The Salt
4:25 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

Eaters Worldwide Are Skeptical of Manufacturers' Health Claims

A woman with her son checks labels on fruit drinks in a store in Manila, Philippines.
Pat Roque ASSOCIATED PRESS

We members of the global food village seem to have something in common: We're pretty darned skeptical food manufacturers' health claims.

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Presidential Race
4:04 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

Gingrich Campaign Rides A Financial Roller Coaster

Casino owner Sheldon Adelson and his wife, Miriam, at the Marina Bay Sands complex in Singapore in June. The Adelsons have donated $5 million each to the pro-Gingrich superPAC Winning Our Future.
Roslan Rahman AFP/Getty Images

Originally published on Tue January 24, 2012 5:43 pm

Newt Gingrich's presidential campaign celebrated his win in the South Carolina Republican primary with a so-called money bomb, a fundraising push to raise as much as possible.

It was a success. But its importance also shows the precarious financial state of Gingrich's campaign.

Spokesman R.C. Hammond says the campaign first set a target of $1 million, then doubled it and met it, all within 48 hours.

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The Two-Way
4:00 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

Live Blog: 'No Bailouts, No Handouts, No Copouts,' Obama Will Say

President Obama delivers his annual State of the Union address before a joint session of Congress.
Jim Watson AFP/Getty Images

Originally published on Thu November 15, 2012 3:33 pm

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Utah News
3:47 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

State Water Rights and Nuclear Power

The fate of a proposed nuclear power plant in Utah’s Emery County is now in the hands of the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission, following the state’s approval of two water rights applications for the Blue Castle Holdings project on the Green River. Although some environmental and citizens’ groups have been swift to condemn that decision, Utah State Engineer Kent Jones with the Division of Water Rights says they had to be approved under law if certain criteria were met. So what went into the decision to approve the requests after they were submitted more than two years ago?

Commentary
3:29 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

Would You Like Some Dog Lips?

Steve Eaton opens up about getting older and wondering what people are really trying to say to him.

Access Utah
3:24 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

The History of Human Rights for Persons with Disabilities

The Center for Persons with Disabilities at Utah State University is celebrating 40 years in existence at the university. To accompany the celebration, there is currently an exhibit at the university library that follows the history of human rights for persons with disabilities. Tom Williams is joined by key staff members from the Center on today's Access Utah.

More information on the topic can be found at http://www.cpdusu.org.

 

Utah News
3:11 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

Bill Passed to Limit Classroom Size

If the first day of the 2012 legislative session is any indicator, it appears lawmakers intend to keep their word to make education a top priority. Yesterday, a bill that would limit class sizes in Kindergarten through 3rd grade passed unanimously out of committee despite concerns the money should be spent elsewhere. KCPW’s Jessica Gail reports on what the bill could mean for Utah’s schools.

Weather
3:05 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

A.M. Forecast - Tuesday 1/24

The latest from the Utah Climate Center...

The Two-Way
3:04 pm
Tue January 24, 2012

Apple Sold 37 Million iPhones Last Quarter, 7 Million More Than Expected

Originally published on Tue January 24, 2012 3:22 pm

Apple's just-released financial results for the quarter ended Dec. 31 have some eye-popping numbers:

-- "Record quarterly net profit of $13.1 billion," double the $6 billion of the same quarter a year earlier.

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