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A case study at the University of New Mexico shows the likelihood that a Great Depression could once again devastate the United States unless the political stalemate in Washington dissolves.
Do You Know Which Congress Members Are Criminals?
Whose policies do more to help the poor?
Erin Milligan presented at the New Mexico Angels and STC.UNM Technology Showcase Luncheon discussing a new compound to treat chronic neuropathic pain.
NASA today officially announced that Mars rover Curiosity has fired its infrared laser more than 102,000 times.
A sheriff's deputy is in critical condition after authorities say he was struck by a vehicle while directing traffic on a snowy New Mexico highway.
Tyrosine appointed a new CEO but others are hiring for all kinds of positions too! Check it out! Tyrosine Pharma Names Seasoned Industry Exec Laslie President and CEO ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., December 4, 2013 - - Tyrosine Pharma, Inc., has announced the appointment of Wayne Laslie as president and chief executive officer.
She has a skip in her step that makes you want to join her in a snaking line dance at a celebration, or to participate in a worthy cause.
Gov. Susana Martinez said Monday she will ask the state Legislature to approve $600,000 in grant funding to expand the use of telemedicine services in New Mexico's rural areas.
Banner Health Clinic on Main Street in Fort Morgan invites community members to welcome our newest team of providers on Thursday, Dec. 5, 4-6 p.m., at the clinic located at 500 Main St. Tejas Tripathi, MD, and Charles Lehman, MD, will be on hand to meet community residents and share information about their practices.
Five-month-old Jackson Farrey was buried in the desert almost a month before the body was found and his parents were arrested in Michigan, prosecutors said this morning during a bond reduction hearing for the father.
The video looks like it should be on National Geographic, but instead Stanford students are using their high-speed cameras for research.
Dr. Roland Cooper poses with graduate student Stephanie Huezo in a labratory at Dominican University in San Rafael.
The governor proposed Monday that the money be used for buying and installing equipment and computer technology, such as teleconferencing video systems.
's greatest gift to the world may well be the legion of wonderful musicians whom he mentored during his tenure at the New England Conservatory.
"Beginning with "a piA ata in a pine tree" and culminating in "doce angelitos celebrando" , the double-page spreads each contain a pronunciation guide for both gifts and numbers."