What to know about Trump’s upcoming Senate impeachment trial

Former President Trump will be tried in the United States Senate beginning Feb. 9 after the House of Representatives voted to impeach him. Here is what you need to know.

Grappling with governing: Sen. Mike Lee’s view of Trump from ‘unelectable’ to ‘Captain Moroni’

The following is a timeline of Lee's statements regarding Trump's presidency and policies from late 2015 to the present.

Grappling with governing: Turbulent relationship comes to a halt as Sen. Mitt Romney condemns Trump

Senator Mitt Romney faces increased opposition from Republicans as he continues to condemn President Trump's actions. He blamed the Capitol violence on Trump and was heckled by Trump supporters in the Salt Lake Airport.

Grappling with governing: Rep. John Curtis made Trump earn support

Republican Rep. John Curtis has given mixed feedback throughout Donald Trump's presidency, from disapproval of his personal conduct to condemning his protesting supporters.

Grappling with governing: Rep. Burgess Owens positive Trump won election

Newly-elected Rep. Burgess Owens opposed the Electoral College vote from Pennsylvania and has consistently sided with Donald Trump's claims that he won the presidential election.

Race and Christianity event to be held by BYU campus groups

BYU campus organizations are sponsoring a two-day, virtual lecture on race and Christianity.
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