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The U.S. may soon see its first transgender senator and member of Congress, as two transgender women are running for Congress as Democrats. In Utah, Misty Snow, a 30-year-old Salt Lake City native, will run against incumbent Republican Sen. Mike Lee after defeating Jonathan Swinton in the Democratic primary by nearly 19 percent. Comment?
Mitt Romney once jumped into the ring to fight a former heavyweight champion. The itch to get back into the ring returned, this time as a fictional wrestler. Comment?
Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox gave a heartfelt apology to the LGBT community in a vigil in Salt Lake City Monday that was held for the victims of Sunday's mass shooting in Orlando, Fla. Comment?
One reason voters like to see candidates debate is that, at least in more conventional campaigns, these occasions sort out the thinkers from the poseurs, the candidates that have substance from those who are empty vessels making noise. The public does not necessarily want to elect a wonk who can fully describe the workings of, for example, the Department of Veterans Affairs. Comment?
The GOP presidential candidates will debate in Salt Lake City, Utah, on March 21, which comes one day before voters in Utah, Arizona and American Samoa cast their ballots. The end of March debate would come after half of the delegates have been chosen, meaning the RNC's debate committee likely expects a long fight still to come for the nomination. Comment?
Paris-bound Air France flight 65 was diverted to Salt Lake City shortly after taking off from Los Angeles Tuesday evening due to a bomb threat, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. President Obama said he told Russian President Vladimir Putin that if Moscow changes its bombing targets in Syria, Russia and the U.S. can cooperate militarily in the war-torn nation. Comment?
People dressed as zombies will fill the streets this Halloween night, but what if zombies were more than just normal people in face paint and tattered clothes, and were real? Employment site CareerBuilder fittingly ranked 53 of America's largest metropolitan areas to determine what cities give people the best chance of survival. Based on factors like population density, industrial resources, skilled labor concentration and medical facilities, the "totally necessary and 100 percent practical" report ultimately found that Boston gives people "the highest chance of surviving a zombie apocalypse." Comment?
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