Big cases, retirement rumors as Supreme Court nears finish
The Supreme Court enters its final week of work before a long summer hiatus with action expected on the Trump administration's travel ban and a decision due in a separation of church and state case that arises from a Missouri church playground.
Activists kept from gathering en masse for Istanbul Pride
Turkish police stopped activists for lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex rights from gathering in large numbers for an LGBT pride event in Istanbul on Sunday, but smaller groups made impromptu press statements defying a ban imposed by the governor.
Turkey rejects Arab terms to Qatar, US urges sides to talk
Turkey's president on Sunday rejected a demand by major Arab states to remove Turkish troops from Qatar, among a sweeping list of ultimatums that the United States has described as "difficult to meet."
Twila Van Leer: Diary tells of 1900s mission in Tahiti
John David Monk filled a mission to Tahiti from 1917-19. His recordings of mission activity coincide with events taking place on the world stage, including the end of World War I and the influenza pandemic that affected the islands.
50 states, 5 summers, 7 kids: LDS couple carries on tradition of simple family travel
Growing up, Lex Brinton's family traveled to 50 states within five summers, traveling with all seven children. Sometimes they got lost, other times they forgot their tent. Every time they made memories and documented their experiences.
New Harmony: My experience with getting mental health help on an LDS mission
In the spring of 1968, I took a bunk in the old Language Training Mission in Provo and went to work learning Spanish. I was heading for Bolivia. I nearly never got there. The LTM was almost the end of the line.
Picturing history: The first Latter-day Saints in San Francisco
Beginning in 1846 with the arrival of the ship Brooklyn, Latter-day Saints made a major impact on Yerba Buena, later known as San Francisco.
Do Mormons support small business owners who refuse to serve the LGBT community?
There is no U.S. religious group in which a majority of its members favor religiously based service refusals, according to a new report.
LDS girl gets standing ovation from all 4 judges, advances on 'America's Got Talent'
A 13-year-old LDS girl from Florence, Arizona, caught the attention of Simon Cowell and captured hearts throughout the United States on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent" Tuesday night.
The Constitution ratified 229 years ago today; here are 8 quotes about the Constitution from LDS leaders and magazines
General authorities from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints have often spoken about the constitution, seeking solace from its contents during times of turmoil and celebrating its creation during times of peace.