A sad state for children
Long shutdown could hurt economy.
Nonprofit aims to shine light on urgent issues in New Mexico.
Book about workers who kept Los Alamos lab running details their stories, health concerns and pride
Ceremonial measures build camaraderie but squander time.
Women’s marches slam Trump, encourage voting.
Bitter bickering muddies path to negotiation.
Dynamics of shutdown reflect politics at Trump’s anniversary
Some national parks open; others closed.
THE HEART OF THE CAPITOL
Patriots might not be as invincible as they appear
City parks plan calls for growing staff
Santa Fe Women’s March
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ABOUT THIS SERIES
Women’s March unites spiritual and human comrades
Struggling Taos hospital announces 12 more layoffs
Consider this before you hit ‘send’
Turkish jets bomb city in Syria
The march revisited
Wars could spark next populist revolt
Definitely not underground
So much money, it’s difficult to keep track
Tax dollars paid lawmaker’s sexual harassment case
Top-ranked Villanova routs former rival UConn
‘Pope of French cuisine’ first to blend cooking, business tactics
College tours have become a waste of time
One year ago, Russia’s elite hoped for thaw between nations
French president warns that U.K. can’t keep full access to EU
Cronyism in Iran’s banks fuels protests
Film stirs interest in P.T. Barnum
Debating the choices for mayor
Don’t hurt the value of Medicaid
Sources: Trump wants credit for N. Korea talks
LED bulbs: Time to switch on new lights
Without NHL players, international contest is ‘wide open’