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Local law enforcement and anti-trafficking advocates have for years criticized online sites for fueling the illicit sex trade through commercial ads.
A proposal that would increase Salt Lake City's hotel space — making more room for outdoor gear shows, conferences and the crowds they bring — is advancing in the state Legislature.
Measures to clear Utah's murky wintertime skies are working their way through the state Legislature. But with only a week to clinch a final OK from state lawmakers this legislative session, it's unclear how many of them will become law.
One of Utah's most notable liquor laws is again sparking friction in the state Legislature.
The collision of the $1 trillion in budget cuts known as sequestration and the breakdown of the normal budgeting process is creating headaches not just for Washington but also for a vast web of offices dependent on federal financing.
On a snowy evening this spring, nurses at Dr. Gary Stuck's family practice were on the phone with patients with heart ailments, asking them not to shovel. The idea was to keep them out of the hospital.
The worst of the federal cuts to a major infant nutrition program would be reversed. Embassy security and construction could be spared in the wake of the consulate attack in Benghazi, Libya. And child care subsidies, once seen as critical to the...
When it comes to the heart of California's water system the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta we need a new direction.
A sharp and surprisingly persistent slowdown in the growth of health care costs is helping to narrow the federal deficit, leaving budget experts trying to figure out whether the trend will last and how much the slower growth could help to allevi...
Only hours after accepting his party's nomination for a second term, President Barack Obama found himself on the defensive over a jobs report that was weak in almost every way.