This country provides 'big relief' for immigrants who have to start over
Immigrants take their skills to new countries but often must start over to get credentialed again. That's how doctors and engineers end up cleaning bathrooms. "Brain waste" costs billions, but Canada's tackling the challenge.
Why Utah school buses have more added cameras and monitors to keep an eye on students
Bully victimization doesn't only happen during school and after classes, but can happen between school and home when children ride the bus. School districts across the country have found different methods to prevent bullying in school buses.
Do college campuses put students' faith at risk? For Mormons, not so much
Pew Research Center has released a new report on the relationship between religion and education.
Russia just ranked among the worst violators of religious freedom. Can the U.S. fix the problem?
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom released its annual report on Wednesday.
Dying homeless in Salt Lake City
The world identified him as homeless. To his friends, he was Justin: "Whenever he got depressed, whenever he got lonely, he turned to his bottle. And Justin was always depressed and he was always lonely."