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Building a Better Salt Lake City

An affordable housing crisis looms as Utah families struggle to find shelter.
I'm looking at all those lanes of stalled traffic on Interstate 15 every evening, pumping out emissions as thousands of commuters inch along to their affordable three-bedroom home in Draper.

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The G-word

Inside Prop 4—and the Legislature's crusade to squash it.
They knew it would happen. But the timing—and the optics—are so interesting.


Of Kids and Walls

Vladimir Putin and the Russian government just love them some Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders.


Make Up Your Mind

Utah revels in its land attractions but its dotted by oil drilling threats. The Legislature commissions a "roadmap" to reduce emissions. But those on the Hill still write love letters to Trump.
It's like Utah has a split personality.

Hits & Misses

Feedback from Feb. 13 and Beyond

Opinionated readers sound off on mixed-orientation marriages and Pete Buttigieg's visit.
"Pete 'All Lives Matter' Buttigieg. No thanks."


From Bad to Worse

A weekly roundup of international news oddities.
Berkshire District Attorney Andrea Harrington told the Associated Press the neighbor heard yelling shortly after noon and discovered his friend being attacked by his own dog and his girlfriend's dog.

News of the Weird


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