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Trump calls Romney a 'stone cold loser' after the Utah senator was booed at a Utah GOP conference

Donald Trump delighted in Romney being booed off stage at a GOP convention, calling him a "stone cold loser." Joe Raedle/Getty Images; Susan Walsh-Pool/Getty Images Donald Trump on Sunday celebrated Sen. Mitt Romney being booed at a Utah GOP convention. Trump called Romney a "stone cold loser" and a "RINO" - an acronym for "Republican in name only." Romney was booed at the conference hours before an attempt to censure him for voting for Trump's impeachment failed. See more stories on ...
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Opinion: Why Republicans booed Romney

Republican Senator Mitt Romney still doesn't get how low his party has sunk. That was painfully obvious when the Utah Senator was "lustily booed" -- as the Salt Lake Tribune put it -- on Saturday by a large swath of the over 2,100 GOP delegates who attended the party's state political convention.
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Romney Booed At Utah GOP Convention Before Vote To Censure Him Fails

The Utah Republican Party's resolution to censure Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) for his votes to convict former President Trump failed during the party's organizing convention after the senator was booed at the event. The vote narrowly failed 711-798, according to the Salt Lake Tribune. [Author: Summer Concepcion]
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Mitt Romney loudly booed and called a 'traitor' at Utah's GOP conference over his opposition to Trump

Sen. Mitt Romney addresses the Utah Republican Party 2021 Organizing Convention Saturday, May 1, 2021, in West Valley City, Utah. AP Photo/Rick Bowmer Utah GOP conference delegates booed Sen. Mitt Romney on Saturday. Romney faced anger for his opposition to former President Donald Trump. "You know I was not a fan of our last president's character issues," said Romney See more stories on Insider's business page. Utah Sen. Mitt Romney was loudly booed when he took to the stage at a...
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'Real Housewives' star Jen Shah arrested and charged with wire fraud - Salt Lake Tribune

"Real Housewives" star Jen Shah arrested and charged with fraud.
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The Salt Lake Tribune to Consider Removing Booking Photos

The Salt Lake Tribune has announced that it will start taking requests from people who want their names or images removed from previous coverage.
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6 of the 7 GOP Senators who voted to convict Trump are facing blowback and formal censures back home

Senator Susan Collins, a Republican from Maine. Al Drago for The Washington Post via Getty Images Almost all of the GOP Senators who voted to convict Trump are receiving blowback back home. Several are facing formal censures from local or statewide Republican parties in their states. Only one, Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska, is up for reelection next year in 2022.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Nearly all of the seven Republican Senators who voted to convict Trump ...
Tags: Utah, Politics, News, Washington Post, Senate, Politico, Trends, Pennsylvania, Gop, Maine, Alaska, Mitt Romney, Nebraska, Republican Party, Bill Cassidy, Susan Collins


What Sen. Mike Lee told me about Trump's call the day of the Capitol riot

Salt Lake Tribune political correspondent Bryan Schott originally broke the story about former president Donald Trump mistakenly calling...
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Utah Lawmaker Reintroduces ‘Constitutional Carry’ Legislation

Legislation has been introduced in Utah to allow for “constitutional carry” of concealed sidearms without a permit. (Dave Workman) U.S.A. –-(AmmoLand.com)- Utah State Rep. Walt Brooks (R-St. George) has once again introduced legislation to allow concealed carry without a permit, and this time he reportedly has a commitment from Gov. Spencer Cox to sign the bill if it hits his desk. Brooks’ House Bill 60 will be on the table when the Utah Legislature convenes Jan. 19. An earlier effort to allo...
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The History of "The Greatest Snow on Earth"

“There’s no business like snow business!” If you’ve ever paid attention to anything related to skiing or snowboarding in Utah, you’ve doubtless heard the oft-repeated slogan: “The Greatest Snow on Earth.” Few realize the colorful (and contentious) history of the beloved phrase—it’s quite a tale!  The phrase "The Greatest Snow on Earth" first appeared in the Sunday supplement of Home Magazine tucked inside The Salt Lake Tribune in the 1960s. It was written by skiing editor Tom Korologos. The Ut...
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Health experts are warning spiking coronavirus cases are overwhelming hospitals nationwide

A nurse puts on her PPE before tending to a COVID-19 patient on October 21, 2020 in Essen, Germany. Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images Hospitals are issuing warnings that they will not have adequate supply levels or people power to care for patients as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases continues to surge nationwide. Hospital officials in Texas, Montana, Idaho, Utah, and elsewhere are taking steps to limit or spread out their services and resources. At the height of the pandemic in March, e...
Tags: Health, Utah, Science, News, Trends, Hospital, United States, Idaho, Donald Trump, Trump, Midwest, Tribune, Salt Lake Tribune, Gary Herbert, El Paso Texas, Mountain States


