Commentary Paul Krugman

How softies seized the Fed

Who should lead the Federal Reserve? President Joe Biden faced a difficult choice. Should he reappoint Jay Powell, a monetary dove who believes that the current inflat…

Living with Children

Dealing with a runner

Question: My almost 4-year-old daughter is generally well-behaved except for screaming and running away from me when we leave a store, the library, etc. before she’s r…

If we want to quickly achieve our targets for clean electricity generation, we need to be sure PNM has the capital, financing and technical expertise it needs.

British owner of Ben & Jerry's Unilever has said it rejects the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions movement against Israel. 

Commentary Wendy Johnson

We can combat the surge in COVID

The frustration is palpable. We were supposed to be done with this, back to normal, able to travel, gather with friends and family, and go out to nightclubs and movies…

Living with Children

Forget it or force it

Question: I recently changed my almost 4-year-old son’s preschool. My son, once fearless, has become reluctant to simply get out of the car in the morning and go into …

The details are ghastly: Henry Ruggs III, former wide receiver for the Las Vegas Raiders, slammed into an SUV driven by Tina Tintor, 23, early Tuesday morning. Ruggs w…

Commentary Daniel Yergin and Peter Tirschwell

Supply chain crunch isn't going anywhere

Recently, President Joe Biden assumed the unofficial title of supply chain manager in chief. He proposed a “90-day sprint” to try to untangle the gigantic snags in glo…

The child tax credit underwent a major overhaul this year, increasing in size (to as much as $3,600 per child, depending on age), the number of families eligible (now …

The serious effects and ongoing threats from climate change are all too real, and they are becoming increasingly apparent right here in New Mexico.

A new campaign is a community-led effort to educate the public and engage historically disenfranchised New Mexicans in taking part in the public hearings hosted by the newly formed Citizens Redistricting Committee.

Commentary Mark Allison and Jesse Deubel

Conservation investments will help economy and environment

With an influx in federal stimulus dollars and a state budget surplus predicted for the upcoming legislature, our leaders have a once-in-a-generation opportunity to put conservation dollars to work in impactful ways.

It has been a ruinous year for the legacy of Marcus Whitman, a white Protestant missionary tomahawked to death by Cayuse warriors near present-day Walla Walla, Wash.

The Santa Fe Community Foundation, working with several partners from around the Santa Fe area, wants to provide “Opportunity Youth” with internships that allow them to develop their unique skills and interests and and don't just assign them rote tasks.

Thirty-six hours before my flight to Virginia to visit family, a friend texted to say she had tested positive for the coronavirus. We’d just had dinner together, indoo…

Commentary John M. Barry

So how does the pandemic end?

In the near future, likely before Christmas, 90 percent or more of the U.S. population will have considerable — but not perfect — immunity to the coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2.

Living with Children

Fixing our parent-view

Most of the problems today’s parents are experiencing in the course of raising children are due to a faulty “parent-view.”

Ignited Minds' mission is to help New Mexico middle and high school students to advance their academic achievement and self-esteem through school success.

Physicians are taught to treat their patients with compassion. The patient who needs dialysis due to lifestyle choices should be treated just as kindly as the one whos…

Question: My two young teens are constantly begging me to buy them clothes. It’s become highly annoying. After reading your book on teenagers, I’ve decided to stop buy…

Commentary Jessica Velasquez and Socorro Linden

N.M. must remain a haven for reproductive health care

On Sept. 1, a Texas law banned abortions after six weeks — before most women even know they’re pregnant. The law allows individuals to sue abortion providers and anyon…

Commentary Louis King and Jerry McAfee

Interrupting violence, one lawn chair at a time

On May 28, Gloria Howard, an elder with Shiloh Temple, opened a lawn chair and sat down on one of the most dangerous street corners in north Minneapolis. Every day sin…

Back in 2012, when helping form the Santa Fe chapter of the Green Chamber of Commerce, the emerging board of directors spent many hours debating whether to be an organ…

It’s all over the web, that “grit” thing. Seems like every day, I get some promo for a webinar on how to get more grit, project more grit or get in touch with your inn…

I never dreamed of being a professional 9/11 survivor. I dreamed of being an architect. I was, in fact, sitting in an architectural drawing class at Stuyvesant High Sc…

The annual Sturgis motorcycle rally in South Dakota is America’s largest bike rally, a 10-day blowout, with attendance this year exceeding 250,000. It was also a serio…

The overwhelming white evangelical support for Donald Trump is a puzzle that will occupy historians for generations. How can the religious right, a movement that trump…

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The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 611— representing members who build, operate, and maintain power generation faciliti…

The front page of the Nov. 4 Portland, Maine, Press-Herald shows a photo of an enormous power shovel tearing up trees to cut a swath through m…

Teaching our children the difference between right and wrong is always easiest when we lead by example. Our kids will mimic good behavior, and…

The 2018 noncompliance of the city of Santa Fe with the District Court-ordered Settlement Annexation Agreement of 2012 was discussed at the Se…

My View Doug Majewski

If not Avangrid, then who?

If you have been paying attention to the changes in our environment, both locally and globally over the past decades, and the increasingly acc…

The governor was reined in when she tried to unilaterally spend billions of dollars in public money without public input or legislative approval.

My View Jonathan Juarez-Alonzo

New Mexico must rise to climate challenge

After another nightmare year of record temperatures, catastrophic wildfires, flooding, hurricanes droughts, and species loss — we ask ourselves, will New Mexico rise to this climate moment?