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News Clips | November 30, 2022

Three Utah cities listed among best college towns in nation

Three Utah cities were named among the best towns for college students by WalletHub. Salt Lake City was ranked No. 5 in the nation among midsize cities and Provo and Orem ranked No. 3 and No. 5 respectively for small cities.

Letter: Let’s ensure our lawmakers are working to enforce the Global Methane Pledge

It is obvious that our air is toxic when we see ugly brown smog obscuring our mountains, but there is an invisible and deadlier air pollutant we breathe every day.

Preserving Salt Lake City's Fisher Mansion

The Utah Theater fell, but an iconic west side residence will live on as a riverside attraction.

Here’s my guess: Neuralink will unveil a vision implant at today’s “show and tell”

Elon Musk’s brain interface company is planning an event to show its latest efforts to connect brains and computers.

What Do Strategy Experts Think of Elon Musk’s Twitter Blue Policy?

To put it lightly, it’s been an eventful month at Twitter. After acquiring the social media company for $44 billion and becoming the owner and CEO on Oct. 27, Elon Musk introduced major changes to the organization—including laying off more than half of its workforce—with the ultimate goal of transforming Twitter into an “everything app” akin to WeChat.

Having More Sex Partners Does Affect Your Marriage Chances, New Study Finds

Even in 2022, premarital sex can be a subject of controversy. While it's certainly become the norm for people to have sex outside of marriage, some individuals still hold off until they've put a ring on it—whether for religious reasons or because they believe having too much sex before marriage could somehow affect their prospects.

The North Korean nuclear threat, explained

Why does Kim Jong Un need an atomic arsenal?

'Died Suddenly' repeats debunked COVID-19 vaccine claims, promotes conspiracy theory

A new anti-vaccine movie, “Died Suddenly,” recirculates debunked claims and promotes unsubstantiated conspiracy theories about COVID-19 vaccines.

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