Friday, May 24, 2013
LePage tells reporters and Democrats he will move out of the State House because of the disagreement.
Hear comments from Justin Alfond and Mark Eves
Read Maine Democrats' statement
Read Gov. LePage's statement
Investigators scrutinize a 2011 triple slaying that left Tamerlan Tsarnaev's boxing partner dead.
Dear Governor LePage: Is all this theater of the absurd really your attempt to pull our attention away from a serious public-policy issue?
Predictions of rain every day but Monday, and cool temperatures too, could put a damper on Memorial Day travel.
The objection is filed to a judge's decision to seal the police affidavit in the death of Nichole Cable.
Girl's murder suspect silent amid sea of grief in Maine court
Minutes after Democrats' symbolic victory, LePage wipes it out and calls for a different bill to repay Maine's hospital debt.
But the ban on gay Scout leaders remains in place, continuing the debate over membership policy.
- By JESSICA HALL
A day after she refused to answer questions at a congressional hearing, Lois Lerner has been placed on administrative leave.
Conservatives struggling to expand IRS scandal – so far
ALCOM, a Winslow trailer manufacturing company, calls the claims by labor groups "very false."
The panel votes not to support student transfers out of struggling schools or more than 10 charters.
The president also announces a renewed push to close the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba.
Anti-war protester shouts at Obama during speech
King co-sponsors bill requiring independent drone strike analysis
County sues over $280,000 jail payment / No new license required if Oxford Casino is sold / Senate sends lobbying proposal to LePage ... and more news from around the state.
Maine's summer theater season unfolds / Virtuoso guitarist Tommy Emmanuel comes to Portland / Movie reviews: 'Fast & Furious 6' and 'The Hangover Part III' / Mid Coast Edge Wii Tou ...
The governor wants his bill or nothing at all. But nothing would be the wrong choice for Maine.
Obama makes his case for a drone-strike policy that includes killing U.S. citizens abroad.
No deal in sight to rescue Maine health bill