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Australians Are Deeply Concerned About U.S. Proposals For The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement.

The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) is a trade agreement between 12 Pacific nations; Australia, New Zealand, the United States, Japan, Singapore, Chile, Brunei, Vietnam, Peru, Malaysia, Canada and Mexico. Negotiations began...Show More Summary

It's green chile time in Southern California, here's your complete guide to roastings

Green chile may well be the state vegetable in New Mexico, but it looks like Southern California may be annexing a major part of the harvest.

Court Rules On Rifle Purchases In Border States ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – A federal appeals court has ruled that gun dealers in New Mexico and southwestern border states must tell authorities if someone buys more than two semi-automatic rifles in five days. The decision comes after Ron Peterson Firearms of Albuquerque and two other gun shops filed a lawsuit in 2011, challenging a […]

The 5 best and worst states for a well-lived life

How long can a baby born today in Missouri, New Mexico, or Minnesota expect to live? What wages and salaries are typical of Latinos in the United States, and how do they compare to those of whites or African Americans? What's the proportion...Show More Summary

Washington State

It's year three of the Mike Leach experiment at Washington State. Leach doubled the victory total from year one to year two and got the Cougars into the New Mexico Bowl, where they somehow lost a 22-point lead and the...

Wheeler Peak in Sangre De Cristo Mountains, New Mexico

At least six mountains in the southwestern United States are named after George Montague Wheeler, who led expeditions to map the vast area. New Mexico's Wheeler Peak is the highest point in the state at 13,167 feet above sea level. Already...Show More Summary

Satellites show massive Southwest groundwater loss

6 days agoNews : The Newsroom

Groundwater losses from the Colorado River basin appear massive enough to challenge long-term water supplies for the seven states and parts of Mexico that it serves, according to a new study released Thursday that used NASA satellit...

Border Crisis: Central American Churches Try to Keep Children Home

Pastors in the United States and across Central America and Mexico have a new message: do not send kids to the border.

How to Invest in the Opening of Mexico's Oil Market

The Mexican Senate has finally signed off on a bill that will end almost 80 years of state monopoly on oil production. Which stocks are the most likely to get in on this new market?

Voting rights and wrongs

Went to a great voting rights panel at Netroots Nation. Nina Turner is running for Ohio Secretary of State and Maggie Toulouse Oliver is running for New Mexico Secretary of State. Jocelyn Benson ran for Michigan Secretary of State in 2010. Candidates running for Secretary of State will discuss voting rights issues that come up [Read more...] This space reserved for your ad.

Should Redskins change their name? New Mexico says ‘meh’

NICKNAME CONTROVERSY: Critics want the Washington Redskins to change the team’s name but a poll in a state with a large number of Native Americans shows support for the nickname. By Rob Nikolewski ? New Mexico Watchdog SANTA FE, N.M. — New Mexico has one of the largest number of Native Americans of any state,...

Amber Alert: James Wilkins and Michael Standingbear missing from Las Vegas, NM Mother, Davina Wilkins, took them during a supervised visit

Amber Alert: New Mexico State Police searching for 2 children Amber Alert issued for 8-year-old, 6-month-old Amber Alert issued for two Las Vegas, NM children Amber Alert issued out of Las Vegas, N.M. New Mexico Amber Alert Issued For 2 Children

Colorado State

Colorado State is on an upward trend under Jim McElwain, who enters his third season as coach with a 12-14 record. But eight of those victories came in 2013, including a 48-45 victory against Washington State in the New Mexico...

NM: Cabinet Secretary Joins Train Ride

Tom Church, state Cabinet secretary, will represent the administration and join Joe Boardman, Amtrak's president and chief executive officer, on a train ride through Northern New Mexico on Saturday that aims to spotlight the endangered Southwest Chief route.

Taxpayer Funds Paid for Anti-Religious, Pro-Atheist 'Darwin Day,' Claims Intelligent Design Group

Did a state funded New Mexico museum pay for an anti-religion atheist event in February? Those are the allegations that Evolution News and Views, a publication sponsored by the pro-Intelligent Design group, the Discovery Center, has made.

BMW Confirms Mexican Plant

Just a week after Infiniti and Mercedes-Benz confirmed plans to build cars at a new plant in Mexico, BMW has confirmed that it will do the same. BMW’s Mexican plant will be located in the state of San Luis Potosi and will start building cars in 2019. It will have a capacity of 150,000 units annually and will cost $1 billion to establish. BMW...

Veteran Reportedly Dies Waiting for an Ambulance in VA Hospital

3 weeks agoNews : Mediaite

A United States Veteran died this week after he collapsed inside a VA hospital in New Mexico and had to wait for an ambulance, which took about a half an hour to get there.

New Mexico school shooter to be confined until age 21

A 12-year-old New Mexico boy who shot two students in his Roswell middle school was sentenced Wednesday to remain in state custody until he turns 21, the maximum allowed under state law.

Gary Johnson, Ex-Libertarian Presidential Candidate, To Become CEO Of Marijuana Company

Gary Johnson, former New Mexico governor and 2012 Libertarian presidential nominee, will be taking the chief executive role at a Nevada-based company that develops and supplies marijuana products for pot-friendly states like Washington and Colorado, according to Reuters. Johnson’s appointment as CEO of Cannabis Sativa Inc is in conjunction with the company’s merger with Kush,

BMW Mexico Plant To Build 150,000 Annually

Though BMW may announce Thursday where in Mexico it will build its second North American plant, sources close to the matter said the plant will pump 150,000 units annually into auto trains bound for the United States. Automotive News Europe also reports a Mexican government official claimed the new plant would come with a €1 […]

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