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Early voting surge in key New Mexico congressional district

Early voting surge in key New Mexico congressional district

In New Mexico’s Doña Ana County, early voters have already cast their ballots in this year’s mid-term elections, either by early i ...

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New Mexico Muslim terror suspect in custody of immigration officials

New Mexico Muslim terror suspect in custody of immigration officials

Federal immigration authorities have in their custody one of the women who was arrested last week at a secretive Muslim "extremist" compo ...

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Muslim kids at New Mexico compound trained for murder

Muslim kids at New Mexico compound trained for murder

An extremist Muslim man, who was arrested at a family compound in New Mexico where 11 starving children were found, was "training them to commi ...

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AG Sessions announces zero-tolerance for illegal border crossers

AG Sessions announces zero-tolerance for illegal border crossers

In a speech to law enforcement officers in Scottsdale, Arizona, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Monday that the Justice Department will begin ...

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In three states, illegitimate births surpass 50 percent

In three states, illegitimate births surpass 50 percent

For the first time in nine years, in 2016 the percentage of babies born to unmarried mothers went below 40 percent. According to a final birth-data r ...

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Rising percentage of federal arrests are for immigration violations

Rising percentage of federal arrests are for immigration violations

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Democrat says New Mexico's Hispanic governor is 'racist'

Democrat says New Mexico's Hispanic governor is 'racist'

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New Mexico city 'thumbs its nose' at Donald Trump

New Mexico city 'thumbs its nose' at Donald Trump

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Catholic bishop denounces tax hike

Catholic bishop denounces tax hike

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New Mexico confident in Trump

New Mexico confident in Trump

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Presidential candidate achieves key endorsement

Presidential candidate achieves key endorsement

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New Mexico's Republican governor 'too busy' to rally for Trump

New Mexico's Republican governor 'too busy' to rally for Trump

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Violent protesters disrupt Trump rally in Albuquerque

Violent protesters disrupt Trump rally in Albuquerque

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Possible conflict of interest at Univ. New Mexico over human body parts

Possible conflict of interest at Univ. New Mexico over human body parts

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What Sister Joan Brown gets wrong about Pope Francis and global warming

What Sister Joan Brown gets wrong about Pope Francis and global warming

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Nervous New Mexico: lock down lifted after reports of active shooter

Nervous New Mexico: lock down lifted after reports of active shooter

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Replacing Columbus Day gains ground

Replacing Columbus Day gains ground

Leftists, nativists, and progressive religious types to march in Albuquerque, New Mexico, to denounce Columbus Day.

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Catholic-affiliated groups push government take-over of education

Catholic-affiliated groups push government take-over of education

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Unsolved explosions rock Christian churches in New Mexico

Unsolved explosions rock Christian churches in New Mexico

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Deadly plague rocks Arizona

Deadly plague rocks Arizona

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Democrat wants drug tests for American inheritors

Democrat wants drug tests for American inheritors

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The Catholic Church and guilt by association

The Catholic Church and guilt by association

A Catholic bishop was upset when his flock criticized him for engaging in political activity. NM Cafe, which is supported by the Catholic Church, has advocates of abortion and progressive politica agendas.

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Diana Butler Bass and her experimental faith

Diana Butler Bass and her experimental faith

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Police brutality proves costly for taxpayers

Police brutality proves costly for taxpayers

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'Fastest nun in the West' to gain sainthood

'Fastest nun in the West' to gain sainthood

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Scientists' discovery may offer evidence of Noah's flood waters

Scientists' discovery may offer evidence of Noah's flood waters

Trapped beneath the earth, there are oceans worth of water say two American scientists. We should be glad that it's there.

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Window to heaven or road to perdition? The icons of Robert Lenz and Bill McNichols

Window to heaven or road to perdition? The icons of Robert Lenz and Bill McNichols

Icons written by New Mexico iconographers raise disquieting questions.

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Supreme Court refuses appeal of photographer who refused same-sex ceremony

Supreme Court refuses appeal of photographer who refused same-sex ceremony

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Video of police shooting of homeless man sparks international outrage

Video of police shooting of homeless man sparks international outrage

Residents of Albuquerque and Las Cruces NM are demanding an independent investigation of the alleged police shooting of James Boyd. The Albuquerque police are already being investigated by the US Department of Justice.

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A conflict of interest? New Mexico Catholic Conference lobbyist's self-interest

A conflict of interest? New Mexico Catholic Conference lobbyist's self-interest

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The shutdown doesn't stop Alinskyian community organizers

The shutdown doesn't stop Alinskyian community organizers

Despite the partial federal government shutdown, immigration advocates are still busy. They got a boost from congressional Democrats and the Obama administration, which allowed a pro-immigration rally on the Mall while forbidding others.

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Downfall of a leftist in New Mexico

Downfall of a leftist in New Mexico

Author and Hispanic political activist Armando Gutierrez faces ten years in prison for misappropriation of $2.5 million in federal voter funds. Therein lies a cautionary tale.

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Harnessing the wind or just blowing hot air?

Harnessing the wind or just blowing hot air?

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New Mexico: Four stabbed in vicious attack at Catholic church

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New Mexico school needs a lesson on the Constitution

New Mexico school needs a lesson on the Constitution

Goddard High School of Roswell NM needs to treat all students regardless of their religious affiliation with equality.

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Federal government fails to stop illegal crossings into Native American lands

Federal government fails to stop illegal crossings into Native American lands

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A new century for New Mexico

A new century for New Mexico

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Free-fall parachutist lands on his feet and makes history

Free-fall parachutist lands on his feet and makes history

A press conference is to be live-streamed about Felix Baumgartner's historic free fall.

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Human experimentation: nothing new under the sun

Human experimentation: nothing new under the sun

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Water emergency in New Mexico is a bi-national problem

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New Mexico's auditor finds flagrant municipal mis-spending

New Mexico's auditor finds flagrant municipal mis-spending

Municipal officials have been suspended, and the city government of Sunland Park intervened by the state, as an audit shows corruption on the part of local officials.

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May Day is revived by Occupy movement

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New Mexico: local political scandal crosses into Texas and Mexico

New Mexico: local political scandal crosses into Texas and Mexico

Daniel Salinas, mayor pro-tem of Sunland Park, New Mexico, can't take offices because of criminal charges he is facing in a local court. State takeover of the town is imminent. The scandal has fingers in Texas, and into Old Mexico.

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Illegal crossings from Mexico are fewer, but deadly

Illegal crossings from Mexico are fewer, but deadly

310 Mexican nationals perished on their attempt to enter the U.S. from hypothermia, dehydration, and violence.

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Singing the Blues in Mexico

Singing the Blues in Mexico

Singing the blues in Mexico is lonely, and sort of like singing the blues.

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The chile pepper pilgrims

The chile pepper pilgrims

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Reclaiming the spirit of Christmas with Hispanic customs

Reclaiming the spirit of Christmas with Hispanic customs

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New delays on the U.S.-Mexico border

New delays on the U.S.-Mexico border

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The Power of Pumpkins

The Power of Pumpkins

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