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Roswell's Unanswered UFO Questions

13 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Something crashed near Roswell, New Mexico, 68 years ago. The first military authorized press release stated, "RAAF (Roswell Army Air Field) Captures Flying Saucer On Ranch In Roswell Region." That's right, the military was the first to indicate it was a flying saucer. Then, they quickly said that was a mistake. Show More Summary

Florida Football: Gators' Most Important Players at Each Position

In a quick two months, the Florida Gators will open up their season against New Mexico State on September 5 in Gainesville. This season will mark the beginning of the Jim McElwain era in Gainesville, and Florida fans are anxiously awaiting...Show More Summary

Major civil forfeiture reforms just took effect in Montana and New Mexico

yesterdayHumor / odd : Boing Boing

"Yesterday, two landmark reforms took effect in Montana and New Mexico," says Nick Sibilla. "Both states now require a criminal conviction for civil forfeiture, while New Mexico went even further and banned the practice outright." Read the rest

GE to sell its global fleet assets to Element and Arval

By Euan Rocha TORONTO (Reuters) - General Electric on Monday said it agreed to sell its fleet management arm in the United States, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand to Canada's Element Financial for $6.9 billion, moving it a step further in its plan to shed financial assets. Show More Summary

G.E. to Sell Bulk of Fleet-Financing Business for $6.9 Billion

The deal to sell financing operations in the United States, Mexico, Australia and New Zealand is G.E.’s latest move in its retreat from banking.

Former coach Henson out of hospital, starting chemo

Former, Illinois, New Mexico State coach Henson out of hospital, starting chemotherapy        

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Danny Villanueva: In the June 21 California section, the obituary of Spanish-language broadcast executive Danny Villanueva said that he graduated from the University of New Mexico. He graduated from New Mexico State University. Also, a caption for a photo with the obituary misstated Villanueva's...

In Which Majority-Minority State Are Blacks Doing The Best?

By 2044, experts say the United States will become a “majority-minority” nation — the share of Whites will dip down to 49.7 percent. Currently, four states model this theory: California, Hawaii, New Mexico, and Texas. And it’s Hawaii, according to

Why Take Down a Historic Flag?

In 1983, the New Mexico State University Board of Regents forced the students to change the name of their yearbook in what many observers considered to be an act of political correctness. The publication was named after an ancient Zuni Pueblo symbol and the school had been using the same label since 1907. Show More Summary

Former White House chef Walter Scheib found dead in New Mexico

Former White House head chef Walter Scheib, who was reported missing in New Mexico’s Sangre de Cristo Mountains last week, was found dead late Sunday night after six days of searching by state police. [Missing former White House chef found dead in New Mexico mountains] Scheib, 61, set out on a four-mile hiking trail near […]

Searchers Have Recovered the Body of Former White House Chef Walter Scheib

Scheib was found Sunday night near a New Mexico hiking trail. A sad update to the story of Walter Scheib, the former White House chef who last week was reported missing after going for a hike in the New Mexico mountains. State police have announced that they recovered Scheib's body late last night in a river approximately 20 feet off the trail. Show More Summary

New Mexico Police Find Ex-White House Chef's Body - Reports

Authorities in the Southwest US state of New Mexico have found the body of a former White House chef who went missing over a week ago, local media reported Monday.

Study Suggests Sixth Mass Extinction Phase

Our Planet is Entering New Mass Extinction Phase A team of international scientists based in the United States and Mexico have published a report declaring that a sixth mass extinction event is well under way and our species is running out of time to reverse this trend through conservation efforts.  Everything Dinosaur team members have […]

This new drug war movie starring Benicio Del Toro looks intense

Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, and  Benicio Del Toro star in this drug war thriller set on the border between Mexico and the United States. It looks like a wild ride. "Sicario" comes out on September 18, 2015. Produced By Matt Johnston. Video courtesy of Lionsgate.   Follow BI Video: On Facebook   Join the conversation about this story »

Court wage ruling = fewer public projects for the state The New Mexico Supreme Court sided with unions in its interpretation of state law and ordered the state to base its prevailing wage and benefit rates for public works projects on collective bargaining agreements as called for in a 2009 change in state law. Show More Summary

Trump threatens huge tax for Mexican-built Fords

In announcing his candidacy for president yesterday, Donald Trump advocated instituting a new 35-percent tax specifically on Ford products built in Mexico and imported into the United States. Continue reading Trump threatens huge tax...Show More Summary

Bear Hunting, Mountain Lion Trapping Up for Debate in New Mexico

In a public meeting last week, animal-rights groups blasted a proposal by the New Mexico Department of Game & Fish (NMDGF) to expand bear-hunting opportunities and loosen regulations on mountain lion trapping in the state. Those opposed...Show More Summary

New York Escaped Prisoners Search Has Gone Cold, Says State Official

On Monday, a New York State Official said in a brief that the search efforts to find the two New York escaped prisoners have gone cold. The news comes just a day after the governor indicated that the inmates may be in Mexico by now.Show More Summary

Taxpayers' tab for Christie's foreign trips tops $120,000

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's office says his recent foreign trips to the United Kingdom, Mexico and Canada cost state taxpayers $123,893.04. While the trips were billed as official trade missions, they also provided the Republican governor a chance to build his foreign policy resume as he considers a run for president.

What Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Why Are Critics Upset by It?

What is the Trans-Pacific Partnership, or TPP? The short answer: a giant trade agreement between the United States, Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Chile, Malaysia, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam, Canada, Mexico and Japan. The long answer: We don't know exactly what the TPP is—"we" being the vast majority of the American people. Show More Summary

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