Categories: Featured Stories
- Headlines for June 17, 2021
- UNM hosts Staff Virtual Town Hall June 24
- UNM's Fall Return Plan Announcement
- NMiF discusses federal standards for exposure to toxic chemicals with N.M. Environment Secretary
- UNM poet to present work at City's Juneteenth celebration
- UNM Security Program receives Cogswell award
- Headlines for June 16, 2021
- UNM researchers study polarization and spin dynamics in electron storage rings
- City celebrates 156th anniversary of Juneteenth
- Advance announces 2021 Women in STEM award winners
- Israel Launches Airstrikes After Incendiary Balloons Are Flown From GazaThere were no immediate reports of casualties from the strikes.
- Biden Tells Putin To Crackdown On Ransomware. What Are The Odds He Will?The president says the U.S. will respond if it keeps getting hit with cyber attacks linked to Russia. But Putin has shown little interest in combatting cyber crimes called 'ransomware-as-a-service.'
- Women Will Race In Their Own Tour De France Next SummerNoting the Tour's status as the world's marquee cycling event, pro cyclist Anna van der Breggen says, "It's long been a dream for many of us to compete in a women's Tour de France."
- A Columnist's Reaction To England Men's Soccer Team Taking A KneeNPR's Audie Cornish speaks with writer Nels Abbey about his recent column surrounding fans booing the English men's national soccer team for taking a knee in honor of Black Lives Matter.
- 4 Things To Know About Iran's Election On FridayIran is holding a presidential election on Friday. If polls are right, a hard-liner close to the supreme leader will win, with an exceptionally low voter turnout.
- Plans For Tokyo Summer Olympics Are Moving Full Steam AheadDespite skepticism over holding the Tokyo Summer Olympics, organizers, athletes and the main rights-holding TV broadcaster are charging ahead. NBC announced a record 13 days of Olympic trial coverage.
- COVID-19 Is Igniting A Public Health Emergency In Haiti, Despite Low Case NumbersDespite Haiti's relatively low COVID-19 infection rate, its poverty and inadequate health care system are creating a public health emergency. The first vaccines arrived only this week.
- Outbreak Of Over 100 COVID-19 Cases Sends U.S. Embassy In Afghanistan Into LockdownU.S. Embassy officials in Afghanistan are in lockdown due to an outbreak of over 100 cases of COVID-19.
- Where No Plywood Has Gone Before: A Space Agency Will Launch A Tiny, Wooden SatelliteIn Europe, engineers are planning to send a plywood-sheathed satellite into orbit to test how well the venerable construction material holds up in space.
- Did COVID-19 Leak From A Lab? A Reporter Investigates — And Finds Roadblocks President Biden has asked the intelligence community to investigate whether or not the virus leaked from a lab in Wuhan, China. Vanity Fair reporter Katherine Eban shares her findings.
- 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
- The 2021 Summer Solstice
- Monsoon Awareness Week: Discussing Flash Flooding
- May 2021 Monthly Weather Highlights
Like to Contact the Duke City Times Fill out the form below!
La Reina Mariachi Del Albuquerque
- An error has occurred; the feed is probably down. Try again later.