Abigail Hernandez is safe but the mystery of her disappearance remains.
Jonathan Roof delivers a game-winning double in the bottom of the ninth.
Conservation groups and other areas celebrate the city’s stand against the heavy crude, as opponents map out strategies for overturning the new regulation.
Cutting off benefits to those out of work longer than six months allows a cycle of hopelessness to continue.
A ‘nonpartisan ice cream social’ at the office of Maine Sen. Angus King is designed to help the ice cream company scoop out a niche in the mid-Atlantic region.
Stars of the event include Oscar the blind kittens and Henri, the cat noir.
A father cherishes memories of family summer vacations on the nearby island.
A discussion of the fallout of a controversial statement.
In a general election, tea party candidates are less electable than moderate Republicans.
Red tape makes it difficult for the Fallons of Gardiner to get coverage for their newborn daughter.
The media use the governor’s outrageous statements as fodder for a partisan debate – even when the remarks are provably wrong.
Israel’s missile defense protects civilians, while Hamas uses civilians to protect their missiles.
But let’s give a green light to a pair of enterprising apps.
Darrell Issa’s unilateral style is also turning his committee into a forum for partisan clashes.
They’re answering the perennial question: What are we going to do about the state’s economy?
The redesign study group and the public, assisted by the best professional advice, should craft a set of new options.
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