“It probably wasn’t the president’s goal to make buildings in Utah more expensive...
“Someone at the White House, presumably on the national security team, has taken a large personal risk to call attention to Trump's mysteriously cozy relationship with a strategic rival. This is just extraordinary — and extraordinarily frightening,” writes Michael Gerson.
Facebook's cherished myth that it's simply "bringing the world closer together" is becoming hard to defend.
The National Rifle Association is not afraid of our young people. We have faith in them. We hope their future is bright and and promising. We love them; they are our flesh and blood. RELATED: “Standard Deviations: Gun owners should be afraid of teenagers' newfound activism” Our...
“That the attorney general and a member of the FBI leadership were mutually investigating each other should be the stuff of a "Homeland" episode, not front-page news in a real, functioning democracy,” writes Noah Feldman.
By expanding access to contraception, Utah can save money, reduce the abortion rate and help low-income women overcome poverty. And that’s truly remarkable.
“Moving at this point would only be rational if Trump fears some thermonuclear revelation that wouldn't be survivable. It's not clear what, in the current news and political environment, that would be,” writes Rich Lowry.
As part of a initiative to be more transparent and give our readers a behind-the-scenes look into our newsroom, the Standard-Examiner is starting a weekly series answering questions from our readers called Friday FAQ.
In response to “Media has contributed to America’s moral decline, gun violence,” a letter from Scott Stanford published March 4: Most people are not calling for gun prohibition; rather, they are calling for common-sense gun control. Alcohol prohibition, which forbade production,...
The Standard-Examiner’s video — published a week after President Trump released his school safety plan — sparked some interesting conversation among commenters.
“In a hyper-partisan climate, it's easy to interpret every difference of opinion as proof of sordid motives. But if Republicans actually wanted Trump to get rid of Mueller, they would be saying so,” writes Steve Chapman.