The death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg has left a vacant associated justice seat on the Supreme Court. We discuss the process and precedent to fill it.
As staff and students across the state settle into the first month of school there are still lots of questions surrounding the future of education in this new normal.
A new study by a BYU professor looks at the shifting attitudes of voters surrounding the Provo campus. Plus, Doug speaks with two candidates running for Congress from Utah.
The CDC announced this week a nationwide moratorium on COVID-19 related evictions. The moratorium is backed by the Trump White House but currently does not give any funding to those struggling to pay rent
Republicans gathered in North Carolina and Washington, D.C. for the 2020 Republican National convention. On Sunday Edition, we talk to members of the state's delegation about what happened.
The biggest night of the year for Democrats looked a little different because of coronavirus. We talk with the Democratic Party chair here in Utah about what the event means for Dems in our state—and what the next few months will bring.
Senator Mitt Romney joins us at the Bonneville Shoreline Trail with what he would like for the future of the area. Plus, how he thinks the federal government has handled the COVID-19 response and what needs to happen next. Utah Gov. Gary Herbert talks about his hopes for students and teachers as they head back to school in these unprecedented times.
With changing dates for the 2020 Census, we look at the historical and political reasons why it’s so important that we all participate. First, school starts soon for many districts, and some still trying to figure out what that looks like. Rep. Carol Spackman Moss joins to share her experience and insight as a former teacher.
The state's largest teacher's union has called for a delay in the start of in-person learning as they try to figure out the best way to keep everyone safe.
As the topic of race boils over again in this country, can people change? We hear the story of one man who believes so...and has the robes of dozens of former KKK members to prove it. Rep. Ben McAdams joins us to discuss his amendment preventing nuclear testing in Utah.
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