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  1. The Death of a ProphetRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 5 | The Atlantic

    But when thousands of Mormons line up next Friday on Salt Lake City's Temple Square to pay their final respects to Thomas S. Monson, the late president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, who exactly will they be saying goodbye to? In the days since Monson's death, much of the press coverage has couched the LDS leader's legacy in the context of culture war, or politics, or institutional infighting. The New York Times obituary , for example, defined his life's work by the things he didn't do-such as his refusal to alter the church's stances on same-sex marriage and female priesthood ordination.


  2. 45 Crazy Days: Selling Obamacare in the Era of TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 22 | The Atlantic

    For the six weeks leading up to December 15, the work calendar of Laura Holdrege, a health-care navigator in Salt Lake City, Utah, was booked solid. She and her colleagues at the Utah Health Policy Project worked overtime helping people sign up for insurance on


  3. The Winter Getaway That Turned the Software World Upside DownRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2017 | The Atlantic

    Snowbird, Utah, is an unlikely place to mount a software revolution. Around 25 miles outside Salt Lake City, Snowbird is certainly no Silicon Valley; it is not known for sunny and temperate climes, for tech-innovation hubs, or for a surplus of ever eager entrepreneurs.


  4. In Unprecedented Move, Trump Shrinks Two National MonumentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 4, 2017 | The Atlantic

    On Monday afternoon, President Trump signed two presidential proclamations that will reduce the boundaries of Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante, two national monuments located in Utah. Never before has a president reduced a national-monument designation made by a predecessor by such large margins.


  5. Orrin Hatch Tells Friends He Plans to RetireRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 27, 2017 | The Atlantic

    SALT LAKE CITY, Utah-Senator Orrin Hatch has privately told allies in Utah that he is planning to retire at the end of his term next year, and if he does, Mitt Romney intends to run for his seat, according to five sources familiar with the situation. "Nothing has changed since The Atlantic published a carbon copy of this same story in April, likely with the same anonymous sources who were no more informed on the Senator's thinking than they seem to be now," said Dave Hansen, a spokesperson for Hatch.


  6. Radio Atlantic : Russia! Live with Julia Ioffe and Eliot A. CohenRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2017 | The Atlantic

    What might Vladimir Putin have hoped to achieve by meddling in the election of President Trump a and what did he actually get? According to the U.S. intelligence community, this much is settled fact: Russia intervened in the 2016 presidential election in favor of Donald Trump. But beyond that basic consensus, much remains unknown, the subject of multiple investigations by FBI director Robert Mueller and Congressional intelligence committees.


  7. The Limits of Education's Promise of SuccessRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2017 | The Atlantic

    One of the most commonly taught stories American schoolchildren learn is that of Ragged Dick, Horatio Alger's 19th-century tale of a poor, ambitious teenaged boy in New York City who works hard and eventually secures himself a respectable, middle-class life. This "rags to riches" tale embodies one of America's most sacred narratives: that no matter who you are, what your parents do, or where you grow up, with enough education and hard work, you too can rise the economic ladder.


  8. The NBA's Latest Attempt to Promote Competition: $200-Million ContractsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 17, 2017 | The Atlantic

    What does it take to keep a basketball player from leaving his team? Some Utah Jazz fans are hoping a billboard will help. With the team's season over, its 27-year-old star Gordon Hayward is eligible to enter free agency and likely to entertain enormous contract offers from several teams in July.


  9. A Decade Later, a Patient Finds Out Her Genetic Test Was WrongRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2017 | The Atlantic

    In the mid-2000s, when Vicki Rieke's mom was being treated for her second bout of colon cancer in a hospital out of state, doctors suggested it was time to get tested. Colon cancer can be genetic, but it is also one of the more preventable cancers.


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