How some Christians find God in Bryce Canyon and other national parks
A group known as A Christian Ministry in the National Parks hosts worship services each summer weekend in more than 25 national parks.
Do Mormons support small business owners who refuse to serve the LGBT community?
There is no U.S. religious group in which a majority of its members favor religiously based service refusals, according to a new report.
Analysis: What Georgia and Maine could teach Utah about the Chaffetz special election
Utah's election system is a work in progress, but other states have faced similar challenges. Here's how two of them are dealing with them.
The rise of the darknet fuels illicit drug trade
As soon as one illicit substance is banned, chemists at clandestine labs slightly tweak the molecular structure to produce something intended to deliver a similar high.
Nervous about your Muslim neighbors? Then invite them over for dinner
Shared meals can play a meaningful role in reducing tensions between political parties and religious groups.
From Mormon kid to alleged drug kingpin: Inside the rise and fall of Aaron Shamo
Special report: The illicit drug trade is undergoing a seismic shift, with Utah in the middle of the deadly trade of the opioid fentanyl. This is the first in an ongoing series about this modern-day plague.