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New Mexico Mystery: Why Are So Many Birds Dropping Dead?

By Simon Romero

Scientists say that the wildfires in the West combined with drought and record heat waves could be triggering one of the Southwest’s largest migratory bird die-offs in recent decades.

Hurricane Sally Is a Slow-Moving Threat. Climate Change Might Be Why.

By Richard Fausset, Rick Rojas and Henry Fountain

Scientists say that climate change, which has also contributed to the wildfires on the West Coast, helped intensify a storm that is unleashing a deluge in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi.

Hurricane Sally Is a Slow-Moving Threat. Climate Change Might Be Why.

By Richard Fausset, Rick Rojas and Henry Fountain

Scientists say that climate change, which has also contributed to the wildfires on the West Coast, helped intensify a storm that is unleashing a deluge in Florida, Alabama and Mississippi.

Inside a Nursing Home Devoted to Treating Those With Covid-19

By Isadora Kosofsky

In a New Mexico long-term care facility, residents rely on care providers for medical care and moments of connection.

Rain Batters Alabama Communities as Hurricane Sally Approaches

Officials urged people to prepare for flash floods, torrential rains and strong winds from the slow-moving Category 2 storm.

The Quest to Raffle Off Mexico’s Presidential Plane

By Natalie Kitroeff

The Mexican president has called the jet “an insult to the people,” but has failed to sell it or give it away. Some have called the spectacle a symbol of his leadership.

Policy on the Menu at the Museum of Food and Drink

By Florence Fabricant

A series of Zoom talks look at the ethics of chocolate and how the North American Free Trade Agreement affected Mexican food north and south of the border.

A Global Health Star Under Fire

By Apoorva Mandavilli

Former and current employees accuse Dr. Lucica Ditiu, leader of Stop TB, of harassment and bullying. The complaints threaten to slow prevention efforts worldwide.

In This Woodpecker Kingdom, War Is a Spectator Sport

By Priyanka Runwal

When prime habitat is up for grabs, acorn woodpeckers travel from all around to see who will win.

In This Woodpecker Kingdom, War Is a Spectator Sport

By Priyanka Runwal

When prime habitat is up for grabs, acorn woodpeckers travel from all around to see who will win.

A Global Health Star Under Fire

By Apoorva Mandavilli

Former and current employees accuse Dr. Lucica Ditiu, leader of Stop TB, of harassment and bullying. The complaints threaten to slow prevention efforts worldwide.

A Global Health Star Under Fire

By Apoorva Mandavilli

Former and current employees accuse Dr. Lucica Ditiu, leader of Stop TB, of harassment and bullying. The complaints threaten to slow prevention efforts worldwide.

Santa Fe Board Crushes George R.R. Martin’s Plan for β€˜Medieval Castle’

By Maria Cramer

An architect proposed a seven-sided tower called the “Water Garden Keep.” Neighbors feared it would attract Mr. Martin’s fans, and a review board said it did not fit Santa Fe’s Southwestern style.

El Chapo admitted women were his only addiction

By Louis Casiano

Imprisoned Mexican drug kingpin Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzman admitted to fathering 23 children and that women are his only addiction during a 2016 interview, according to media reports.

Forrest Fenn, Art Dealer Who Enticed Thousands to Hunt for Hidden Treasure, Dies at 90

By Michael Levenson

Mr. Fenn announced in a 2010 book that he had hidden a chest of gold nuggets, diamonds and other jewels somewhere in the Rocky Mountains. People reacted.

Between the Pandemic and the President: Mexico City Mayor’s Balancing Act

By Natalie Kitroeff

As the first woman and Jewish person elected to lead the capital, Claudia Sheinbaum needs the president’s support. But how close can she remain to a man who has downplayed the pandemic?

'Mammoth central' found at Mexico airport construction site

The number of mammoth skeletons recovered at an airport construction site north of Mexico City has risen to at least 200, with a large number still to be excavated, experts said Thursday.

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