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Hatch Calls SCOTUS Filibuster Unprecedented, But Plenty Of History For Judicial Fights

To hear Utah Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch tell it, Democrats’ filibuster of Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is an unprecedented maneuver that goes beyond the pale.

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Through the Lens: God Knows Where I Am

Join RadioWest and the Utah Film Center April 12 for a screening of the documentary GOD KNOWS WHERE I AM, the story of a mentally ill homeless woman who left behind a powerful diary of her struggle.

The Moth is coming to SLC

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Iceland: The Land of Fire & Ice

Travel to Iceland with fellow KUER listeners, July 24th to August 1st

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President Trump's updated executive order, the one restricting travel from six Muslim-majority countries, is blocked for now.

But administrators at Northeastern University in Boston aren't taking any chances.

"We're in a state of limbo," says Mike Armini, who oversees government relations. "We don't quite know what's going to happen next, so we've advised them to stay here," he says, talking about the 250 Northeastern students from those six countries.

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