SALT LAKE CITY — Here’s a look at the news for July 3.

Did U.S. money pay for torture, killings and rape? Utah Rep. Rob Bishop wants to know.

Salt Lake D.A. gets extension to file charges against suspect in Mackenzie Lueck’s death.

Father of teen who fatally overdosed on ‘pink’ opioid sues Park City police, school district.

Report: Utah Jazz agree to one-year deal with free agent guard Emmanuel Mudiay.

Josh Terry: Does ‘Forrest Gump’ hold up 25 years later? I watched it to find out.

NBA veteran Darren Collison is stepping away from basketball to focus on his faith. Is there precedent for his decision?

A look at our politics coverage:

Utah Democrats, Republicans readying for 2020 under new leadership Utah Sen. Mitt Romney criticizes Trump for defending Saudi prince accused in journalist’s death Romney just got a primer on international religious freedom from Ambassador Sam Brownback In our opinion: After the first Democratic debates, here’s what to look for

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A look at our most-popular stories:

Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell sees this offseason as summer of separation entering Year 3

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‘Help’: Photos show hundreds of migrants squashed into cells, appealing for assistance (Julia Ainsley and Annie Rose Ramos, NBC News)

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