What Utah can learn from Chile about dealing with climate change and extreme weather

As the western United States faces its driest and hottest period in at least 100 years, Utah and surrounding states could learn from a country 6,000 miles south that is in an advanced stage of grappling with water scarcity and other climate disasters.

Utah residents discuss developments in Ukraine’s fight against Russia

As Ukraine sees huge new victories in their war against Russia, Utahns with connections to this fight gain hope.

BYU Alumni hosts service project for refugees in Eugene, Oregon ahead of BYU-Oregon football game

BYU Alumni hosted a tailgate before the BYU-Oregon football game on Saturday, which included a service project for refugees in the local Eugene community.

Queen Elizabeth II dead at 96 after 70 years on the throne

LONDON (AP) — Queen Elizabeth II, Britain’s longest-reigning monarch and a rock of stability across much of a turbulent century, died Thursday after 70 years on the throne. She was 96.

New UK leader vows to tackle energy crisis, ailing economy

LONDON (AP) — Liz Truss became U.K. prime minister on Tuesday and immediately faced up to the enormous tasks ahead of her: curbing soaring prices, boosting the economy, easing labor unrest and fixing a national health care system burdened by long waiting lists and staff shortages.

As Israel-Palestinian truce holds, Gaza power plant restarts

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip (AP) — With a cease-fire between Israel and Palestinian militants holding after nearly three days of violence, Gaza’s sole power plant resumed operations Monday as Israel began reopening crossings into the territory.
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