by Alan Pyke Oct 28, 2014
New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez (R) is reinstating work requirements for food stamps before the federal government says she has to, and groups in the state are hoping a judge will block the move and spare 80,000 people from the change.
by Jeff Spross Sep 3, 2014
The differing approach to water rights taken by two districts in Texas has led to lawsuits over the supply of water from the aquifer they both share.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Aug 27, 2014
One female detainee heard Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent refer to her as an "animal."
by Scott Keyes Aug 26, 2014
A rare step to combat homelessness in New Mexico's largest city.
by Katie Valentine May 19, 2014
New Mexico residents have been fighting to designate the Organ Mountains as a national monument for a decade.
by Joe Romm Apr 11, 2014
Two new studies confirm climate change is drying the U.S. Southwest -- and nearly a third of the world's land faces drying from rising greenhouse gases.
by Mike Rivera Apr 8, 2014
Despite a press release saying he is in favor of equal pay, Steve Pearce (R-NM) has either voted against or abstained from voting on any equal pay measures in the House.
by Ari Phillips Jan 14, 2014
A new study by the EPA finds there's still time to clean up the huge underground plume before most of the city's drinking water is contaminated.
by Zack Ford Dec 19, 2013
The New Mexico Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex marriage is legal, making it the 17th marriage equality state.
by Aviva Shen Dec 2, 2013
Carol Lester says the privately-run prison denied her medical care and then stuck her in solitary confinement after she complained about it.