Why faith leaders and the federal government will be in court this week defending the tax code
In Gaylor v. Mnuchin, a group of atheists and agnostics is challenging ministers' right to avoid paying taxes on housing benefits.
Pregnant women are largely left out of drug research. Should this change?
Even though a majority of women take some sort of medicine during pregnancy, there is little research on how drugs affect a developing child because pregnant and nursing women are largely excluded from clinical trials. Should this custom change?
Why Oslo's 'greedy method' may be the answer to Utah's air pollution woes
We sent Deseret News reporter Erica Evans and photojournalist Spenser Heaps to Oslo to find out if Norway holds the key to Utah's pollution problem.