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Even the smallest criminal record can be a life sentence of poverty

Every year, more than 600,000 Americans are released from prison back into their communities. And when they are, even a minor criminal record can make it hard to get a job and a place to live.

July 03, 2015 | Lane Anderson Deseret News | Hot Topics

Sinkholes on comet’s surface produce dust jets, study says

GOTTINGEN, Germany — The beautiful jets of dust that follow comets are generated by sinkholes, according to a new study.

July 03, 2015 | Natalie Crofts KSL | Hot Topics

Schooled by autism: 5 lessons from my special-needs sons

Raising children with special needs has taught me a lot of things, particularly about cleanable surfaces and the importance of having a large supply of chocolate on hand.

July 03, 2015 | Megan Goates Deseret News | Hot Topics

Why your child may get osteoporosis before you do

Has your child been diagnosed with something you thought only adults could get?

July 03, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | Hot Topics

6 crazy personalities you'll inherit as a mom

I was always known as the 'pretty calm one' in my family. Not a lot got me worked up, angry or stressed. But when I became a mom and certain unexpected personality traits came out, and people were ... surprised. Especially my family. Having kids brings out different sides of you, sides you may not have known you even had!

July 03, 2015 | Megan Shauri FamilyShare | Hot Topics

Parents' comparisons widen sibling differences, study says

The expectations parents have for their children could make a huge difference when it comes to sibling performance, particularly in academics.

July 03, 2015 | Jessica Ivins KSL | Hot Topics

Religious colleges on edge over tax, Pell Grant status after gay marriage ruling

Religious schools and universities that have barriers against homosexuality may be under the gun after Friday's gay marriage ruling, given both oral arguments in April and the fine print of Justice Anthony Kennedy's decision last week.

July 02, 2015 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Hot Topics

The homeless in LA aren’t getting the help they need

Being homeless isn’t easy, and the Los Angeles City Council is working to make it even harder.

July 02, 2015 | Shelby Slade Deseret News | Hot Topics

How Pixar's movie 'Inside Out' can make you better

If you haven’t seen the movie "Inside Out" yet, take the kids or your friends and go see it. Get over the fact that it is targeted toward the very young and pay close attention to what it’s trying to teach you about your brain.

July 02, 2015 | Kim Giles KSL | Hot Topics

Behind the rapid shift in public opinion on same-sex marriage

Even before the Supreme Court declared same-sex marriage a constitutional right last week, there was an aura of inevitability about the outcome that would have been hard to anticipate just seven years ago.

July 02, 2015 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Hot Topics

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July 02, 2015 | Staff report | Crime Reports

NBC to Donald Trump: ‘You’re fired’ for racist comments

Businessman and presidential candidate Donald Trump has been fired from NBC for comments he made tied to his radical stance on immigration.

July 02, 2015 | Shelby Slade Deseret News | Hot Topics

The president wants to extend overtime benefits to more people. Here's what that means

The Obama administration has announced that it will move forward with plans to expand overtime pay in what Politico has called “the most ambitious government intervention on wages in a decade.”

July 02, 2015 | JJ Feinauer Deseret News | Hot Topics

Why are so many foster kids taking psychiatric drugs?

California’s Legislature is poised to pass a law making it much harder to offer psychiatric medication to kids in foster care, responding to growing concern that foster kids get too many psychotropic medications.

July 02, 2015 | Eric Schulzke Deseret News | Hot Topics

How avoiding judgement can make you more Christlike

The number of religiously unaffiliated has increased from roughly 16 to 23 percent of the adult population, according to a study done by the Pew Research Center.

July 02, 2015 | Shelby Slade Deseret News | Hot Topics

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89-year-old WWII vet scores touchdown in alumni football game

Bryan Sperry’s still got it.

April 29, 2015 | Tyler Stahle Deseret News | Hot Topics

19 Mother's Day gift ideas for moms with infants and toddlers

Mother’s Day is about two weeks away, but Americans are already out shopping.

