Last week’s report about the midtown campus development and the recent demonstrations in opposition to Los Alamos National Laboratory caught my attention (“LANL’s midt…

    Critics of the United States have argued for decades that our foreign policy, beneath its showy cloak of spreading freedom, is and always has been naked imperialism. I…

    A border between Finland and Russia is shedding light on how the environment might be affecting immune health. And lessons there are useful for those of us in the rest…

    When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi began impeachment proceedings against President Trump, everyone knew that she was exposing 31 of her most vulnerable members.

    We got closer than normal to hundreds of one of the tallest birds in the world, the sandhill crane.

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    Methodist Church split should set off alarm bells

    The United Methodist Church, with a U.S. membership of some 6.5 million, announced a plan to split the church because of bitter divisions over same-sex marriage and th…

    For every holiday, it seems, there must be a list. On so many lists, we in New Mexico have become resigned to landing near the bottom.

    Like so many others I know, I get up each morning on the lookout for glimmers of hope as the foundations of our world order shake in the Middle East and elsewhere. Her…

    My View Pamela Gilchrist and Kenneth E. Mayers

    Is New Mexico destined to become Rocky Flats?

    Dangerous, life threatening, make-work — paid for by our tax dollars and benefiting only military contractors, stockholders and the elite, highly paid scientists and e…

    My View Emily Jaramillo and McKenzie Johnson

    Equity councils are needed for true educational justice

    New Mexico’s public education system is in the process of being transformed, and that requires out-of-the-box thinking. The process entails reimagining what a successf…

    We have reached an increasingly dangerous time in history. Incredibly complex and powerful technology is now available to assist us in almost every task we face and to…

    New Mexico is an awe-inspiring state that has captured the hearts of people across the globe. It’s no wonder that we’re seeing tourism increase year after year in the …

      Early childhood education programs have proven to lift kids out of poverty and prepare them for success in life. As a Save the Children Action Network volunteer and in…

      My View David Dennison

      A wealth tax is unconstitutional

      Presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has campaigned on a platform that seeks to impose a 2 percent “wealth tax” on all assets above $50 million and a…

      My View Rob Black and Kurt Shipley

      Inaccurate census will jeopardize New Mexico

      As representatives of the New Mexico Association of Commerce and Industry and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of New Mexico, we’re both committed to ensuring the economic s…

      When I ended my eight years as mayor of Santa Fe, I wanted to dedicate my free time to moving our state into the renewable future that the climate crisis demands, so I…

      I don’t just use public transportation. I’m passionate about it. And like so many, it started as a necessity to get me from Point A to Point B in a way that was afford…

      My View ChristopH Neander

      Why did you support Trump?

      It’s time for supporters of President Donald Trump to come up with a good story they can tell their children and grandchildren about their support for Trump and its co…

      As the Public Regulation Commission continues hearings on the proposed shutdown and replacement of the San Juan Generating Station — New Mexico’s largest remaining coa…

      My View Guy Gronquist

      One step closer to Vladem

      New Mexico came one step closer to realizing the long-held dream of a contemporary art museum when the Santa Fe Historic Districts Review Board reported favorably on t…

      The state Economic Development Department needs a course correction. The department is proposing that the Legislature authorize $300,000 for a consultant to write a 20…

      A lot of people are going to have entertaining lives during the cattle drive known as New Mexico’s legislative session. Sure, there are the brands everyone will follow…

      I’ve written at length about how the Trump administration wanted its approach to economic statecraft to be truly transformative. The president has long held a zero-sum…

      It’s hardly the first characteristic named when listing the qualities of a successful governor. But we would argue that the ability to count matters.

      A pipeline to carry treated effluent from the wastewater treatment plant to the Buckman area near the Rio Grande could be just the ticket to ensure Santa Fe has water to serve future growth without adding demands for new water supplies.

      It’s 2020, and the Democratic Party of New Mexico has been taking time this week to talk about how our work in 2019 has prepared us for a strong start in the president…

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      Uncover the City Hall mural

        One beautiful downtown mural can be easily brought back to life for Santa Feans to enjoy again and appreciate the inspired young talent that went into it two decades a…

        On the 100th anniversary of Prohibition going into effect, thousands — if not millions — of people are in the middle of Dry January, a voluntary break from drinking al…

          The financial hardships teachers across the country suffer when purchasing classroom essentials are heartbreaking (“The desperate things teachers do to get classroom s…

          I agree completely with The New Mexican's recent editorial (“Councilors are right to flag property sale,” Our View, Jan. 10). This wonderfully located and large city-o…

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          When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi began impeachment proceedings against President Trump, everyone knew that she was exposing 31 of her most vulnerable members.

          Like so many others I know, I get up each morning on the lookout for glimmers of hope as the foundations of our world order shake in the Middl…

          My View Pamela Gilchrist and Kenneth E. Mayers

          Is New Mexico destined to become Rocky Flats?

          Dangerous, life threatening, make-work — paid for by our tax dollars and benefiting only military contractors, stockholders and the elite, hig…

          New Mexico is an awe-inspiring state that has captured the hearts of people across the globe. It’s no wonder that we’re seeing tourism increas…

          My View David Dennison

          A wealth tax is unconstitutional

          Presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., has campaigned on a platform that seeks to impose a 2 percent “wealth tax” on all asset…

          When I ended my eight years as mayor of Santa Fe, I wanted to dedicate my free time to moving our state into the renewable future that the cli…

          I don’t just use public transportation. I’m passionate about it. And like so many, it started as a necessity to get me from Point A to Point B…

          My View ChristopH Neander

          Why did you support Trump?

          It’s time for supporters of President Donald Trump to come up with a good story they can tell their children and grandchildren about their sup…

          My View Guy Gronquist

          One step closer to Vladem

          New Mexico came one step closer to realizing the long-held dream of a contemporary art museum when the Santa Fe Historic Districts Review Boar…

          The state Economic Development Department needs a course correction. The department is proposing that the Legislature authorize $300,000 for a…