The U.S. team had not swept all three medal spots in a World Cup race in nearly 13 years.
An estimated 143,000 Maine-made wreaths are being laid at the graves of veterans.
A religion order under investigation for taking on an “overly traditionalist bent” with the old Latin Mass is at the center of the growing controversy.
The former South African president is to be buried in Qunu, the native ground he loved.
The shooter, 18, was looking for a specific teacher, who had left the building after warnings from students.
The snowstorm could drop up to 18 inches in coastal areas in the south before it moves out Sunday afternoon, prompting Portland and other cities to activate parking restrictions.
President Obama called on the nation to help prevent future violence in an address released on Saturday’s anniversary of the school shooting in Newtown,.
With Thanksgiving coming late this year, growers are dealing with a deluge of demand for Christmas trees.
The lottery’s executive director expresses hope for a billion dollar prize before Christmas.
Robert Levinson’s family and officials hope to find the man who went missing nearly seven years ago.
The former Red Sox pitcher’s company is now defunct, and Rhode Island is on the hook for about $90 million.
Carlos Gonzalez is accused of abusing an 11-year-old Salem girl in 1992 and 1993.
The troubled contractor hired to arrange rides for MaineCare recipients parts ways with one of its key providers.
A painter hopes her work will spark thinking about protecting kids from all kinds of dangers.
A Massachusetts delegation urges Time Warner to reconsider, and a Maine group mulls action.
Relatives suspect that John Knudsen of Hollis intentionally provoked police into killing him.
The investigation followed allegations that Gov. LePage tried to pressure claims adjudicators.
A population surge is forcing the predator, usually a rare sight, to fly south for food, causing delight and concern.
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The leaked records show the agency can access most of the world’s calls and text messages.
Democratic statehouses tighten background checks while those in Republican hands relax gun restrictions.
A violist who was pregnant for the first PSO holiday concert in 1980 is delighted when that daughter joins this year’s show.
They are teenagers and life has been hard for them, she writes.
Paula Otto, the Mega Millions’ lead director, said sales were 40 percent ahead of projections.