Santa Fe’s three harm reduction programs supply people with clean needles, naloxone and other supplies to reduce the harms that come with injecting substances. However…

    Newly appointed City Clerk Kristine Bustos-Mihelcic has a big job ahead of her, transforming the office under an intense spotlight.

    Planting another half-trillion trees, according to the authors, could reduce atmospheric carbon by about 25 percent.

    The state of Georgia has delivered the United States from divided government — saving the nation from a GOP-led Senate that almost certainly would have brought effecti…

    A presidency that began with a bleak speech about American carnage overtaking the land has ended with insurrectionists in the U.S. Capitol, interrupting the business o…

    U.S. Rep. Yvette Herrell didn’t wait to be sworn in as a member of Congress before taking an anti-democratic stance that insults the people who put her in office.

    An administration that never could get ahead of the curve when it came to fighting the pandemic is proving once more that competence matters, this time when it comes t…

    Perhaps the biggest initiative in the first years of Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham’s term was the push to improve education. Described as our “moonshot,” the effort resu…

      He exists as certainly as love and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they abound and give to your life its highest beauty and joy.

      Tucked into the massive congressional legislation passed Monday night is this bright spot — museums honoring women and Latinos are going to happen sooner rather than later.

      It’s clear Mayor Alan Webber’s administration did not move quickly enough to resolve tensions over the Plaza obelisk sparked last spring and summer. 

      The Santa Fe National Forest is selling permits, good through Dec. 31, and there’s no need to go to the forest office — it’s all online.

      Light piercing the darkness relieves the bleakness of winter — and Santa Fe’s favorite example of luminosity through an inky night is the annual Farolito Walk on the e…

        Unlike most GOP senators or governors or members of Congress, Sterling went before the cameras and lights Tuesday and told the world that claims of fraud, incitements to violence and other craziness from the Grand Old Party need to stop.

        So many policy differences will separate the Joe Biden administration from the Donald Trump era — and we can think of few where the chasm will be as wide as in the are…

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        Conspiracy backers must make amends

        The world watched in horror last week as domestic terrorists stormed the U.S. Capitol in what amounts to an attempted coup. U.S. and world lea…

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        ETA adjustment would protect consumers

        We supported the Energy Transition Act because it would transition Public Service Company of New Mexico’s reliance on polluting coal plants to…

        Ted Cruz’s description, during the primaries for the 2016 election, of Donald Trump as a “sniveling coward,” is not simply an apt description …

        The acts of insurrection and sedition that unfolded in the seat of our nation’s republic are the result of a long and developing escalation of…