It’s like a whole ‘nother world.
It’s like a whole ‘nother world.
Is this the next stage in burrito evolution? The burrito and quesadilla have finally come together. Introducing the Quesarito.
Mountains, canyons, rivers, and crests all day.
This week for BuzzReads, Joshua Wheeler heads to the tiny town of Truth or Consequences, New Mexico to investigate the future of space tourism. Read that and these other stories from around BuzzFeed and the web.
One of the poorest states in the nation has invested nearly a quarter of a billion dollars and 10 years in creating a hub for Richard Branson’s space tourism company, Virgin Galactic. Some see it as the crown jewel of a new space age while others call it a carnival for the 1 percent — but with persistent delays and mounting financial strain, Spaceport America is just trying to avoid becoming New Mexico’s costliest, most futuristic ghost town.
One child is in critical condition and the other has been upgraded to satisfactory after a shooting inside a Roswell school gymnasium. Updated 11 p.m. ET Tuesday.
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Updated: Voters on Tuesday rejected the measure 55% to 45%.
Including the most gloriously entertaining airline safety video ever, everything you need to know about the cuttlefish, and the ultimate test of who’s better at doing stuff: drunk adults or regular babies.
You’re going to want to watch this in full-screen HD.
If you haven’t caught up, shame on you. But you definitely shouldn’t read this post.
Albuquerque’s Rebel Donut has just the thing before Sunday’s finale.
The Pentagon won’t confirm the recognition being granted to same-sex couples at Kirtland Air Force Base. “We can’t have one base recognizing them and the rest of the [Department of Defense] not doing so,” an LGBT advocate says.
Lawsuits in New Jersey and New Mexico and a petition drive in Florida aim for marriage equality, in addition to a federal judge’s ruling allowing a lawsuit to proceed in Michigan against that state’s marriage ban amendment and a lawsuit filed in Arkansas. Quick movement in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s marriage rulings.
Nothing in New Mexico law specifically prevents same-sex couples from marrying, but county clerks agreed in 2004 not to issue licenses until the law is clarified. Santa Fe’s city attorney and mayor tried to push the issue Tuesday.
The crime: “tampering with evidence.” [UPDATE: The lawmaker who introduced the bill says that isn’t the aim and plans to update the bill.]
A convicted killer serving two life sentences in New Mexico recruited a fellow inmate to help him castrate and murder the singer.
Meanwhile, in New Mexico… Here’s some video of a Santa Fe man unloading his handgun into one of the city’s unmanned speed-enforcement vehicles at 1:20 am, as you do.
Oil tycoon William Koch shelled out the mad loot at an auction in Denver yesterday. The tintype portrait is believed to have been taken around 1879 or 1880 in Fort Sumner, New Mexico. (via usatoday.com) View Image ›
A New Mexico woman was recently arrested and charged with aggravated assault following a violent argument with her daughter-in-law. Bellow are excerpts from the police report detailing the event. WARNING: If you’re squeamish about titty twisters, don’t proceed. View List ›