Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Democratic leaders are pressing on with the proposal, while legislative Republicans say they're ready to block it if hospital repayment and Medicaid expansion aren't considered separately.
Hospital payback, Medicaid expansion hinge on LePage
Q&A: The facts surrounding the parties' disagreement
Ibragim Todashev, a mixed martial-arts fighter, was killed after lunging with a knife at an FBI agent who was questioning him in Orlando, Fla., authorities say.
The men say they just learned that church officials knew a priest was molesting children and did nothing to stop it.
Lois Lerner, who heads the office that decides whether groups qualify for tax exemptions, invoked her Fifth Amendment right against incriminating herself on Wednesday.
Official: Treasury played no role in IRS targeting
It's all downhill from here for state Sen. Dawn Hill...
Two men are shot by police Wednesday near a military barracks where another man was slain, and a video purports to show one of the attackers, covered in blood, making a political statement.
Damages could reach $2 billion in a disaster zone that stretches more than 17 miles.
Two infants among 10 children killed by tornado
One block: How neighbors saw twister's deadly path
Oklahoma teachers saved lives, witnesses say
SLIDESHOW: Aftermath of a tornado
The mortgage lender for the 61-acre property placed the highest bid.
If lawmakers want to be consistent, they should submit a bill to 'outlaw tobacco altogether' instead of just banning smoking in certain places, he says.
Judge Nancy Torresen tells Thomas Nelson, who stole $900,000, 'I consider this crime shameful.'
City councilors scale back a task force's tough approach, but those who perform with fire face new safety scrutiny.
Courtroom surprise: Stabbing suspect freed / Three Aroostook residents charged with making meth / Man arrested following standoff ... and more news from around the state.
Kylie Keene, a 2012 UMaine grad, was selected out of hundreds of applicants to be the “Nabisco 1D VIP Tour Correspondent” following the band in major cities.
Mike Krzyzewski will try to lead the U.S. men's Olympic basketball team to a third straight gold medal, a source with knowledge of the decision tells the Associated Press.
Both versions of the federal farm bill would cut assistance for people who really need it.
The judge tells the jury to try to identify areas of agreement and disagreement as members decide whether the convicted murderer should get life or death.
Portland street artists pleased with modest rules