John McCain has harsh words for President Obama while Iran wants details of the man’s mission.
The suspect allegedly stole a Jeep and a loaded handgun from a Machiasport couple.
Robert Dellinger told police he was depressed and aiming to kill himself when he drove his truck across a highway median and crashed into another car.
A late Miami interception seals New England’s fate.
Arthur Fournier published an early study on the mysterious autoimmune disease later identified as AIDS.
The actor died Saturday following a long illness.
The ground beef sold Saturday may be contaminated by metal clips.
Police said Andrew Chapman was operating the vehicle with three passengers when it crashed into a tree.
Americans who have health insurance are blaming President Obama’s health care overhaul for rising premiums.
The Austrian won his 14th World Cup slalom race.
Several thousands people gathered for the funeral of the iconic leader.
Police said the teenage shooter intended to harm a teacher and others at the school.
The impact of the season's first big snowstorm is light, with scattered outages and minor accidents.
A map of where the snow fell and how deep it is, updated with current amounts.
The storm is packing a powerful punch from the Midwest to New England, causing flight cancellations and challenging travel conditions.
Many new stoves likely will rely on catalytic burners, a technology that proved troublesome in the 1980s.
Manufacturers say new rules will drive up costs and spook buyers who would otherwise upgrade older, dirtier units.
The city comes to a standstill as the storm pummels the Mideast for a fourth day.
The finding indicates the moon could have an environment that is friendly to life.
On Dec. 17, 2011, Justin DiPietro calls 911 to report his 20-month old daughter Reynolds missing after finding her bed empty.
The landing is the first on the moon in 37 years.
A friend says Karl Pierson left the team after being suspended in September for threatening the coach.
Maine will host a summit on dealing with invasive species that are having an effect along the East Coast.
The documents taken as souvenirs from a Virginia courthouse turned up in a Massachusetts attic in 2006.
Hundreds of competitors get a pep talk from Sen. Angus King before trying to solve problems.
The investigation continues, but police still believe witnesses are withholding information.
The department, by far the largest in Maine’s state government, has become a cafeteria of crises.
Citizens group hopes to offer gun trigger locks / Cold temps help ski areas
The body of the former UMaine player is exhumed at his family’s request.
Whether they stay dead or just play dead until Congress reauthorizes them, Maine businesses and people will have to endure financial uncertainty.
A low-potency but effective strain from Colorado offers Maine families hope, but tests the legal limits of medicinal pot and highlights how far some parents will go to alleviate the suffering of kids who have epilepsy.