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By Felicia Fonseca and Sam Metz, Associated Press
In the six years since he resettled in the United States from Afghanistan, the primary suspect in the slayings of four Muslim men in Albuquerque has been arrested several times for domestic violence, according to police and court records.
By Susan Montoya Bryan, Stefanie Dazio, Julie Watson, Associated Press
A 51-year-old man was charged Tuesday with killing two Muslim men in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and authorities said he is suspected in the slayings of two others whose deaths sparked fear in Muslim communities nationwide.
By Stefanie Dazio, Mariam Fam, Associated Press
Albuquerque police say they have detained the "primary suspect" in the killings of four Muslim men in New Mexico's largest city.
In our news wrap Monday, the U.S. is sending $1 billion in military aid to Ukraine as Ukrainians warn the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant is in jeopardy, a cease-fire between Israel and Gaza is holding after Israel killed 44 Palestinians, China…
By Michael Kunzelman, Jacques Billeaud, Associated Press
An elected official who is a central figure in a New Mexico county's refusal to certify recent election results based on debunked conspiracy theories about voting machines has avoided more jail time for joining the mob that attacked the U.S.
By Susan Montoya Bryan, Morgan Lee, Associated Press
Deep-seated conspiracy theories about the security of voting machines erupted into heated, angry outbursts Friday as the deadline looms for New Mexico counties to certify results from their recent primary.
By Morgan Lee, Associated Press
New Mexico's top prosecutor on Thursday told a Republican-led county commission to comply with an order to certify results from its primary election, the latest development in a case arising from far-right conspiracy theories over voting machines.
Votes in a New Mexico community are at risk of not counting after a Republican-led commission refused to approve primary election results over distrust of Dominion vote-tallying machines.
By Chris Megerian, Morgan Lee, Associated Press
The fire began with prescribed burns that were set by the U.S. Forest Service, a standard practice that’s intended to clear out combustible underbrush. However, the burns spread out of control, destroying hundreds of homes across 500 square miles (1,300…
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