Republicans want the entire 10th Circuit Court of Appeals to review a three-judge panel's decision last month upholding Utah's controversial election law that gives candidates an alternative path to the primary election ballot.
An island-wide blackout hit Puerto Rico on Wednesday after an excavator accidentally downed a transmission line, officials said, as the U.S. territory struggles to repair an increasingly unstable power grid nearly seven months after Hurricane Maria.
The American Lung Association handed out failing grades to multiple Utah counties for pollution in its latest State of the Air report. It noted the country's ozone levels overall had worsened "significantly" since its last report in most areas.
Philip Issa and Michael Corder, Associated Press | Posted
Apr 18th - 2:21pm
Assailants opened fire at a U.N. security team visiting the site of a suspected chemical weapons attack in Syria, an official said Wednesday, forcing it to retreat to its base and further delaying a fact-finding mission by outside experts to examine the claims.
Brian Slodysko, Associated Press | Posted
Apr 18th - 8:19am
Donald Trump's re-election campaign has demanded that Rep. Todd Rokita take down yard signs it says give the false impression the president endorsed the Indiana Republican's Senate bid, two people with direct knowledge of the matter told The Associated Press.
Faced with the chance to collect 100 percent of its revenue until June 2019, Salt Lake County leaders are eying the opportunity to revive the failed sales tax hike that would have captured about $58 million in new revenue for transportation projects.
Arizona teachers on Tuesday began weighing whether to walk out of their classrooms to demand more school funding after weeks of growing protests — a vote that's raising questions about how an unprecedented strike could play out across the state's education system.
Margaret Stafford, Associated Press | Posted
Apr 18th - 7:11pm
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach violated a court order that required his office to inform certain people that they were eligible to cast a ballot while a lawsuit challenging a state law requiring proof of U.S. citizenship worked its way through the courts, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.