Salt Lake Tribune
What do you think were the top Utah political news stories of 2017? Was it President Trump slashing two national monuments? Jason Chaffetz resigning? Give us your nominations.
Whether we drive on the roads, take a bus, or ride a bike, transportation is front and center in our daily lives. When it’s working well, we don’t notice it. When it’s not, we do.
Republican Sen. Brian Shiozawa has accepted a job with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
By a bare majority, most Utahns don’t believe GOP President Donald Trump nor his campaign “colluded” with Russia in the 2016 presidential election, a new UtahPolicy.com poll finds.
President Donald Trump's visit to Utah was not only about public lands, it was specifically designed to convince Sen. Orrin Hatch to run for another term in 2018 and to keep Mitt Romney out of the...
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke and Utah Republicans have repeatedly said that mineral extraction considerations played no role in the decision to reduce the size of the Bears Ears National Monument....
Sen. Orrin Hatch seemingly is intent on running for another term in 2018, despite promising that his current term would be his last.
President Donald Trump visited Utah on Monday where he slashed 2 million acres from two National Monuments. Several groups are threatening to sue, so this will be tied up in the courts for...
"Prince William said that Prince George just played a sheep in his school’s nativity play. Which raises the question, how rich were the other kids that Prince George wound up playing a sheep?" Jimmy Fallon