando, Fla. NBA games will resume Thursday.| AP Photo/Ashley LandisORLANDO — The first time I was tested for COVID-19 was after spending hours in the bowels of Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City on March 11, the day the NBA stopped.
    Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert had tested positive for the coronavirus earlier in the evening
  • Police stopped him 18 times, but Black senator says he strives for civility; Romney calls on GOP to be more united, not divisive like Trump

    Police stopped him 18 times, but Black senator says he strives for civility; Romney calls on GOP to be more united, not divisive like Trump
    Even though he is a U.S. senator, Tim Scott says he was stopped by police this year. And last year. And seven times in one especially trying year. He says he’s been stopped 18 times over 20 years because of his race.Still, the only Black Republican in the U.S. Senate told a Wednesday webinar — sponsored by the Orrin G. Hatch Foundation in Utah — that he’s learned that a key is not to act with bitterness or violence toward racism, but with civility and listening.“It&
  • Breaking down the 22 NBA teams as they jockey for playoff seeding

    Breaking down the 22 NBA teams as they jockey for playoff seeding
    In this Feb. 21, 2020, file photo, Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James, left, stands with forward Anthony Davis during the second half of an NBA basketball game against the Memphis Grizzlies in Los Angeles. | APSALT LAKE CITY — With the NBA season finally resuming Thursday after a four-and-a-half-month layoff, some teams are pretty well set in their playoff positions, while others can make significant moves over the next two weeks to improve their standing.
    Despite the number of games

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