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Former US senator foresees little action on climate change
"Until a majority of our political leaders can be persuaded that more Americans are concerned about it, we are not going to get much action out of Washington," said Jeff Bingaman, a US senator from New Mexico for 30 years and former chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee.
Las Cruces Sun-News
Reception Thursday afternoon to mark fifth anniversary of Paleozoic Trackways National Monument
LAS CRUCES >> A reception to mark the fifth anniversary of the establishment of the Prehistoric Trackways National Monument, in the Robledo Mountains west and north of Las Cruces, will be from 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. today, Thursday, April 10, at the Las Cruces Museum of Nature and Science, 411 N. Main St. A plaque will be presented to retired U.S.
Peaceful demonstration planned at Trinity
This year, more than the usual tourists may end up at the Stallion Gate entrance to White Sands Missile Range Saturday on the annual tour date for the Trinity Site.
2014 looks as bad for Democrats as 2012, and how did that year turn out?
When Human Events last looked at the 35 states in which voters are choosing U.S. Senators this fall, we concluded that "Republicans are brimming with confidence about gaining at least the four seats they need" to turn the Senate's present 53-to-47 seat Democratic edge into a GOP majority.
D'Antonio named to lead water use project
Former Environmental Department Secretary John D'Antonio has been named to direct implementation efforts resulting from a new study on water use in New Mexico.
SWNM Border security task force meets today
New Mexico's border communities can rest assure the Southwestern New Mexico Border Security Task Force has your attention.
28 years as right-hand man for Sen. Johnson
The campaign war room was littered with half-eaten slices of cold pizza while nervous political staffers sipped cans of soda pop.