Facebook will now ask users to rank the news organizations they trust most

Facebook declared changes on Friday that will ask users to rank the news organizations they trust most. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg stated in a Facebook post that the company will conduct surveys as a way to combat fake news and misinformation. He stated the company doesn’t want to determine the trustworthiness of news sources on […]

Provo exhibit reveals the art and complexity of pop-up books

PROVO — Visitors to the city library will get to view the art, creativity and engineering behind a few of their favorite pop-up books with the free traveling exhibit “Wizards of Pop: Robert Sabuda & Matthew Reinhart.’ This exhibit, that runs over March 27, will be open at the Attic at Academy Square, located on the […]

We have the first plot synopsis for upcoming ‘Solo’ Star Wars film

SALT LAKE CITY — The new Han Solo-centered Star Wars film merely got punched into hyperdrive. Star Wars released the first few details about the upcoming “Solo: A Star Wars Story” film, that will chronicle the fresh years of Han Solo. Here’s the first synopsis we’ve received. “Board the Millennium Falcon and journey to a […]

Dave Ramsey says: Tips on renting to people members

Dear Dave: I have cousins who are thinking about moving back to Connecticut from Virginia. They’ll be renting for a while, and I have an unoccupied rental house. Do you think renting to people is a bad idea? — Katherine Dear Katherine: Renting to people can work out merely fine, as long as there are […]

Amy Choate-Nielsen: When facing a new year, swim upstream

I consider conflicted this time of year. I don’t decorate much, except at Christmas time. I love shades of silver and red, I love the smell of a freshly cut tree, and I love all of the little touches that remind me of the reason I celebrate the season. But sometimes, as I walk around […]

Erin Stewart: Is fear stifling your creativity?

Years ago, I decided I was going to write a novel, get published and change the world. Six years into this whole “hey-I-think-I’ll-be-an-author!” thing, my “books” are simply Word docs on my laptop, and all my naïve assurance has scattered. Faced with this reality, I have recently allowed myself a brief, but intense, pity side […]

Michelle Singletary: Don’t spend more than you can afford for your child’s college

WASHINGTON — The acceptance envelope from Towson State University was pretty cool. Featuring a picture of the bronze tiger mascot, it simply stated in bold lettering, “You’re In!” One down and two more schools to hear from ahead of my daughter Jillian gets to decide where she’ll attend college. She’s the last of my three children […]