The combination of two frightening natural phenomena might bring to mind Sharknado, but stormquakes are real and not dangerous.
Data scientists at Los Alamos National Laboratory study data from wide-ranging, public sources to identify patterns, aiming to predict trends that could threaten global security.
Disability is part of everyone’s culture; it impacts all of us, according the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, with 1 in 4 American adults reporting a disability.
“This year’s Nobel laureates in physics have painted a picture of the universe far stranger and more wonderful than we ever could have imagined,” said Ulf Danielsson of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences.
Because U.S. health spending is so high — almost 18 percent of the economy and over $10,000 per person per year — even small percentages in savings translate into huge dollars.
LOS ANGELES — Virgin Galactic says it has been contracted by the Italian air force for a suborbital research flight aboard its winged rocket ship.
The agency increased production quotas for oxycodone production by about 400 percent from 2002 to 2013, despite evidence that opioids were being overprescribed and misused.
Larry Behrens, a former spokesman for Gov. Susana Martinez as well as a spokesman for House Republicans, now works for Power the Future. No, t…
According to Merriam-Webster, whoever she is, the phrase “silly season” is defined as “a period (such as late summer) when the mass media ofte…
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham and the state Motor Vehicle Division might not realize it, but they just gave me an early birthday present,
“Never forget.” That’s a message we heard repeatedly last week on social media — and even anti-social media — around the 18th anniversary of t…
Last week, after returning from a fun vacation in New Orleans — great food, voodoo and, best of all, music everywhere — a story on one of my s…
Zack Stalberg, now retired in Lamy, was the legendary Daily News editor who killed a story about a man’s claim of killing Jimmy Hoffa.
It might not — in fact, probably won’t — make things better overnight, but it’s the path the school absolutely has to take.
While their enthusiasm may have been a little misdirected, there was no denying that a small part of Denmark has a soft spot for Santa Fe Indian School football.
It’s impossible for me to accept the claim of Veronica García, Santa Fe’s superintendent of schools, who says she could do her job well while also serving in the state Senate.
For too many years, the children of New Mexico have ranked at or near bottom for well-being outcomes.