The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

Politics

Presidential race tightens in Ohio

By Jed Layton, Hinckley Institute Journalism ProgramDAYTON, Ohio8212;Most of Chillicothe's Main Street was quiet and calm, but on opposite ends of the thoroughfare, two storefronts bustled with activity....

Ohio voting begins

By Jed Layton, Hinckley Institute Journalism ProgramCOLUMBUS, Ohio8212;Jose Dixon has a fear of long lines. He doesn't go to amusement parks, avoids the lunch rush and was dreading a potential five-hour...

Students canvass in Virginia, try to swing state to Obama

By Jed Layton, Hinckley Institute Journalism ProgramSULLY, VA.8212;Each door Imani Tate knocked on had a mystery behind it. Is there anyone home? Will the people be receptive? How should I talk to them?...

Wilderness Alliance says oil shale not ready

By By Isabella Bravo, Staff Writer October 3, 2008

By Isabella Bravo, Staff WriterOil companies are wondering if the development of oil shale will end America's dependence on foreign oil, said Randy Udall, an energy analyst from the Southern Utah Wilderness...

House to vote again on bailout bill today

By By Jed Layton, Gong Jietong October 3, 2008

By Jed Layton, Gong JietongWASHINGTON, D.C.8212;The U.S. Senate gave the House of Representatives another chance to vote in favor of a plan to bail out the banking industry.The Senate passed a bill Wednesday...

Bush reappoints U professor to nuclear waste board

By By Lana Groves, Asst. News Editor October 2, 2008

By Lana Groves, Asst. News EditorPresident George W. Bush reappointed U professor Thure Cerling to a discussion panel that reviews the efforts to create a nuclear waste repository in Nevada.Cerling, a...

Students, profs look forward to VP debate

By By Ryan Shelton, Asst. News Editor October 2, 2008

By Ryan Shelton, Asst. News EditorSince the now-infamous "Saturday Night Live" Sarah Palin/Katie Couric interview spoof was posted on NBC's Web site Sunday morning, nearly 3 million people have flocked...

House votes down $700 billion bailout bill

By Jed Layton, Hinckley Institute Journalism ProgramWASHINGTON, D.C.8212;In a surprising series of developments, the U.S. House of Representatives struck down a $700 billion bailout of the banking industry...

Biden commits support to Israel

By Jed Layton, Hinckley Institute Journalism ProgramWASHINGTON D.C.8212;Sen. Joe Biden assured the National Jewish Democratic Council on Tuesday that the Obama-Biden ticket is committed to Israel, and...

McCain rallies in PA, addresses economy

By Jed Layton, Hinckley Institute Journalism ProgramMEDIA, Pa.8212;John McCain spoke in Pennsylvania, a state that might turn out to be the most important in the election, on what might be the most important...