Behind the Headlines: Swallow faces new charge, prison move draws critics, SLC east side lacks cops (5/22/15)
Prosecutors line up witnesses and file a new money-laundering charge against former Utah Attorney Ge…
Contemplating a 24-Hour Public Library in the Heart of Salt Lake
Today on the program, host Jason Mathis discusses the idea of keeping the downtown Main Library open…
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour: Where Have All the Soldiers Gone?
The Hinckley Institute Radio Hour (Air date: May 27, 2015) - Professor Cheyney Ryan believes that pe…
The Bottom Line: Sara Jones, Women Tech Council & Applicant Pro
The Bottom Line – Sara Dansie Jones is CEO of Applicant Pro - a software firm that simplifies the hi…
The Rundown: 2014's Record-Breaking Global Temperatures
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reports that 2014 could very well end up being t…
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- Timeline of the career of ex-US House Speaker Dennis Hastert 05/28/2015CHICAGO (AP) — A federal grand jury has accused former U.S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert of agreeing to pay $3.5 million in hush money to keep an unidentified person silent about "prior misconduct" by the Illinois Republican. Before the indictment handed down Thursday, Hastert was remarkable for being a little-known state lawmaker from suburban Chicago […]
- Newshour: FIFA corruption crisis 05/28/2015Blatter denies scandal responsibility; Al-Nusra leader outlines strategy; Pocket optician
- Newshour: FIFA president under siege 05/28/2015Pressure grows on FIFA president Blatter; Tony Blair's Middle East role assessed; why do women join Islamic State?
- Newshour: FIFA arrests 05/27/2015World reacts as FIFA officials arrested on charges of corruption. We hear from the US, England, Brazil, Russia, and South Africa.
- Political Cornflakes: NSA Phone Spying Program Ruled Illegal
- Political Cornflakes: President Obama Visits Utah
- Salt Lake City Selected as 8th Google Fiber City
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- Better Utah Legislative Update – Day 43
- An Overhaul for Salt Lake’s Parking Meters