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What to watch in primaries in Colorado, Illinois, elsewhere

NEW YORK — Seven states are set to host primary elections Tuesday as the nation comes to terms with last week’s stunning Supreme Court ruling eliminating the constitutional right to an abortion. This week’s nominating contests could offer the first clues as to whether the political landscape has shifted. Abortion is particularly relevant in Colorado, […]

Lobo women’s hoops staff undergoes several changes

Keith Freeman showed up in Albuquerque this week with much to learn and eager to get started. He spent Wednesday afternoon prepping for his new position as associate head coach with the University of New Mexico women’s basketball team and signed a contract Thursday. Freeman and longtime Lobos assistant coach Val King will both hold […]

TBT: New Mexico Regional (Team capsules)

Who are the eight teams coming to the Pit for the TBT New Mexico Regional bracket with a chance at the $1 million winner-take-all prize?

Abortion foes, accustomed to small wins, ready for a big one

COLUMBIA, S.C. — The first of them arrived outside the clinic past 4 a.m., before a steady rain fell and a scalding sun rose, and all along, they had prayed for a moment like this. It’s abortion day at Planned Parenthood and, try as they might, those who lined the street hadn’t had much luck […]

Column: Golf’s civil war likely to produce no real winners

Golf is in the early days of a bitter showdown between the established PGA Tour and an upstart series backed by the repressive Saudi regime, which hopes that throwing around billions will help people forget about its appalling human rights record. If history is any indication, there are unlikely to be any real winners in […]

New vaccine may be option for troops with religious concerns

WASHINGTON — A COVID-19 vaccine that could soon win federal authorization may offer a boost for the U.S. military: an opportunity to get shots into some of the thousands of service members who have refused other coronavirus vaccines for religious reasons. At least 175 active duty and reserve service members have already received the Novavax […]

Lobo women add ex-UNLV guard Johnson as transfer

The University of New Mexico women’s basketball team won’t lack experience or firepower in 2022-23. Coach Mike Bradbury and his staff added a little of both this week, signing transfer Nia Johnson to the roster. Johnson’s name may sound familiar to Lobos fans, as she played for Mountain West rival UNLV two seasons ago. Johnson, […]

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