Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry on Friday blasted President Barack Obama's record on foreign policy, calling for a harder-line approach in the Middle East and accusing the administration of "making grave calculations that make the world less safe."
Dennis Romboy | posted 2 minutes ago
A proposal to increase Utah's gas tax 10 cents per gallon received preliminary approval in the Senate on Thursday as lawmakers continue to talk about the best way to raise money for crumbling roads.
Katie McKellar | posted 4 minutes ago
Utahns may soon be within their lawful rights to snap "selfies" with their voting ballots.
Katie McKellar | posted 13 minutes ago
A Senate panel approved a bill Wednesday that would clarify that a person is guilty of prostitution when not only engaging in a sexual activity with another for money, but also for trade of goods.
Philip Elliott, Associated Press | posted Feb 27th - 8:40am
President Barack Obama's health care law was the legacy of his first term and he is pursuing a nuclear deal with Iran as the hallmark of his second, Republican Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida told conservative activists on Friday.
Charles Babington, Associated Press | posted Feb 27th - 6:44am
Republican leaders eager to avert a partial government shutdown are getting heat from conservative colleagues who ask what the fuss is all about.
Ken Dilanian, Associated Press | posted Feb 26th - 10:22pm
The U.S. has elevated its appraisal of the cyber threat from Russia, the U.S. intelligence chief said Thursday, as he delivered the annual assessment by intelligence agencies of the top dangers facing the country.
Lisa Riley Roche | posted Feb 26th - 9:17pm
Gov. Gary Herbert said Thursday he is considering all options, including taking executive action, to enact his Healthy Utah alternative to Medicaid expansion now that House leaders say it won't get a hearing.
Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press | posted Feb 26th - 9:01pm
In an impassioned speech to an influential anti-tax group, Jeb Bush ticked though eight years of tax cuts and economic growth during his time as Florida governor, and said it could be done nationally.
KSL.com | posted Feb 26th - 8:44pm
Utah lawmakers set their sights on education this week, considering bills that would impact low-performing schools, the amount of testing required of students, technology improvements and educational funding for families living in poverty.
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