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News Clips | May 7-10, 2022

Supreme Court Leak Inquiry Exposes Gray Area of Press Protections

No law or written code of conduct prescribes how an investigation into the leak of a draft opinion should proceed, or whether journalists will be swept into it.

Art exhibit in France represents Utah's Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument

An echo of Southern Utah is ringing through European art galleries, where a replica of a geological wonder that mirrors both the appearance and scientific foundation of a Utah national monument is displayed.

'I knew that I needed something': One Refugee helping refugee students reach educational goals

Chrispin Sangano came to the United States 10 years ago after fleeing his home country, the Democratic Republic of Congo, to escape the Second Congo War.

Utah crash survivor beats odds, keeps promise to help people as she graduates from U. with doctorate

A crash survivor overcame all odds and graduated with her doctorate at the University of Utah on Thursday, keeping a promise she made after the crash.

Utah lawmaker’s abortion ban fails to consider the health and well-being of women, Robert Gehrke writes

If the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, Utah’s trigger law will go into effect and immediately harm Utah women.

The eyes have it: How this Lehi company has taken lie detecting to a new level

Converus, a software company headquartered in Lehi, has developed a way of looking in your eyes to determine if you’re telling the truth.

What Is Pelvic Floor Therapy? Here's How to Tell if It's Right for You

The pelvic floor is a powerhouse group of muscles and connective tissues that support many of your everyday activities.

If an NFL team landed in Salt Lake City, would you attend Sunday games?

NFL on CBS recently asked this online question: If the NFL announced a new expansion team, what city do you think most deserves it?

Huntsman Cancer Institute expands research to 4 western states

The Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah announced it will expand its services to four Mountain West states.

Homeownership on the Wasatch Front might be more of a gamble than you thought

With record-breaking price appreciation and low-interest rates over the last few years, Utah residents have looked at homeownership on the Wasatch Front as a reliable and attractive investment.

To see how Utahns’ views on abortion have evolved, let’s look at the polling data

Positions have changed, but a lot still hinges on how the questions are posed.

Are there rules to keep infotainment systems from causing distracted driving?

Just because something's built into your car, don't assume it's safe to use while driving, according to a distracted-driving researcher.

How the Lassonde Entrepreneur Institute is ushering in the next generation of entrepreneurs

Sadie Bowler has "a big vision" when it comes to the women's personal care company that she started.

2022 Student Money Survey

Attending college can be exciting but also at times scary, especially when you consider that most students aren't taught much about personal finance.

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