The 10 US states with the lowest salaries for public school teachers

Grant Halverson/Getty Images Salaries for New York and California teachers in public elementary and secondary schools are two of the highest salaries for this occupation in the US, according to 2018-2019 data from the National Center for Education Statistics. But there are quite a few states that make low pay relative to other states and DC.  In the 2018-2019 school year, teachers in Mississippi made an average of $45,574, the lowest average annual salary for public school teachers nation...
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Utah police frustrated with anti-law enforcement sentiment

After months of protests around the nation over racial injustice in policing, police groups in Utah say they have grown frustrated with rhetoric they describe as unfair and called for The Salt Lake Tribune to apologize after it published an editorial cartoon linking the Ku Klux Klan with law enforcement. Police supporters staged a protest outside the Tribune’s printing press Thursday night after the Utah Sheriffs’ Association, and Republican U.S. Rep Chris Stewart demanded that the paper retrac...
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LAFC loses reigning MLS MVP Carlos Vela to knee injury

Carlos Vela made his long-awaited return to the Los Angeles Football Club lineup Saturday, but the excitement level was subsided as he left the field with an injury in the second half . Saturday was Vela’s first game since March 8. Vela, who missed the MLS is Back Tournament last month to remain home with his wife during her pregnancy, left the game against Galaxy in the 57th minute and coach Bob Bradley speculated that it was an MCL injury. Tuesday, Bradley confirmed what he expected: Vela suff...
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Develop a Strong He-Man Voice by Using the Voice Nature Gave You

With our archives now 3,500+ articles deep, we’ve decided to republish a classic piece each Friday to help our newer readers discover some of the best, evergreen gems from the past. This article was originally published in November 2011. Have you ever listened to a recording of your voice and cringed? Perhaps you were surprised about how nasally or high-pitched it was, or how hard you were to understand. Perhaps in that moment you wished for a manlier, more pleasant-sounding voice. A deep, stro...
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Police Officer Fired After Allegedly Mishandling Explicit Photos of Slain University of Utah Student

The Salt Lake Tribune had reported that the officer had downloaded, shared and bragged about the photos
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‘I’m Not Scared’: She Faces Life in Prison After Allegedly Buying Red Protest Paint

Madalena McNeil is accused of buying red paint before a protest. Under aggressive new criminal charges, it could mean she spends the rest of her life in prison.McNeil, 28, was among four people charged Tuesday for their alleged actions at a July Salt Lake City, Utah, protest over a district attorney’s decision that the fatal police shooting of a young man was justified. Protesters allegedly splashed red paint on the DA’s office, broke windows, and hung signs calling for justice for the slain man...
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Morning Docket: 07.13.20

* The mayor of Bridgeport, CT, is suing Delta Airlines for being bitten by a dog during a flight. This sounds like a law school civil procedure hypothetical. [USA Today] * A Utah prosecutor's office was damaged by protesters after police officers were cleared in a contested shooting. [Salt Lake Tribune] * Robert De Niro's lawyer claimed in a proceeding involving De Niro's ex-wife that COVID-19 has caused the actor to experience financial issues. Guess De Niro can always use Cameo to pick up...
Tags: Utah, Supreme Court, Law, Washington Post, Nbc News, Delta Airlines, Maxwell, Robert De Niro, Trump, Bridgeport, Salt Lake Tribune, Ghislaine Maxwell, De Niro, Bridgeport CT, Morning Docket, President Trump


SUV plows into BLM protest in NYC's Times Square, similar potentially deadly attacks happening around U.S.

“#BreakingNews an SUV just plowed through protesters on 42nd street in #manhattan Still assessing injuries if any. More on ⁦@NY1⁩ #blacklivesmatter #nycprotest more on ⁦@NY1⁩,” tweeted NY1 news reporter Ruschell Boone [@RuschellBoone] at 10:19pm New York Time. #BreakingNews an SUV just plowed through protesters on 42nd street in #manhattan Still assessing injuries if any. More on ⁦@NY1⁩ #blacklivesmatter #nycprotest more on ⁦@NY1⁩ pic.twitter.com/RMs1tsc2zT — Ruschell Boone (@RuschellBoone)...
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Hotline newsletter: Pac-12’s history of social tolerance provides an opportunity to separate itself from Power Five peers

*** The Pac-12 Hotline newsletter is published each Monday-Wednesday-Friday during the college sports season and twice-a-week in the summer. (Sign up here for a free subscription.) This edition, from June 16, has been made available in archived form. Moment in Time The societal push for racial equality has impacted college football, where athletes are empowered, the establishment is on notice and the bell tolls for past prejudice. At Iowa, the longtime strength coach was fired after complaint...
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Police Officer Shared Nude Photos of Student Before She Was Murdered, Lawsuit Says

The parents of Lauren McCluskey contend that a campus police officer disseminated explicit images of the University of Utah student that had been used by her killer to blackmail her.
Tags: Utah, News, Privacy, Sex Crimes, Police Brutality, Salt Lake Tribune, University of Utah, McCluskey, Colleges and Universities, Misconduct and Shootings, Dating and Relationships, Suits and Litigation (Civil, Lauren McCluskey, Lauren (1997-2018


Pac-12 Hotline: Should football coaches isolate key players?

