The Superconducting Quantum Interference Device (SQUID) is only a fraction of the diameter of a human hair, but it’s much larger than most things that follow quantum laws.

Commentary Peter Wirth, Steven P. Neville & William H. Payne

Vote yes for PRC reform

During the 2019 legislative session, we co-sponsored the joint resolution proposing a restructuring of the Public Regulation Commission, the powerful body responsible …

Our improbable friendship began in 2002 at a Georgetown dinner party, and it began with music. Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a Jewish urbanite who had just turned 69 and had…

Over the next two months, Kona made incredible progress and soon made her way to the adoption floor, and that is where Santa Fe resident Mara Brenner met the pup.

With summer vegetables still rolling in, this chicken noodle soup reaches new heights with the addition of corn and chile.

The prospect of another bruising fight over a lifetime appointment of a conservative judge handpicked by partisan groups; the realization that the filibuster could all…

    When I began building homes in Santa Fe more than 30 years ago, locally sourced logs were used for roofs as they had been for a thousand years. Then the 2006 Internati…

    For liberals, Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death brings shock — that an icon is gone, that she didn’t make it until the next presidency — and terror: Senate Majority Leader M…

    The most gratifying words of praise I’ve ever received were also the tersest: “Just right,” penciled in the margin of a draft opinion I had written as a clerk at the S…

    The most important local election this year involves the state Public Regulation Commission, the agency that decides if monopoly utility companies can charge you more for water, electricity and other services.

    President Donald Trump doesn't think Americans should put much stock in scientific consensus. He prefers to sprinkle our most intractable and urgent problems with pixie dust and promises that — presto! — they will simply vanish.

    Whole Hearted Parenting

    Judgment: Key is how we use it

    Judgment is both a brilliant tactic and a block to effective, connected parenting. It can be a wall or a bridge. The key is in how we use is.

    My only visit to Liberty University coincided with Jerry Falwell Jr.’s debut before the students as president of the school. I was doing research in the Liberty archiv…

    After a month in the shelter’s care without any real chances at adoption, he needed a nurturing, calm foster home.

    To many dissidents in Hong Kong, one of the immediate effects of the new national security law is being forced to accept hostile strangers walking into our lives. I ha…

    Chilly nights are right around the corner, so it’s the perfect time to share an end-of-summer celebration.

    Commentary Rick Perlstein

    Ford's rushed vaccine was a disaster

    Earlier this month, news arrived that President Donald Trump had lurched into what may be his most reckless obsession yet: His administration would probably seek an “e…

    MIAMI — Every four years, without fail, the two mainstream political parties try to win over Latino voters for their respective presidential candidates. The reason is …

    A month before he ended his first stint as Japan’s prime minister in 2007, Shinzo Abe addressed the Indian Parliament in New Delhi. Quoting the Mughal scholar-prince D…

    If you opened up your newspaper and read that Joe Biden was campaigning in California, you’d think that something had gone terribly wrong with his campaign, or perhaps…

    The Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society continues to drive change with its transfer program by bringing in at-risk animals from other shelters.

    President Donald Trump and his cronies are like the cartoon villains in movies who not only unleash dastardly plots but then helpfully explain them to the audience. Th…

    For months, the Trump campaign couldn’t quite figure out what it wanted voters to believe about Joe Biden. Was he old and infirm? Was he corrupt? They would try one at…

    Ahora que era springtime, los días were getting longer and Canutito liked going outside a jugar con sus amiguitos until the sun set como a las nueve de la tarde. La pr…

    It’s been a long summer, and I have never been so excited to welcome the cozy shift to fall. The leaves on my neighbor’s aspen, which shimmer outside my bedroom window…

    “I’m getting tired of this.” This was the message my mother’s husband wanted to communicate when we spoke recently by phone. “This” referred to the 10th day without power.

    When they asked Derrick Lente of Sandia Pueblo to cast his state’s nominating votes for president before a national television audience, he did just what you’d expect …

    Traveling to see extensive acreage of historic or thematically designed gardens elsewhere is complicated during the coronavirus pandemic. Enter the virtual garden tour.

    It’s scary to not be able to breathe. That was the first thing I felt, both times the poisoning symptoms began to set in. Both times were in Moscow — the first on May …

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    Remember how our middle school civics teachers proudly touted our Constitution’s “separation of powers” and its “checks and balances?” How eac…

    My View Jerome Martinez y Alire

    What it means to be a New Mexican

    I am a native New Mexican of many generations (my dad used to tell us, “We never crossed the border, the border crossed us.”). Like many nativ…

    My View Edward R. Baca

    He is the hoax

    “A false witness shall be punished, and a liar shall be caught.” (Proverbs 19:9).

    According to the latest unemployment figures (for August), New Mexico’s unemployment rate is 11.3 percent. Only 5 states, all of them locked-d…

    Instead of protecting public lands and natural resources, Bureau of Land Management has essentially rubber stamped 3,000 new fracking wells, some in areas already heavily burdened by fossil fuel development and the resulting pollution.

    Commentary Allan Oliver and Dolores E. Roybal

    Who would pass up $10 a day for a decade?

    At its core, the 2020 census is simply a count of everyone living in the United States. But it’s how this data is used that has so many commun…