Posted // June 19,2013 - Also: Fight Fight Fight, God Trumps Government Wow, how embarrassing can it get for Utah? Miss Utah USA, Marissa Powell, has been awarded ...
Posted // June 19,2013 - 2009 Draper City contract turns into ugly, years-long battle between councilman and mechanic If it were an episode of The People’s Court, the ugly contract dispute between Drape ...
Posted // June 18,2013 Former Bank of America employees have alleged in court filings that company employees regularly lied to customers, denied applications for bogus reasons and were rewarded for sending homeowners into foreclosure.
Posted // June 17,2013 Attorney General John Swallow appears to be targeting the media in his bid to avoid impeachment by the Legislature.
Posted // June 17,2013 Was the answer bad? Yes. Could she have done better? Yes. But, was the question fair? No.
Posted // June 14,2013 At the center of the fight over Utah’s caucus system is power. Delegates don’t want to give up their power over selecting candidates. Why would they?
Posted // June 14,2013 The former Zephyr Club in downtown Salt Lake City, 301 S. West Temple; closed since October 2003.
Posted // June 14,2013 Insiders challenge the Obama administration’s claim that the NSA’s data mining helped prevent recent terrorist plots.
Posted // June 14,2013 Those quirky guys at the Salt Lake City Police Department definitely seem to have an eye for effective PR. The past six months saw monthly Coffee With a Cop public meetings. Now that it's summer, you can have ice cream with a cop while you talk about crime.
Posted // June 14,2013 The ACLU is hosting a screening tonight of Herman's House, a documentary about a man who is probably the longest-serving prisoner in solitary confinement.
Posted // June 14,2013 - Activists hope experiencing nature at planned tar-sands areas will motivate Utahns to take a stand After a leisurely hike, you stand on a peak and scan the majestic horizon, your breathing ...
Posted // June 13,2013 News of the NSA's PRISM program has sparked so much anger that people are taking to the streets. A group of Salt Lake City residents are organizing a protest at 4 p.m., June 14, outside of the Wallace F. Bennett Federal Building, 125 S. State.
Posted // June 13,2013 - Corporations are people and can therefore buy elections with impunity. ...
Posted // June 12,2013 - Filmmaker Josh Fox Battles the oil industry to warn about the dangers of fracking Of all things flammable in the wide world, tap water shouldn’t be one of them. At le ...
Posted // June 12,2013 - Also: Clarity in Smoke, Score for Science So now we’re getting interested in the government’s data collection. It took n ...
Posted // June 11,2013 Following the revelation that the National Security Agency has been collecting call information on millions of United States citizens, the outrage has grabbed headlines and the attention of the world. Now, Utahns will be raising awareness about the NSA’s troubling domestic-surveillance efforts at a rally Wednesday.
Posted // June 11,2013 Democracy Now! plays the interview of whistleblower Edward Snowden discussing his decision to leak information about the National Security Agency’s collecting of millions of telephone records of American citizens.
Posted // June 10,2013 Several days ago, the ACLU announced a lawsuit against prison officials at the Utah State Prison in Draper over the use of tear gas in 2010 that severely affected inmates in the mental-health wing, Olympus.
Posted // June 7,2013 When it comes to the excitement of cities like Provo getting faster Internet with Google Fiber, Comcast vice president David L. Cohen thinks you should slow your roll. While defending his empire in an editorial for the Philadelphia Inquirer, Cohen claims Google Fiber will be incompatible with today’s technology.
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