Russell M. Nelson, who has a conservative record, is not expected to press for reforms, including those advancing the rights of LGBT members.
Amy Berg's disturbing documentary on the Warren Jeffs polygamist sect zooms in on a story that oozes with archetypal evil.
The president and board of trustees at Pasadena City College thrust their school into the spotlight for all the wrong reasons recently with a political and public relations debacle involving PCC alumnus and Oscar-winning screenwriter Dustin Lance Black.
Utah is the 10th state to get gay marriage this year -- and the second this week -- but it's an especially significant one considering that voters in the state have not followed public opinion.
An old video in which an upset Mitt Romney discusses his faith after a conservative Iowa radio talk show host quizzes him about it is making the Internet rounds a day before the election.
A look at the day's political happenings, including how Paul Ryan's 30 percent compares with Mitt Romney's 47 percent and a Pennsylvania judge decides the fate of the state's voter ID law for the 2012 election.
Those of us who were in California during the election of 2008 (and many who weren't) remember how quickly the tide seemed to turn when it came to the expected versus real outcome of the Proposition 8 vote (continued).
Some members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints got their sacred undergarments in a twist about an upcoming episode of "Big Love" in which secret religious practices and spaces are depicted. HBO has apologized, but, as Salt Lake Tribune columnist Vince Horiuchi wonders, will all this hubbub just serve to draw more attention to Sunday's installment of the series?