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We didn’t leave Boy Scouts, they left us, says Latter-day Saint apostle

By Gary Fields and Brady Mc Combs | The Associated Press 1d ago

This week in Mormon Land: A push to quote more female leaders, a plea to study even painful family history

David Noyce By David Noyce 2d ago

Mexico killings renew calls to legalize polygamy in Utah and elsewhere

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle 2d ago

‘Mormon Land’: A look at how Latter-day Saint polygamists ended up in Mexico and how their legacy endures to this day

By The Salt Lake Tribune 3d ago

LDS Church denounces Arizona official’s adoption scheme

By The Associated Press 5d ago

Two science societies removed BYU job postings over the school’s Honor Code ban on ‘homosexual behavior'

Courtney Tanner By Courtney Tanner 5d ago

Robert Kirby: When I was a kid, good behavior in LDS Primary was secondary

Robert Kirby By Robert Kirby 6d ago

Is religion off-limits on the job? What the law says may surprise you.

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack 6d ago

Families plan to move out of Mormon community in Mexico, but for some it won't be easy to leave

Nate Carlisle By Nate Carlisle November 9

Commentary: What the media isn’t saying about the history of Mormon polygamy in Mexico

By Barbara Jones Brown | Religion News Service November 8

Commentary: No, the Mormon polygamists in Mexico are not part of Ervil LeBaron’s church

By Lindsay Hansen Park | Religion News Service November 7

Mexican killings spotlight the twists and turns in the history of Mormon polygamy

By Brady McCombs | The Associated Press November 7

This week in Mormon Land: More Christmas vending machines for charities, a Latin American fiesta and a Central American agreement

David Noyce By David Noyce November 7

Site named for St. George’s second Latter-day Saint temple

By The Salt Lake Tribune November 6

‘Mormon Land’: Unlike many faiths, the LDS Church is growing but not like it used to. A look at the hot spots and cold ones.

By The Salt Lake Tribune November 6

Global Muslim leader brings push for peace and tolerance to meeting with top LDS leaders, other Utah officials

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack November 6

Victims in Mexico killings trace their religious roots to early Mormon polygamy

By Christopher Sherman | The Associated Press November 5

Former LDS Church leader pleads guilty to photographing undressing woman

By The Associated Press November 5

Jana Riess: Members criticize LDS Church curriculum’s treatment of slavery in the New Testament

By Jana Riess | Religion News Service November 5

Former LDS Church Historian Dean Larsen, ‘calming presence’ during Hofmann bombings, dies at 92

Peggy Fletcher Stack By Peggy Fletcher Stack November 5

St. George LDS Temple closes for three years to undergo renovation

By The Salt Lake Tribune November 4

Robert Kirby: I believe there are five kinds of testimonies

Robert Kirby By Robert Kirby November 3

This week in Mormon Land: An apostle’s Oxford return, a matriculating Messiah and an African American museum

David Noyce By David Noyce October 31

‘Mormon Land’: Psychology professor discusses conversion therapy, sexual fluidity and gender identity

By The Salt Lake Tribune October 30