Thursday, December 12, 2013
A report by Maine Audubon that says turbines can be compatible with wildlife is attacked by other advocates.
Maine Audubon: Wind farms, wildlife can be compatible
A state watchdog agency finds an undocumented and inconsistent process undermined the integrity and credibility of $4.7 million in health grants.
Read the watchdog's report
If Robert Levinson remains alive, he has been held captive longer than any American. But his captor and location remain a mystery.
US pleads for release of ex-agent held in Iran
A 12-year-old boy apparently made up the story about a man in a van who grabbed him.
Fewer US homes nationally entered the foreclosure path in November.
The 332-94 vote sends the measure to the Senate, where it will almost certainly pass and be sent to President Obama.
Progress in House, but contentiousness continues in Senate
Sunday's crash killed a pregnant woman who was the mother of 10 children.
Some in Seoul fear that the removal could create dangerous instability or lead to a miscalculation or attack on the South.
Nova Star Cruises plans to begin offering the nine-hour daily rides – which will include a casino, movie theater and spa – in May.
The marijuana is being tested to see if it is tainted with another chemical.
The journalist says he was libeled by Rob Ford’s insinuation he is a pedophile.
A British woman is an international fugitive, who allegedly transformed from a blindsided victim of her husband’s crimes to one of the world’s most wanted criminals.
Risky practices included letting drivers go 800 miles without rest, and operating with bad brakes.
University of Southern Maine resident composer Daniel Sonenberg receives $15,000 to produce an opera about Negro Leagues catcher Josh Gibson.
If someone wanted to better his life through boxing, Potvin thought he could help. That was his payoff.
Maine’s governor is siding with out-of-state power companies while our air quality suffers.
The Holy See’s financial watchdog agency has yet to inspect the embattled Vatican bank, a true test of whether the new laws to fight financial crimes are being enforced.
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