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  • New Mexico shooting suspect's family offers apology, prayers

    New Mexico shooting suspect's family offers apology, prayers
    ROSWELL, N.M. - The parents of a 12-year-old New Mexico boy accused of shooting two classmates said Wednesday they still loved their son and hoped he got "all of the help that he needs." Tuesday's attack on students in the gymnasium of Berrendo Middle...
  • New Mexico school reopens, two days after shooting by 12-year-old

    New Mexico school reopens, two days after shooting by 12-year-old
    The Berrendo Middle School reopened to students on Thursday morning about 48 hours after a 12-year-old pupil opened fire with a shotgun, seriously wounding two classmates in Roswell, N.M. With grief counselors available, the district reopened the school...
  • Doctors optimistic about children hurt in Roswell, N.M., shooting

    Doctors optimistic about children hurt in Roswell, N.M., shooting
    Doctors are optimistic about the two students wounded in this week’s shooting at a Roswell middle school, New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez said Thursday. She traveled Wednesday night to the Lubbock, Texas, medical center where the children are...
  • Albuquerque police chief defends actions after protest turns violent

    Albuquerque police chief defends actions after protest turns violent
    Albuquerque police acted with restraint in dealing with a demonstration over the weekend, Police Chief Gorden Eden Jr. said Monday, but as the group evolved into a “mob mentality,” authorities were forced to use tear gas to control the...
  • The stunning CPAC gender gap: Where are the women, Al Cardenas?

    The stunning CPAC gender gap: Where are the women, Al Cardenas?
    NATIONAL HARBOR, Md.--I took the Al Cardenas Challenge … and won! Cardenas, an attorney and former head of the Florida GOP. is the chairman of the American Conservative Union, which sponsors CPAC. On Friday, he was asked why women were so badly...
  • Obama's class of 2008 in Senate faces reelection fight

    Obama's class of 2008 in Senate faces reelection fight
    When Barack Obama won a historic victory in 2008, eight Democratic candidates captured Senate seats that had been in Republican hands. Those same Democrats are now facing their first reelection campaigns in a less friendly political climate, and...
  • Nevada GOP Gov. Brian Sandoval is popular, but not within his party

    Nevada GOP Gov. Brian Sandoval is popular, but not within his party
    As Republicans struggle to win Latino support and extend their toehold in the West, they could turn to the GOP's Brian Sandoval for help. The first Latino governor in Nevada history, he is young (by political standards), Hollywood handsome and...
  • Rethinking the food vs. fuel debate

    Rethinking the food vs. fuel debate
    This year's drought, along with recent news reports of the lowest corn yield in 17 years, has rekindled the food vs. fuel debate — and, for good reasons. When Congress passed the Energy Independence and Security Act in 2007, an ambitious schedule...
  • The Scene In Tampa: Diversity Of Speakers, Unity Of Purpose

    The Scene In Tampa: Diversity Of Speakers, Unity Of Purpose
    Last week, I joined the Connecticut delegation at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., It was my fourth convention and in many respects the most important. Certainly we experienced the usual trivial aspects of convention life —...
  • Female vs. male senators

    Female vs. male senators
    As the son of a woman, the husband of a woman and the father of daughters and granddaughters, I celebrate the record number of females who are now United States senators. However, I do see some differences in the way these and other women are treated,...
  • New Mexico abandons efforts to restore Mexican gray wolves

     
    New Mexico's Game Commission on Thursday night voted to stop assisting the federal effort to restore Mexican gray wolves in the Southwest, the latest step by new Republican Gov. Susana Martinez's administration to reverse her state's green course....