“The consequence of this high-visibility fight over DACA recipients will be that — whether our youngest, most idealistic and most Americanized immigrants are cast off or allowed to remain in some sort of imperfect status — we'll all lose,” writes Esther J. Cepeda.
Unless Congress does something soon, 9 million of America’s most economically vulnerable children will wake up Jan. 1 without health care.
“Seriously, a majority of Utahns will vote for anyone as long as they are a Republican,” writes Don Porter.
It is 2017. That is my response to Mark Saal’s Oct. 10 column, "Dove body was ad racist? Only if you don't watch the whole three seconds." It is 2017, and I have to ask why you chose to have a white male author an opinion piece about whether or not minorities had the right to be offended by...
After all the recent problems in the Davis County Sheriff’s Office — which the sheriff insists aren’t problems at all — are we sure we want to throw more money at it?
“When anyone or anything takes priority over the faith, there is a good, strong religious word for it: idolatry,” writes Michael Gerson.
So many drivers use I-15’s express lanes that they’re slowing traffic. The answer? Higher tolls for single-occupant cars and trucks.
“It doesn't take much to create an atmosphere of civility. It just takes kindness,” writes Robert Hunter.
In response to the Sept. 21 “news analysis” by Christine Colbert, “Mormon history explains why we want less federal land,” I don’t know where she got her information, but I really resent her implication that the “Mormon Church” has a stand on...
While many inmates become skilled at playing handball, chess, or pinochle, Brian Wood believes their time could be better spent by furthering their education.