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- A rare look inside UNM's Exercise Physiology Lab
- UNM’s College of Arts and Sciences announces Regents’ Professors
- Headlines for June 11, 2021
- UNM to conduct test of its emergency notification systems Tuesday, June 15
- SUB hosts showing of international soccer tournament
- UNM Anderson School of Management receives Outdoor Recreation Business Accelerator Grant
- University of New Mexico selects Studio Ma for College of Fine Arts Master Facility Plan
- Headlines for June 10, 2021
- Scientists study how regional climate variability affects animals in North American drylands
- Lobo Living Room features UNM College of Education and Human Sciences
- Biden Says Russia's Putin Is A 'Worthy Adversary' Whether Or Not He Trusts HimPresident Biden reassured his NATO allies that the U.S. has their backs, and said he was gratified that the alliance will now also focus on challenges from China, climate and cyber attacks.
- Turkey Racing To Combat 'Snot' In Sea Of MarmaraTurkey is rushing to combat a pollution-caused muck in the Sea of Marmara that's growing across the seabed and excretes a foul mucus on the water's surface.
- Former U.S. Ambassador To Russia Offers Advice, Lessons Ahead Of Biden-Putin SummitNPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with former U.S. Ambassador to Russia Michael McFaul about the summit between President Joe Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin.
- Former NATO Commander Says NATO Alliance Has 'Woken Up' To CybersecurityNPR's Mary Louise Kelly talks with Adm. James Stavridis, former Supreme Allied Commander of NATO, about the NATO summit and the state of the global alliance.
- Netanyahu's Legacy After 12 Years As Israel's Prime MinisterBenjamin Netanyahu ends the longest term for any Israeli prime minister, 12 years, with a history of alliance with U.S. Republicans.
- Israel Has Become The 1st Country To Ban The Sale Of Most Fur ClothingIsrael has become the first country to outlaw the controversial clothing material that opponents say leads to the slaughter of millions of animals each year.
- The Man Accused Of Hitting A Muslim Family With His Car Is Facing Terrorism ChargesCanadian prosecutors have accused Nathaniel Veltman of driving down and killing four members of a Muslim family in Ontario. Police allege the incident was a premeditated attack targeting Muslims.
- Investigators Find Remains of 17 Victims Under A Suspected Serial Killer's HouseAuthorities in Mexico say they have found nearly 4,000 bone fragments so far under a home on the outskirts of Mexico City. The 72-year-old suspect, now in police custody, is a former butcher.
- 2 Americans Are Standing Trial In Japan Over Allegedly Helping Carlos Ghosn EscapeOn the opening day of their trial in Tokyo, statements from the two U.S. citizens suggest that they don't plan to fight charges of assisting former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn flee Japan.
- Iranians Will Choose From 7 Presidential Candidates FridayVoters are concerned about the economy, including a shortage of food and medicine, as well as a lack of COVID-19 vaccines.
- 2021 Monsoon Outlook for Central & Northern New Mexico
- Call for Presentations until June 25th for the SW Aviation Weather Safety Workshop (Nov 5-6, 2021)
- 100Â° Facts for Albuquerque and other New Mexico Locations
- May 2021 Monthly Weather Highlights
- Monsoon Awareness Week: Discussing Flash Flooding
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