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Trump Would Need to Dramatically Alter Map to Win

Wall Street Journal: “So to triumph, Mr. Trump will have to alter the electoral map in historically dramatic ways. He will have to wrest away not just a few states—like Colorado, Virginia, Nevada or New Mexico—that went with Mr. Obama [...]

UK's Hammond says new initiative needed for Syria talks

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said on Monday he was deeply concerned about the state of the ceasefire in Syria and that a new initiative was needed to keep dialogue alive, after a sharp escalation of violence in the city of Aleppo.

New Mexico Human Services denied food assistance to hungry families with less than $100

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Five New Mexico state workers admitted last week that they denied food assistance to needy families after being pressured by superiors. According to KTRK, five workers at the state’s Human Services department told a federal court that they falsified records to claim that families applying for...

College Football Countdown: No. 118 New Mexico State

Orlando Sentinel college insider Matt Murschel ranked all 128 Football Bowl Subdivision teams in the country entering the 2016 season. The Sentinel staff takes a closer look at a new team daily, counting backward from No. 128 to our projected No. 1 team. Today at No. 118: New Mexico State Coach:...

Weir named new men's basketball coach at New Mexico State

New Mexico State has announced the hiring of Paul Weir as the men's basketball head coach        

Paul Weir to be hired at New Mexico State

Paul Weir has been named the next head coach at New Mexico State. Weir has spent the last nine years on the Aggie staff, five of them as Marvin Menzies’ associate head coach. The Aggies reached the NCAA tournament in five of those seasons. Menzies accepted the UNLV head coaching position after Chris Beard left […]

The Cruz-Kasich Pact Is Pretty Much Worthless

Ted Cruz and John Kasich went public on Sunday with a plan to ostensibly divvy up three of the remaining states on the Republican calendar—Indiana to Cruz; Oregon and New Mexico to Kasich—in the latest last-ditch effort to block Donald Trump from the nomination. Show More Summary

The Kasich-Cruz deal: "Mr. Kasich won’t compete in Indiana; Mr. Cruz won’t compete in New Mexico and Oregon."

"When you consider the delegate rules of these states, it’s an arrangement that could give the non-Trump candidates a much better chance of denying Mr. Trump the nomination," muses Nate Cohn at the NYT. [T]he whole Republican contest could come down to Indiana. Show More Summary

Cruz and Kasich Deal Already Fraying

Donald Trump is reveling in the seemingly quick demise of the deal between Cruz and Kasich to divvy up Indiana, New Mexico and a few other states hoping to stop Donald Trump from being the Republican nominee. The agreement, in which the two... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

The unintended consequences of the Cruz-Kasich pact

The main purpose of the pact between Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) is to keep the delegates from the states in question — Indiana, Oregon and New Mexico — out of Donald Trump’s column. Whether intended or not, there are other ramifications. For starters, as we originally noted, it emphasizes the degree […]

This One Tweet Shows why the Cruz-Kasich Deal Will Not Work

As I stated this morning, this deal that Cruz and Kasich have cut to divvy up Indiana, New Mexico, and Oregon will not be enough to prevent Trump from getting the nomination. The main reason for that is that John Kasich is an incurable...Show More Summary

Medical roundup

After residents’ access to Texas care is threatened, New Mexico passes law making clear that care given in other states is subject to those states’ laws, not N.M.’s [Texas Alliance for Patient Access, earlier] Shkreli notwithstanding, “the big news about generic drugs is good news. Show More Summary

Mexico's new ambassador to U.S. sees ties neglected, vows action

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico has failed to pay proper attention to its relationship with the United States and will be more proactive in countering negative publicity it has suffered during the U.S. election campaign, its new ambassador to Washington said on Thursday.

Tighter enforcement along the US-Mexico border backfired, researchers find

The rapid escalation of border enforcement over the past three decades has backfired as a strategy to control undocumented immigration between Mexico and the United States, according to new research that suggests further militarization...Show More Summary

Planned Parenthood Accused of Having Nurse Illegally Perform Abortions in Violation of State Law

A New Mexico Planned Parenthood is being accused this week of breaking the law by allowing a nurse to prescribe chemical abortion drugs to patients. The pro-life group Protest ABQ said it filed a formal complaint with the New Mexico Nursing Board this week, alleging nurse practitioner Vivianne Clark performed more than 200 illegal abortions […]

New Mexico: Social media to broadcast lenient DUI sentences

The state will pay staffers from Mothers Against Drunk Driving to monitor court hearings by judges who are routinely lenient in drunken driving cases, Republican Gov. Susana Martinez announced Tuesday. The program joins others nationwide...Show More Summary

New Mexico GOP Caves To Trumpertantrum; Changes Their Rules To Help Donald Trump

Donald Trump's non-stop series of emotional meltdowns are taking a toll on state GOP officials and they are caving to his demands The post New Mexico GOP Caves To Trumpertantrum; Changes Their Rules To Help Donald Trump appeared first on RedState.

State Department Prohibits U.S. Diplomats From Traveling To Acapulco Due To Increased Violence

In a new travel warning for Mexico, the U.S. State Department forbids American diplomats from visiting Acapulco, Mexico's most violent city.

New Observations of the Milky Way --"Show Some of the Most Violent Phenomena in the Known Universe"

The United States and Mexico constructed the High Altitude Water Cherenkov (HAWC) Gamma-ray Observatory to observe some of the most energetic phenomena in the known universe--the aftermath when massive stars die, glowing clouds of electrons around rapidly spinning neutron stars,...

Sports Briefing | College Basketball: U.N.L.V. Hires New Mexico State’s Marvin Menzies

The university moved swiftly to hire a new basketball coach after Chris Beard’s sudden exit.

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