Most Americans cannot afford to live in progressive coastal epicenters.
A U.S. District Court judge ruled key parts of Utah's polygamy law unconstitutional, a decision that effectively decriminalizes polygamy.
As climate change increases temperatures, parts of the American Southwest are likely to become increasingly arid, with increasing threats to water supplies.
A look at the day's political happenings, including a 10-year-old's impassioned plea to the New York City Council and a new poll shows Romney has a likability problem.
A look at the day's political happenings, including some bad news for the California Republican Party and a Mitt Romney ballad you won't want to miss.
Just how g-a-y is SLC? Well, it's actually The Advocate's surprise winner atop this year's "Gayest Cities in America" list. Clearly, the GLBTQ-targeted mag's editors were looking to depart a bit from usual suspects such as San Francisco and New York and declared that Utah's capital "has earned its queer cred."
Truthdig salutes Rocky Anderson, the Salt Lake City mayor who spoke out against the war and reminded the world that "blind faith in bad leaders is not patriotism." Anderson welcomed Bush to his city with a fiery protest speech and these searing lines: "A patriot does not tell people who are intensely concerned about their country to just sit down and be quiet; to refrain from speaking out in the name of politeness or for the sake of being a good host; to show slavish, blind obedience and deference to a dishonest, war-mongering, human-rights-violating president."