*** The Pac-12 Hotline newsletter is published each Monday-Wednesday-Friday during the college sports season and twice-a-week in the summer. (Sign up here for a free subscription.) This edition, from June 5, has been made available in archived form. Isolate To Avoid Isolation Oklahoma State players returned to campus this week; three reportedly tested positive for Covid-19. Alabama players returned to campus this week; five reportedly tested positive. There will be more positives this month a...
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Morning Docket: 05.27.20

* A teenager dubbed "Baby Al Capone" is being accused in a lawsuit of stealing tens of millions of dollars in cryptocurrency. Geraldo Rivera should see what's in this kid's vault... [New York Post] * A lawsuit about a teacher being fired because students had access to a topless photo of her has been allowed to proceed. [Newsday] * A class action against grill manufacturer Traeger went up in smoke because a class has not yet been certified in the matter. [Salt Lake Tribune] * A New Jersey ju...
Tags: New York Post, Law, Bitcoin, United States, New Jersey, Abc News, Robot, Cryptocurrency, ABA Journal, Salt Lake Tribune, Geraldo Rivera, Newsweek, Traeger, Newsday, Al Capone, Eastern District of Texas


Morning Docket: 03.19.20

* Three Utah County prosecutors have resigned after a defense attorney paid for their tickets to see the Utah Jazz. If you're going to forfeit your job over some graft, it should be way more valuable than some measly basketball tickets... [Salt Lake Tribune] * The attorney at the heart of the New Rochelle COVID-19 cluster is awake and recovering well. [New York Post] * Netflix is facing a lawsuit filed by the prosecutor involved in the infamous Central Park jogger case because the Netflix s...
Tags: Utah, New York Post, Law, South Park, Netflix, Katy Perry, Baltimore, Theranos, Central Park, Central Park Jogger, Salt Lake Tribune, Utah County, Baltimore State, New Rochelle, Christian Post, Morning Docket


Trial testimonies begin in Washakie Renewable Energy biofuel fraud court case

In Utah, The Salt Lake Tribune reported that the trial and testimonies have started in the case of the multimillion-dollar biofuel fraud involving Washakie Renewable Energy in the U.S. District Court for the District of Utah. Jacob Kingston’s testimony has him blaming Lev Dermen who has pleaded not guilty, for escalating the biofuel fraud that resulted in Kingston receiving $470 million with millions of that going to Derman. Thursday was Kingston’s second day on the witness stand and according t...
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Warren Buffett Is Selling His Newspaper Empire After Lamenting Industry Is ‘Toast’

Warren Buffett is getting out of the newspaper business. Berkshire Hathaway Inc. agreed to sell its BH Media unit and its 30 daily newspapers to Lee Enterprises Inc., which owns papers including the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, for $140 million in cash. Lee has been managing the papers for Buffett’s company since 2018, and Berkshire is loaning Lee the money for the purchase. Buffett, who got a job delivering papers as a teenager and invested in the industry to capitalize on its one-time local a...
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Court rules against woman charged after stepchildren saw her topless

Utah judge refuses to overturn lewdness measure in case of Tilli Buchanan, who removed her top while hanging drywallA judge refused to overturn part of Utah’s lewdness law on Tuesday in a blow to a woman who is fighting criminal charges after her stepchildren saw her topless in her own home.Judge Kara Pettit sided with prosecutors who argued that lewdness is commonly understood to include women’s breasts in American society, the Salt Lake Tribune reported. Judges should not second-guess what law...
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Breasts are 'lewdness', Utah judge rules in humiliation for 'topless at home' mom

In the Mormon-controlled quasi theocratic state of Utah today, a judge refused to overturn part of our state's lewdness law Tuesday, dealing another publicly humiliating blow to a woman who is fighting criminal charges for being topless in her own home. Mom Tilli Buchanan was charged after she and her husband removed their shirts to avoid dirtying their clothes while they hung drywall in their garage in a Salt Lake City suburb a few years ago. Charges against her were filed when her stepchild...
Tags: Utah, Post, Gender, Crime, News, Law, Colorado, Sexism, Associated Press, Salt Lake City, Free The Nipple, Breasts, Buchanan, Salt Lake Tribune, American Civil Liberties Union of Utah, Jessica Miller


Utah Lawmakers Investigate Approval of ‘Wildly Inappropriate’ Political Vanity Plate

(SALT LAKE CITY) — Utah lawmakers want to know how a license plate with the phrase “DEPORTM” got approved despite state rules against expressing contempt for any race, religion or political opinion on vanity plates. While people have the right to freedom of speech, the messages that appear on license plates are different because they must be approved by the state, said Republican Sen. Daniel Thatcher. “If someone put a bumper sticker on a car, I would shake my head and keep walking,” he sai...
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The Salt Lake Tribune's switch to nonprofit status may inspire other newspapers to do the same

Struggling newspapers across the country are asking: How long can we stay in business? With profitable days disappearing in the rearview mirror, should we secure our financial prospects by formally converting to nonprofit status?
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