In Friday’s impeachment inquiry, Marie Yovanovitch discussed the hollowing out of the State Department under President Donald Trump.
The subpoena from the Manhattan district attorney is seeking Trump’s tax returns back to 2011 from his accounting firm as part of a criminal investigation.
The “shared stewardship” agreement will help the state have a greater role in decision-making and management practices regarding its national forests, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham said.
A spokesman for the Attorney General’s Office wrote in an email that a grand jury “agreed with our position that this child abuse case is appropriate for criminal prosecution.”
The Public Education Department cited three major deficiencies: leadership instability, failure to comply with the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and violations of the state Open Meetings Act.
Many politicians will say “no comment” to certain questions, but add that they’re willing to answer if it’s off the record. Better to turn them down then be dragged into those murky waters.
“There’s a ton of blame to go around here,” said Christopher Knittel, director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Policy at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Management.
LAS CRUCES— Las Cruces police said a man suspected of fatally stabbing his wife has been released from a hospital and booked into the Doña Ana County Detention Center.
Lawyers on both sides of the drunken-driving case against state Sen. Richard Martinez are asking a state district judge to delay the trial for about a month.
The hazmat team found slight traces of a volatile organic chemical compound in the lobby area of the post office that could not be identified and appeared to have evaporated.