At a central Maine hearing, state officials are told the insurance setup with Maine Med will cause financial and physical hardship.
The historic announcement includes legally married gay couples who live in states that have banned same-sex marriage.
The unusual step comes amid growing concern about the overuse of acetaminophen, a pain-relieving ingredient that's the nation's leading cause of sudden liver failure.
Ocean Renewable Power wins two Department of Energy grants that will help it develop its technology and add jobs.
Economists expect growth to stay at that rate in the second half of the year, helped by steady job gains and less drag from federal spending cuts.
All former players are eligible to seek care, screening or compensation from a pot of $765 million.
The tentative jet contract calls for the North Berwick plant to make 38 units at a lower cost than its last order.
Restaurant owners say they would have to raise prices and reduce jobs to pay people $15 an hour.
The Portland company names Ben Kaplan its chief operating officer.
Investors shy away as the economy grapples with Syria, rising oil prices, and stimulus indecision.
Lenders would have to retain some credit risk on non-standard home loans.
In the face of fierce competition for college acceptance, students turn to courses and tutors.
Training on old technology and equipment doesn't do the job, they say before legislators vote on the plan.
Workers at McDonald's and other chains plan to strike nationwide on Thursday to demand higher wages.
In the wake of a lawsuit against the mogul, former students say they paid thousands but gained little.
LeapFrog, VTech and others hope to appeal to parents who want to make the Internet safer for kids.