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NEW YORK (AP) — Government restrictions on religion have increased markedly in many places around the world, not only in authoritarian countries, but also in many of Europe's democracies, according to a report surveying 198 countries that was released Monday.

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What’s old is new again and such is the case for the all-new Honda Passport. This version is the third generation of the two-row SUV for the automaker. First introduced back in 1993 and having an almost 10-year run until being discontinued in 2002, the Passport is back in the Honda line up o…

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A couple of years, ago I wrote an article about the value of a GPS on the trail. I ride with a Garmin Montana 600. Back then I was using a Garmin 60CSX, which is an upgrade from the Garmin eTrex Vista – my first GPS.

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DETROIT (AP) — Timothy Buchanan says he never consults clergy about important decisions, but it’s not for lack of faith: He regularly attends a nondenominational Christian church near his home.

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In the high-end world of sports sedans there are a number of choices making those that can afford them very happy, very happy indeed. With vehicles that are set up to provide more horsepower than most of us would ever deem necessary (unless pulling something like a mobile home behind them) a…

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We’re looking for teenagers to write stories, take photos and draw illustrations for our weekly TX. teen section, which appears in print and online in the Standard-Examiner.

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Few companies have touched as many hearts in their lifespan as Disney. Many of us remember growing up watching these animated masterpieces that really helped shape our worldview and humor.

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Recently, I had the opportunity to go to youth conference with my church youth group. This year, we went to Camp Williams, a kind of military camp in Bluffdale.

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When the first woman in America applied to enter medical school in 1847, students thought it was a joke. But Elizabeth Blackwell graduated first in her class from New York’s Geneva Medical College in 1849 and opened her own practice.

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One thing that most people can relate to is the appeal of the unknown and the mysterious. This can be seen especially in the love of magicians and magic all over the world.

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OAKLAND, California (AP) — On any springtime Saturday, a steady stream of Catholic quinceañeras can be seen promenading along the blooming rose bushes and gushing fountains of Oakland’s Latter-day Saints temple.

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Over the past five years, real estate prices in Utah have increased significantly — up 47.5 percent, according to the Federal Housing Finance Agency. In the Ogden-Clearfield metro area, house prices have increased slightly more, up about 48.5 percent during that same time.

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Three times in one day. That is how many times I have cited the #1 rule of real estate today and it isn’t even noon yet. Since I’m on a role, here it is: location, location, location. And since it is the same word three times, that means I have actually stated it nine times before noon. Coun…

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The day dawned bright and clear. I was going on a ride with my grandson, Michael. There wasn’t a cloud in the sky – well just a little wisp of one toward the south. Little did we know what that wisp of a cloud was going to do.

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Axes, hatchets and tomahawks are flying freely in Northern Utah as the blade-flinging recreational craze opens in new locations with expanded activities —and beer licenses — in place.