As the Utah House committee looking into now former Attorney General John Swallow started wrapping up its work, investigators discovered another missing electronic data device this past week. Additionally, the committee voted unanimously to share all their findings with the public.
Deirdre Walsh and Ashley Killough, CNN | posted Dec 5th - 1:38pm
House Speaker John Boehner said Thursday he believes the GOP should support the party's openly gay candidates.
Whitney Evans | posted Dec 5th - 10:24am
"We need more conservatives just like Senator Mike Lee who are there to protect the Constitution and fight for the American people," Amy Kremer, national chairwoman of the Tea Party Express, said.
Brady McCombs, Associated Press | posted Dec 5th - 1:05am
A federal judge says he'll do his best to rule by early next year on a legal challenge to a same-sex marriage ban in Utah, after an attorney called for an end to the prohibition by arguing that the precedent has been set by the U.S. Supreme Court and discrimination has gone on long enough.
CNN | posted Dec 4th - 3:01pm
As memories fade from last December's horrific school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, a new national poll indicates that support for stricter gun control laws appears to be fading, too.
Steve Leblanc, Associated Press | posted Dec 4th - 2:48pm
U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren pledged Wednesday to serve out her full six-year term and not run for president in 2016.
Evan Perez, CNN Justice Reporter | posted Dec 3rd - 8:34pm
House lawmakers on Tuesday are expected to approve a 10-year extension of a federal law requiring that all guns be detectable by metal screening machines. It has become an issue with the advent of 3-D printers, which the ATF recently said its tests showed are capable of producing lethal firearms entirely made of plastic.
Dennis Romboy | posted Dec 3rd - 6:42pm
The retired adjutant general of the Utah National Guard has new troops to command for the next few weeks, and he didn't rule out a bid to replace his former boss in the attorney general's office.
Ricardo Alonso-zaldivar, Associated Press | posted Dec 2nd - 8:58pm
President Barack Obama's new and improved health care website faces yet another test in just a couple of weeks, its biggest yet. If HealthCare.gov becomes overwhelmed by an expected year-end crunch, many Americans will be left facing a break in their insurance coverage.
Darlene Superville, Associated Press | posted Nov 30th - 10:21pm
The Obama administration says it will meet its self-imposed deadline of fixing the troubled health care website so that 50,000 people can log in at the same time starting late Saturday. Yet questions remain about the stability of the site, the volume of traffic it can handle and the quality of the data it is delivering to insurers.
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