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'We're not living as one American people': This campus event asks college students to help solve culture wars

URBANA, Ill. — Bryce Tune wants to win elections someday. But he has a problem: his core beliefs are a complex mix of conservative and liberal values.

He's Christian and he supports the LGBTQ community. He's pro-gun and in favor of Medicare for all.

BYU's Keanu Saleapaga reaps big dividends in listening to his elders

PROVO — It's often difficult for teenagers and even young adults to be advised by their elders, but for BYU freshman offensive lineman Keanu Saleapaga, doing as much has paid big dividends.

On two notable occasions the 6-foot-6, 295-pound converted defensive lineman fought against what was advised at first, but freely and enthusiastically acknowledges now the benefits of changing his mind.

You can now lock your child's phone during dinner or breakfast, thanks to Google

SALT LAKE CITY — Sick of your teen using his or her phone at the dinner table?

Google has a new feature for you.

Utah nonprofit claims Rep. Mia Love accepted over $1.1 million in illegal campaign contributions

SALT LAKE CITY — A complaint against Rep. Mia Love, R-Utah, has been filed with the Federal Election Commission by a progressive Utah nonprofit claiming the congresswoman accepted more than $1.1 million in illegal campaign contributions.

Love's campaign denied any wrongdoing Wednesday and called the complaint an effort to "smear" the congresswoman.

Win over Wisconsin validates BYU's tough schedules; why the Cougars are healthier this season

PROVO — When asked last June about the difficulty of independent schedules — particularly that they're frontloaded with Power 5 opponents — BYU coach Kalani Sitake didn't flinch.

Ute Insiders podcast: Loss to Huskies no cause for (great) alarm

Ute Insiders Dirk Facer, Mike Sorensen and Trent Wood examine the Utes' Pac-12-opening loss to the Washington Huskies, and tell why, despite the setback, Utah is still in the driver's seat in the Pac-12 South. The trio does agree, however, there are things to clean up — fewer drops and an improved running game among them.

'It's amazing': LeBron James confirms 'Space Jam 2.' Here's its release date

SALT LAKE CITY — Everybody get up. It's time for "Space Jam 2."

The Hollywood Reporter said Wednesday that we will finally get a sequel to the 1996 film, which starred Michael Jordan and an entire cast of Looney Tunes characters.

SLCC Westpointe Center aims to 'close gap' of Utah's workforce needs

SALT LAKE CITY — As Gov. Gary Herbert's education adviser, Tami Pyfer frequently fields telephone calls from business and industry representatives who are searching for skilled workers.

Democrats waited until most 'politically damaging' moment to reveal accusation against Kavanaugh, Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch says

SALT LAKE CITY — Sen. Orrin Hatch outlined Wednesday what he sees as the focus of next week's possible Senate hearing on the sexual assault allegations against U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, saying it is not a trial.

What does the Cottonwood Mall debate mean for density along the booming Wasatch Front?

HOLLADAY — Nobody looks out at the former Cottonwood Mall site, with its 57 acres of dirt and asphalt, and thinks this land is achieving its fullest potential. It even blights the satellite view — a great brown spot amid tree-lined residential streets, 5 miles southeast of Salt Lake City.