Behind the Headlines: Prison site short list grows shorter, audit shows DABC needs improvement, lawmaker wants to expand death penalty (5/29/15)
The Miller family pulls its land from the short list of sites for a new prison. Rep. Paul Ray wants …
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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- AP source: Hastert paid to conceal claims of sexual abuse 05/29/2015CHICAGO (AP) — Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert paid hush money to conceal claims that the Illinois Republican sexually molested someone decades ago, a person familiar with the allegations said Friday.
- Newshour: FIFA re-elects Blatter 05/29/2015Blatter wins 5th FIFA term; IS in Palmyra; Unlocking the love bridge.
- Newshour: Blatter seeks FIFA re-election 05/29/2015FIFA president Blatter seeks another term; reading the mood in Damascus; sleep used to counteract sexism and racism.
- Newshour: Borders, Oil and Power in the Middle East 05/29/2015The map of the Middle East, established after the First World War, is crumbling. Islamic State militants now control large parts of Iraq and Syria and their territorial ambitions are much wider. Is Islamic State permantly re-drawing the map, or can the traditional regional powers retain their dominance? And what are the consequences for control […]
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- Better Utah Legislative Update – Day 43