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Editorial: Obama moves to stress the durability of the U.S. Pacific role

04/24/2014 11:37 AM MDT
When President Barack Obama scrubbed an October trip to Asia to attend to the government shutdown in Washington, Asian leaders worried that it meant the United States lacked sufficient interest in the region to remain a powerful presence. 
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Column: The Fiddler Is Still On The Roof
04/24/2014 11:35 AM MDT - The New York Times ran this dispatch from the Ukrainian city of Donetsk: "Worshippers at the Bet Menakhem-Mendl synagogue . Full Story

EDUCATION
Farmington Municipal School District's Board of Education addresses rumors before heading into executive session

FARMINGTON — Before the Farmington Municipal School District's Board of Education went into a three-hour executive session at a Thursday special meeting one member talked about what he said were misconceptions and rumors about the board's and the district's operations. Full Story
SPORTS
(Joshua Perry — The Daily Times)
Kirtland Central's Zoey Hooper to play soccer for New Mexico Highlands University

KIRTLAND — Kirtland Central forward Zoey Hooper will continue playing soccer in college. Hooper has signed with New Mexico Highlands University and will have the opportunity to earn playing time right away for the Cowgirls next season. Full Story
BUSINESS
(Megan Farmer — The Daily Times)
San Juan College recognizes students who received scholarships through PNM

Funding provided by PNM
FARMINGTON — Harrison Clark, 31, had just returned from serving two tours of duty — one in Iraq and the other in Afghanistan — with the U. Full Story
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Editorial: Obama moves to stress the durability of the U.S. Pacific role

04/24/2014 11:37 AM MDT
When President Barack Obama scrubbed an October trip to Asia to attend to the government shutdown in Washington, Asian leaders worried that it meant the United States lacked sufficient interest in the region to remain a powerful presence. 
Full Story
Column: The Fiddler Is Still On The Roof
04/24/2014 11:35 AM MDT - The New York Times ran this dispatch from the Ukrainian city of Donetsk: "Worshippers at the Bet Menakhem-Mendl synagogue . Full Story

Column: The adolescent president
04/24/2014 11:34 AM MDT - WASHINGTON -- Recently, Barack Obama -- a Demosthenes determined to elevate our politics from coarseness to elegance; a Pericles sent to ameliorate our rhetorical impoverishment -- spoke at the University of Michigan. Full Story

Column: Will Obamacare's losers outvote its winners this November?
04/24/2014 11:33 AM MDT - When it comes to the politics of Obamacare, there's really only one question that matters: How many Americans are benefiting from the new health care system, and how many are hurting? Full Story

Column: How America loses its soul
04/24/2014 11:32 AM MDT - WASHINGTON -- Every once in a while, something grabs your attention and makes you shake your head. "Is nothing sacred? Full Story

Editorial: Latest Guantanamo disclosures further discredit the justice process
04/22/2014 03:59 PM MDT - Another week of hearings at Guantanamo, another series of jaw-dropping revelations and rulings that underline the futility of the whole enterprise. Full Story

Column: Caring, not indifferent
04/22/2014 03:58 PM MDT - Congress has gone home for its Easter recess, and spring has arrived. Don't you feel better? I do. I love spring; it gives me a much-needed sense of renewal. Full Story

(Gary Kicinski)
At Boston Marathon, they ran; he hugged.

Ken Nwadike Jr., says he missed qualifying for the Boston Marathon by 23 seconds. But he went to Boston anyway and wanted to make an impact. Full Story
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John Oliver says he owes Jon Stewart

"I have a pretty intense debt to him," said Oliver, whose show is called "Last Week Tonight." ''I wouldn't be doing this if it wasn't for him." Full Story