Have You Seen This? Underwater forest
A flood put this forest in Brazil underwater, and the crystal clear water makes it look like a page out of a storybook.
The Associated Press | Posted Feb 23rd - 10:46am
Some residents in southeastern New Mexico are opposing calls from civil liberties advocates to remove a Ten Commandments monument from public property.
Russell Contreras, Associated Press | Posted Feb 23rd - 8:54am
Malcolm X was reviled and adored during his lifetime thanks to his views of black nationalism and "by any means necessary" approach to battle racial discrimination. Following his assassination, the civil rights advocate's popularity was revived by hip-hop artists in the late 1980s and early '90s and his image began appearing on clothing, college dorm posters and eventually in a Spike Lee 1992 biopic.
The Associated Press | Posted Feb 23rd - 7:44am
Myanmar's parliament has approved a budget of about $15 million for the construction of a fence and related projects along the border with Bangladesh in Rakhine state, from which about 700,000 members of its persecuted ethnic Rohingya Muslim minority have fled violence since last August.
Todd Pitman and Esther Htusan, Associated Press | Posted Feb 23rd - 2:36am
First, their villages were burned to the ground. Now, Myanmar's government is using bulldozers to literally erase them from the earth — in a vast operation rights groups say is destroying crucial evidence of mass atrocities against the nation's ethnic Rohingya Muslim minority.
Jacob Klopfenstein, KSL.com | Posted Feb 22nd - 9:12pm
Bryce Fisher woke up on Wednesday morning to see Olympic Skier Lindsey Vonn wearing one of his company’s products on live TV.
Emily Fonnesbeck, KSL.com Contributor | Posted Feb 22nd - 8:39pm
Eating disorders are serious life-threatening mental illnesses. Here are five common myths and misconceptions and how you can get help.
Ricardo Nunes and Joshua Goodman, Associated Press | Posted Feb 22nd - 1:58pm
With two months to go before Venezuela's presidential election, the only challenger to jump in the ring against President Nicolas Maduro is a little-known television evangelist who was once arrested for fuel smuggling and has a range of business ventures.
Faith Heaton Jolley, KSL.com | Posted Feb 22nd - 1:33pm
Zion National Park officials are once again temporarily closing several cliffs in the park to rock climbing to help protect peregrine falcons.
The Associated Press | Posted Feb 22nd - 12:13pm
A court has rejected a release request by a prominent Islamic scholar incarcerated this month on preliminary rape charges.
Will Weissert, Associated Press | Posted Feb 22nd - 11:21am
When the Texas Board of Education last produced history curriculum guidelines for public schools, experts decried its members for attempting to promote religious and conservative ideology over facts.
The Associated Press | Posted Feb 22nd - 8:03am
A Pennsylvania middle school canceled classes after a student who said he was sleepwalking was found inside the building.
The Associated Press | Posted Feb 22nd - 6:38am
A court in southeastern Germany has sentenced a former Catholic priest to 8 ½ years in prison for child sex abuse.
The Associated Press | Posted Feb 21st - 9:04pm
Chinese authorities have ruled out arson as the cause of a fire that damaged a 1,300-year-old monastery that is considered the spiritual heart of Tibetan Buddhism.
Susan Scutti, CNN | Posted Feb 21st - 8:36pm
Simple walking tests can accurately diagnose a type of dementia that may sometimes be reversed when identified early and quickly treated, a study published Wednesday in the journal Neurology found.
Bob Christie, Associated Press | Posted Feb 21st - 5:19pm
A Christian minister seeking the congressional seat of a disgraced Arizona congressman is labeling reports that that he traded suggestive texts with a female staffer who included a topless photo of herself in one of the exchanges as "tabloid trash."
Rachel Zoll and Jonathan Drew, Associated Press | Posted Feb 21st - 3:06pm
As a young man, he practiced his sermons by preaching to the alligators and birds in the swamp. At his height years later, he was bringing the word of God into living rooms around the globe via TV and dispensing spiritual counsel — and political advice — to U.S. presidents.
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