“Baptisms by proxy” are a way to ensure that family members who weren’t Mormon in life can enter the Kingdom of Heaven.
As unlikely as it seems, this "soaking" and "jump humping" are sex acts that horny teenagers perform to remain virgins in the eyes of god.
The new Netflix docuseries covers the compelling backstory behind the bombings that shook Salt Lake City in 1985.
Bravo's latest franchise in their 'Real Housewives' canon has left quite a few members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints angry.
Brigham Young University's rule change seemingly opened the door for LGBTQ students to come out. With the policy reversing course, some of those students are considering transferring.
The university's honor code opened the door to let LGBTQ students come out at the Mormon institution, but the change seems to have been disconcertingly brief.
A Mexican Police Chief Was Arrested in Connection With the Massacre that Left 9 Members of a Mormon Family Dead
Fidel Alejandro Villegas, the police chief of the municipality of Janos, Chihuahua, is suspected of having ties to organized crime.
The man was arrested in Agua Prieta, on the Mexican border with Arizona, with four assault-style weapons, spent magazines, high-caliber ammo, and two people bound and gagged in his car.
There are six children among the dead, members of the LeBaron family say.
Inspired by the show 'God Friended Me,' I tried to change my life by following the instructions of the big man upstairs.
"Trunk or treating" has been a thing in some corners of America for decades, but it seems to be gaining a new foothold in cities where community has frayed.
For its second year, the dry campus of Brigham Young University celebrated the annual holiday with a whole lot of chocolate milk.