April 29, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | Hot Topics

Reed to take the stage at Mars on May 9

Known to most of the world as Lyle Lovett's duet and back-up vocalist, Chicago-born songstress Francine Reed has been singing professionally since she was a child in her family's gospel group.

April 29, 2015 | Staff report | Connect

Mars to welcome bluegrass legend Dr. Ralph Stanley

When legends come to mind there is one star that shines above them all that is none other than the country and bluegrass icon Dr. Ralph Stanley.

April 29, 2015 | Staff report | Connect

GFB starts Foundation for Agriculture

Georgia Farm Bureau members held their inaugural gala last month for the GFB Foundation for Agriculture at the Evergreen Marriott Resort in Stone Mountain Park. Rolling Stones keyboardist Chuck Leavell, who grows timber with his wife, Rose Lane, on their middle Georgia farm, performed at the event.

April 29, 2015 | Staff report | Business

The health risks of being single

The decline in marriage rates has been shown to have possible negative economic implications, as The Deseret News National has reported several times. But according to medical researcher Angelo E. Volandes, the shift away from stable family structures could have unexpected ramifications on our national health as well.

April 29, 2015 | JJ Feinauer Deseret News | Hot Topics

One thing that is needlessly holding some students back from making more money

More and more, researchers are finding the impact of college has been misconstrued. While the mass media narrative has trended away from the importance of a degree, studies are finding that a college education might be more useful now than at any time in recent memory.

April 29, 2015 | JJ Feinauer Deseret News | Hot Topics

As Sierra Leone emerges from Ebola crisis, new innovations are helping poor villages

A year after Ebola devastated swaths of Sierra Leone, killing more than 10,000 people in the region, life in the West African nation is slowly returning to normal. While the deadly pathogen has not been completely eradicated, the number of new cases has slowed to a trickle, and when the country's president, Ernest Bai Koroma, visited Washington this week, he said it was time to turn the focus beyond Ebola.

April 29, 2015 | Kimberly Curtis Deseret News | Hot Topics

Top 15 Christian leaders in America

Newsmax released its annual list of the top 100 Christian leaders in America this week. The list shows people in America who spread Christian values most often.

April 29, 2015 | Herb Scribner Deseret News | Hot Topics

7-year-old boy discovers ‘platypus’ of dinosaurs

BIRMINGHAM, England — A recently discovered dinosaur appears to be an “evolutionary jigsaw puzzle,” researchers said.

April 29, 2015 | Natalie Crofts KSL | Hot Topics

How Facebook is good and bad for friendship

When California writer Sharael Kolberg and her family decided to cut back on social media and cellphone use, she expected there to be some challenges keeping up with family and friends.

April 29, 2015 | Chandra Johnson Deseret News | Hot Topics

Have You Seen This? Hiker catches volcano eruption on camera

THE VOLCANO — Last week, Chile’s Calbuco volcano erupted not once but twice in just 24 hours.

April 29, 2015 | John Clyde KSL | Hot Topics

Learning through video games: Department of Education seeks to harness technology for teaching

The Department of Education hosted a Games for Learning Summit in New York City this month, reports Tech Times, bringing together educators, student and parents as well as video game producers and publishers in an effort to find the best way of harnessing technology for education.

April 29, 2015 | Leslie Corbly Deseret News | Hot Topics

Robots are changing the economy even more than you think

How are we supposed to feel about robots? Not the kind that infiltrate governments and threaten to obliterate mankind, but the kind that are revolutionizing the labor market in the 21st century.

April 29, 2015 | JJ Feinauer Deseret News | Hot Topics

Half of Ph.D. students are depressed, new study says

While it’s easy to think that Ph.D. students have it pretty good — after all, people with doctoral degrees are likely to earn an average of $3.4 million throughout their professional life — recent research indicates that Ph.D. students view their own futures with a bleak eye.

April 29, 2015 | Tyler Stahle Deseret News | Hot Topics

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