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Two types of leaders fundamentally transform the societies they lead – great statesmen and great tyrants.By Gary C. Lawrence
In a recent address, President Obama used a first-person singular pronoun – I, me, my, mine – 199 times in 40 minutes, or about once every 12 seconds. By comparison, Abraham Lincoln did not even once refer to himself in the Gettysburg Address.By Gary C. Lawrence
Last week the New York Times ran an article discussing the rise of Mormon authors and the genres they prefer to write. This is one author's response to that article.By Tristi Pinkston
If new medical treatments could slow the aging process and allow people to live decades longer, to at least 120 years old, would you want to have the treatments?By the Pew Research Center
The geographic origins of new legal permanent residents in the United States have shifted markedly during the past two decades, according to a new Pew Research Center analysis of U.S. government data on immigration.
Why would the Church not support the BSA decision to allow gay young men in the program? After all, a young man can be gay and pass the sacrament, so why should his sexual orientation keep him from obtaining a merit badge?By Erin Ann McBride
The Pew Forum has released the results of two new studies regarding Mormonism and the American public.
Out of all the religious denominations included, members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints emerged as the most religious of any specific religious group in America. Jews were found to be the least religious.
A visit by the campaign team to the villages raises concerns about available drinking water.By Marissa Coutinho Samake
Changing fields: Returned missionary college football players find new opportunities to share gospel