Santa Fe Reporter
At least that's what former Gov. Bill Richardson says. Over the weekend, he offered to lend a hand in setting up a Washington DC, fundraiser for the Democratic gubernatorial contender in the near future.
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Tue Jul 08, 2014
Americans' detainment could be N. Korean 'retribution'
The detainment and fates of three Americans imprisoned in North Korea -- including West Carrollton, Ohio resident Jeffrey Fowle -- might be connected in part to an upcoming Seth Rogen and James Franco comedy and to the whims of a nation feeling increasingly neglected.
Unions give $180,000 for New Mexico campaigns
Labor unions have contributed $180,000 to a Democratic-leaning political committee that was a top spender in New Mexico legislative races in 2012.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
The Star Online
Congressmen support Catawba in casino plans
Three longtime congressmen have urged the Interior Department to approve the Catawba Indian Nation's trust application for land in Kings Mountain, where it plans to build a casino, arguing that justice will be served by doing so.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
Silver City Sun-News
Letters: July 6
For those of you who plan to adopt a cat, please make it a house cat! Cats love to climb trees and sometimes they find a nest up there and will bring baby birds down, one at a time, to play with until the baby bird is dead.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Las Cruces Sun-News
Walt Rubel: Taking a closer look at the governor's claimed 24 tax cuts
About this time eight years ago, during the end of Bill Richardson's first term as governor, I spent several days and talked to a lot of really smart people trying to answer what seemed like a simple question - if you took all of the tax and fee increases passed under Richardson, and subtracted all of the tax cuts, could he legitimately claim to be ... (more)
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Bergdahl ventures off base
Bowe Bergdahl, the U.S. soldier held captive for five years by militants before his release a month ago, has ventured several times off an Army base in Texas as part of the effort to get him used to everyday life in America, a military spokeswoman said.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
U.S. officials attend MKO gathering
TEHRAN Some former U.S. officials, both Democrats and Republicans, attended a gathering of Mojahedin-e-Khalq Organization in Paris on Thursday.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Wife visits Gross in Cuba
Judy Gross, the wife of jailed US contractor Alan Gross, after arriving in Cuba Tuesday to visit her husband and plead with Cuban government officials to release him from prison.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
Betsy Mullins Named President and CEO of Women's Campaign Fund, She Should Run
The Women's Campaign Fund and its nonprofit arm She Should Run announced Tuesday that Betsy Mullins will be its new CEO and president, directing the sister organizations in their shared mission of increasing women's political participation at all levels of government.
New Mexico OKs $1 million investment settlement
The State Investment Council announced the settlement on Tuesday with the private equity firm, which has offices in Los Angeles and Tel Aviv, Israel.
Mon Jun 23, 2014
The Washington Post
Bill Richardson isna t a Ready for Hillary.a
Bill Richardson, the former New Mexico governor who held in two senior positions in President Bill Clinton's administration, was labeled a turncoat in 2008 for endorsing Barack Obama over Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Sat Jun 21, 2014
Farmington Daily Times
Column: What do we need to do to win Tesla?
So along comes Tesla Motors, dangling 6,000 jobs at its battery gigafactory like a canteen before a traveler lost in the desert.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Firm settles with New Mexico over investment deals
The settlement involving defunct Dallas-based firm Aldus Equity Partners and three of its officials was approved Thursday by District Judge Sarah Singleton.
Wed Jun 18, 2014
Immigrant driver licenses plunge in New Mexico
First-time driver's licenses issued to immigrants in the country illegally plunged by nearly a third in the past year despite no change in New Mexico's policy of granting driving privileges, records show.
Santa Fe Reporter
After five years on the job, teachers must write and complete what's called a "professional development dossier" that totals more than 100 pages of work.
Mon Jun 16, 2014
Voice of the people
With the general election now underway, it's time to reflect on how well Governor Susana Martinez has done in her four years in office.
Fri Jun 13, 2014
Farmington Daily Times
Letter: Governor Martinez has done a wonderful job as our governor.
Despite the anti-Governor Martinez smears coming from Democratic candidates during their primary, my faith in Governor Martinez is unchanged.
Thu Jun 12, 2014
The Daily Republic
Ramos joins the club
The most popular Latino news anchor in America, who was recently dubbed "the undisputed face of Spanish-language broadcasting," speaks two languages: Spanish and English.
Wed Jun 11, 2014
After Bergdahl, another swap for Alan Gross?
Alan Gross , at right with Rabbi Arthur Schneier, has been in Cuban custody since December 2009, when he was jailed while working as a subcontractor.