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  • Why some conservative media stars are cussing like sailors and Democrats
  • Meet Tom McCourt, the bard of Carbon County
  • Red-hot Utes are playing for something bigger than themselves
  • Church donates $2 million to First Americans Museum in Oklahoma
  • BYU leaves Big 12 territory searching for answers after second-straight setback derails promising season
  • President and Sister Nelson — and Elder and Sister Uchtdorf — share ‘heartland’ counsel to Latter-day Saints in Kansas, Oklahoma
  • Utah football report card: Utes’ second-half performance is a masterpiece
  • Utah State football report card: Aggies don’t grade well despite win over UNLV Rebels
  • BYU football report card: The Cougars were hit and miss in loss to Baylor
  • Opinion: Is Evan McMullin a threat to Sen. Mike Lee?
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Word of the Day
  • inured
    Definition: (adjective) Made tough by habitual exposure.
    Synonyms: hardened.
    Usage: Doctors become inured to death.

This Day in History

This Day in History
  • Women in Canada Finally Recognized as "Persons" (1929)
    In the early 20th century, Canadian women were often prohibited from hearing court testimony deemed inappropriate. Emily Murphy protested and became the first woman magistrate in Canada—and all of the British Empire—but her rulings were often challenged because women were not legally considered "persons." Murphy and four other women, the "Famous Five," submitted a petition for constitutional clarification. The subsequent Persons Case granted Canadian women personhood. What else did it establish? Discuss