February 21, 2019

Past News

Flu season peaks with widespread cases in US but falls short of last season’s intensity (Tuesday 19 February, 2019)

Following a record-breaking flu season of 2017-18, this flu season is currently not showing the same type of intensity at its secondary peak.

SeaWorld San Diego guests stranded on stalled gondola ride for hours (Tuesday 19 February, 2019)

“We were honestly just prepared for the worst,” said one man who was on the ride with his son.

LDS Artwork That Anyone Struggling with Depression Needs in Their Life (Tuesday 19 February, 2019)

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is full of talented artists that we all celebrate. In each of our church buildings, you’re likely to find many beautiful illustrations of the Savior

‘The Israeli Flag Will Soon Fly on the Moon’ : Israel to Send First Spacecraft to the Moon (Tuesday 19 February, 2019)

This Friday, Israel will send its first spacecraft to the moon, a feat President Rivlin calls “Zionism at its finest.”

Walmart’s improvements drive spike in online, in-store sales (Tuesday 19 February, 2019)

Walmart’s Opens a New Window. fourth quarter earnings Opens a New Window. topped Wall Street Opens a New Window. estimates amid concerns that a slew of investments from the world’s largest retailer to both its online platform and brick-and-mortar locations is weighing on margins.

Church Expands New Women Garment Style to Include Maternity, Nursing + More (Tuesday 19 February, 2019)

The women’s stretch cotton garment line is being extended to include maternity styles, a nursing top, and a midcalf bottom, available immediately in the U.S. and Canada.

Kim Jong Un goes after opponents of US-Korea ties with jail and executions, report says (Tuesday 19 February, 2019)

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has targeted opponents of his diplomatic efforts with the U.S. and South Korea by jailing them, sending them out of the country, and even executing them, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Students present at Religious Education Student Symposium (Tuesday 19 February, 2019)

BYU students presented papers on a religious subject of their choice at BYU’s 21st Annual Religious Education Student Symposium on Friday, Feb. 15.

The Black Woman Who Served an Unprecedented Church Mission to Help Reduce Segregation, Prejudice in the Church (Tuesday 19 February, 2019)

Martha Ann Jane Stevens Perkins Howell stood with dignity and determination as an African-American member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints between the slave years and the beginning of the Civil Rights movement in the United States.

Latter-day Saint young women in Tennessee share hijab gifts with Muslim friends (Tuesday 19 February, 2019)

Anna Hughes knows the sting of religious discrimination and bigotry.