Schumer says he'll pursue an answer as a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which oversees the FBI.
Mike Roylos, who owns the Spartan Grill in Monument Square, will offer 5 cents per cigarette butt in hopes of cleaning up the downtown area.
If it's not there on Wednesday night in New York, the Celtics will have a very tough time extending their season to a Game 6.
Police say David Roberts was trying to leave the branch Friday when two brothers apprehended him.
Its presence does not necessarily mean that a woman helped build the device, a law enforcement official says.
Judy Clarke has represented the Unabomber, Susan Smith and Tuscon shooter Jared Loughner, among other high-profile clients.
About 35 apartment units are damaged in the fast-moving blaze, and the cause of the fire is still unknown.
The agents were seen carrying away several bags, and Katherine Russell left with her attorneys through a back door.
Police swarm Alder Street and evacuate residents before the man is arrested after four hours on terrorizing and other charges.
NBA reporter Chris Broussard says Jason Collins, other homosexuals and fornicators are in 'open rebellion' with God.
Speaking to a crowd of business leaders, he also criticizes President Obama and Maine's wind-energy industry.
Scott Adair of Scarborough was an experienced paraglider pilot on his first solo flight in a gyrocopter.
Hospitals support expanding Medicaid, but don't want that issue to slow down payment of the state's debt to hospitals.
The Taliban claims responsibility, but the U.S.-led coalition says there was no militant activity in the area at the time.
As of May 1, fishermen who chase bottom-dwelling groundfish face cuts that fishermen say will destroy the industry.
Maine has yet to accept federal funding to expand the government-sponsored health coverage to nearly 70,000 uninsured Mainers.
The man, who supposedly tutored bombing suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, says, 'I wasn't his teacher.'
An honors student at an all-male Catholic high school tried to commit suicide in his first-period classroom Monday, sending other students scrambling for cover.
The federal agency says the company failed to protect workers at an excavation site in Scarborough.
The president says instead of racing ahead to the next cutting edge, American scientists are wondering whether they'll be able to develop any new products at all.
The province is offering $21 million to subsidize the service over seven years, beginning next year.
While SpaceShipTwo did not break out of the atmosphere during the test flight, it marks a milestone for Virgin Galactic, which intends to take passengers on suborbital joyrides.
In a first-person story in Sports Illustrated, he becomes the first active player in one of four major U.S. professional sports to come out as gay.
The assessment – combined with Congress' reluctance to spend new dollars – complicates President Barack Obama's effort to expand pre-K programs across the country.
“I was in the bathroom a couple of minutes and I came out and the outside porch was all in flames," says Clyde Berry.
Michael Jackson's mother has accused concert giant AEG Live of failing to properly investigate the doctor convicted in his death in June 2009 at age 50.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey says the building will stand 1,776 feet tall when the spire pieces plus a steel beacon are lifted into place.
The reputed gangster's lawyers hoped the informant would undercut the testimony of a key prosecution witness.
Some boats were melted from the heat. No injuries were reported.
Mohammed Sohel Rana was arrested Sunday as he tried to flee to India. He will be held for questioning on charges of negligence, illegal construction and forcing workers to join work.
If confirmed, he will replace outgoing Secretary Ray LaHood, one of the few Republicans serving in Obama's administration.
Officials say a lack of rainfall has made for dry conditions, with several wildfires being reported in recent days.
Maine-based ENH Power has picked up 54,000 customers from New Hampshire utilities, primarily PSNH, since last summer.
Prices in Maine are now almost 40 cents lower than on the same day last year.
James Everett Dutschke was brought to federal court in Oxford, Miss., wearing an orange jumpsuit with his hands shackled.
"It's all lies and hypocrisy. I'm sick and tired of all this nonsense that they make up about me and my children."
They're trying germ-fighting machines that resemble "Star Wars" robots, germ-resistant copper bed rails, call buttons and IV poles, antimicrobial linens, curtains and wall paint – yet there is no widely accepted evidence that these inventions have prevented infections or deaths.
The daring attack in the upscale neighborhood, which is home to many embassies and officials, was another blow to the government of President Bashar Assad.
Wildlife officials say Maine's turkey population is strong after once being reduced to small numbers.
The Committee on Energy and Natural Resources takes up a bill today that seeks to change mining regulations to add water quality protections.
In an odd twist, pro-marijuana groups that provide the drug to patients fear for their future if a proposed bill passes.
Outdoor guides and camp owners say it will turn off visitors, but backers tout new jobs and clean energy.
The FBI wants to penalize tech firms such as Facebook and Google that fail to provide intercepted communications.
Amy Waldman, whose novel is about the aftermath of 9/11, mulls American Muslims' perspectives.
Sarah Finnemore plans to go to Harvard, but she's shown a flair for hands-on learning in welding work.
But "the big unknown," says the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, is the six months Tamerlan Tsarnaev spent in Russia.
Ex-Marine Richard Gordon is recognized for his work on behalf of the Maine Marine Corps League.
The city hopes to see at least 800 more apartments built as demand forces up rents.
Close to 1,000 people of all ages ran, slithered and splashed Sunday in the 2.5-mile Into the Mud Challenge.
Bigger populations of alewives, shad and herring will mean better fishing in the Presumpscot River.
"A Place at the Table," which was a selection of the 2011 Sundance Film Festival, tells the true stories of three people who don't know where their next meal will come from.
Carl Stasio takes the reins of Portland's first charter school.