Instead of being convicted on two felony accounts for placing bids and disrupting an auction for pristine wilderness, DeChristopher should have been receiving our nation's highest honor
In the name of austerity, newly elected Wisconsin Republican Governor Scott Walker is attempting to stamp out public workers' collective bargaining rights. But despite his dire claims, his state had been coping better than most.
Very few wild, relatively pristine lands remain in the lower forty eight states. And less than half of them lie within protected areas. The rest of these scarce wild lands are vulnerable to abuse.
There are several efforts under way to gut last year's landmark health care legislation. The best known of these is the lawsuit brought by the attorne...
While high schools around the country are cutting expensive courses, students in Utah high schools this fall may have access to every AP course.
In 2008, Tim DeChristopher bid $1.7 million for 22,000 acres of land that would have been used for oil and gas drilling. He did not have the funds. Last week, I had the chance to ask him about his upcoming trial.
On the heels of Sundance's glittery 2011 Film Festival, an orgy of celebrity, celluloid, chalet styling, and (some) sport, I offer a first-timer's assessment of the scene.
America's mayors, in their annual state of the village speeches at local libraries, chambers of commerce and community centers, are compelled to keep it real.
With the snow piling up in the Northeast and the Sundance Film Festival in full swing, we look to Franco and friends for a few pointers on how to look cool while staying warm.
The Amangiri hotel in Utah is the perfect place for a short getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life and offers spa treatments and detox menus to wow even the most experienced of health-gurus.
Utah has become the next ground zero in the immigration battle. A new bill mimics Arizona's SB 1070 and incorporates pieces that effectively legalize racial profiling and institutionalized discrimination.
"Saving" the daisy is not the regulatory triumph Times readers were encouraged to believe: It's actually a case of bureaucratic bumbling and regulatory malpractice.
For years, international acclaim has seemed to to escape Park City despite its dedicated following. But that may all be changing now.
Legislators in Red States throughout the country are coming up with laws that rival Arizona's SB 1070. Here's the skinny on what's been proposed, so far.
The West, rich in renewable energy, can pioneer the way to a 75- to 100-percent renewable future.