Two dozen House Democrats have sent a letter to White House counsel Donald McGahn, warning that digital security holes at the Trump Organization’s clubs and hotels are risks to national security and the secrecy of classified information. “The White House must act immediately to secure the potentially sensitive information on […]
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Today, U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-N.M.) questioned Attorney General Jeff Sessions during a Senate Select Committee on Intelligence open hearing.
Albuquerque Democrat and former House Majority Leader Rick Miera said Monday that he will run for lieutenant governor in a statement. “New Mexicans deserve leaders who have the courage to make the bold decisions we need that will get our state moving again,” Miera said in a statement announcing his […]
The communications director for New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez has stepped down. According to Associated Press, Chris Sanchez resigned to move out-of-state. This is the second recent Martinez Administration departure announced in the same week, the often controversial Public Education Secretary Hanna Skandera said Thursday she was resigning later this […]
SANTA FE — Often controversial Public Education Department Secretary Skandera will resign from the position later this month, after more than six years on the job. According the Albuquerque Journal she will leave her post on June 20. Since Susana Martinez named her head of the Public Education Department, Skandera […]
WASHINGTON — Today James Comey, the Director of the FBI who President Donald Trump fired abruptly in May, testified under oath this morning before the U.S. Senate’s Select Committee on Intelligence, about his personal interactions with President Donald Trump and any discussions about the investigation into possible ties between Russia […]
ALBUQUERQUE — Residents will now be able to access Albuquerque Police Department services in a new smartphone app called “ABQ Police” unveiled Friday. APD said when announcing the new mobile app that people will be able to file police reports, crime tips, and get important alerts on their phone. Users can […]
Albuquerque Mayor Richard Berry will go to Washington Thursday to participate in an infrastructure summit, the mayor’s office announced. President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence and members of the president’s cabinet invited Berry and other municipal and state leaders to discuss policy and how to best implement the president’s […]
Friday morning it was revealed in a report by NM Fishbowl that UNM apparently overpaid former men’s basketball head coach Craig Neal by over $150,000. From the website NM Fish Bowl: While Neal was supposed to have been hired for $750,000 a year, pay stubs obtained by NMFishbowl.com show that he actually […]
A lawsuit was filed Thursday afternoon in Santa Fe District Court by journalist Jeff Proctor against the General Services Department (GSD). The purpose of the lawsuit is to discover how much Gov. Susana Martinez’s private attorney charged New Mexico taxpayers to represent her in a number of court cases. The lawsuit […]