The Tick-Tock of Donald Trump's Inauguration
On Friday, Donald Trump and Mike Pence will participate in a tradition that’s over 200 years old -- the presidential and vice- presidential inauguration . “We're going to have a very, very elegant day. The 20th is going to be something that will be very, very special, very beautiful,"
Another Inaugural Tradition _ Prayer _ Under Fire Over Trump
The tradition of hosting a prayer service for a new US president has come under fire
Today in History
Today in History Today is Wednesday, Jan. 18, the 18th day of 2017. There are 347 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Jan. 18, 1967, Albert DeSalvo, who claimed to be the " Boston Strangler ," was convicted in Cambridge, Massachusetts, of armed robbery, assault and sex offenses.
Judge Tosses Lawsuit Against Attorneys for Polygamous Group
A judge threw out a lawsuit Wednesday against polygamous leader Warren Jeffs that claimed the sect's longtime Utah law firm created a veneer that helped perpetuate abuses such as child labor and underage marriage
Inauguration Planner Says Event Features 1 Celebrity: Trump
President-elect Donald Trump will take the traditional ride from the White House to the Capitol with his predecessor before his inauguration
College football lost a legend in LaVell Edwards
LaVell Edwards finally served a Mormon mission when he was 72 years old. While there, he ended up building something. He couldn't help it. Normally, heading off on a mission is an activity reserved for the young. During his 29 seasons as the head football coach at Brigham Young University, the
Nationals' Bryce Harper married in San Diego ceremony
Washington Nationals star Bryce Harper has married his longtime girlfriend, according to a post on his Instagram page. Harper and his wife, Kayla Varner, were married at the San Diego Mormon Temple this weekend. The couple originally planned to be married in 2015 but canceled the ceremony before
Glenn Beck on Being a Unifier, His Rise to Fame and Taking on Trump
The conservative radio talk show king spoke about his tough upbringing, finding Mormonism and building up his brand.
Woman Hangs Rainbow Christmas Lights to Protest Allegedly Anti-Gay Person in Her Neighborhood
Lexi Magnusson calls the approximately 10,000 rainbow colored lights decorating the front bushes of her Kitsap County, Washington, home “spite lights.” Magnusson, 34, a married mother of four children, put up the lights to celebrate the Christmas season but chose colors including red, green, blue,