But in a statement after signing the National Defense Authorization Act for 2014, he says the actions lack the flexibility he would need to complete the process.
An investor says stakeholders lost more than $400 million when the tower’s managing owners refused cash deals and did the public offering.
The author discerns ‘enormous homoeroticism’ in his work and suggests that asking little boys to pose for an illustration would be problematic today.
David Labbe now displays 28 toilets on a strip of land behind his home, his protest over a city decision that prevented him from selling his property for development as a Dunkin’ Donuts.
Massport ‘s website indicates that domestic travel accounted for most of the passenger growth during the year.
Older policies are being allowed to continue in 36 states, while some insurance companies choose to discontinue the old policies that don’t comply with the new federal mandates.
Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan praises the legislature for working across party lines to pass a responsible, $10.7 billion budget.
Some sites employ moderators while others, including Popular Science, say enough is enough and ban comments altogether.
Richard Peacock says he’s thankful to be alive after suffering a heart attack while narrowly escaping a fire.
The budget prevents another government shutdown for nearly two more years.
The Miami Heat star receives 31 of 96 votes cast in a poll of news organizations, beating Peyton Manning (20) and Jimmie Johnson (7).
Bill Knight was one of the volunteers who spoke to soldiers as they deployed and arrived at Bangor International Airport.
Fires like the one that destroyed the Waterville garage are a hazard of the home-heating season.
They want to know if Mainers and others who trained at a base in Canada were affected by the toxic defoliant there.
A rollover between the Wells and York exits blocked a lane in each direction for part of the afternoon.
Authorities advise that generators should never be used inside a home, basement or garage or outside near an open window.
The delivery service cited overwhelming volume for its inability to get all packages to customers before the holiday.
Riders had been stranded in the cold outside a depot on Christmas Day.
As thousands regain electricity, crews face harsh conditions and extensive damage in areas hit hardest by the ice storm.
South Burlington’s Me2/orchestra bills itself as 'the world’s only classical music organization for individuals with mental illness and the people who support them.'
Thirty-year-old Katie Hamilton of Brookline was killed in the accident around 9 a.m. Christmas Eve.
Some midterm-election candidates support fixing the new law, others want it repealed.
Leaders say ‘rogue nature’ of latest violence makes response difficult
Other subjects surveyed include news stories, New Year’s Eve plans and pop culture.
Greenpeace said other foreign members of the crew were expected to get their exit visas on Friday.
The Rhode Island city aims to start with 20 stations and 200 bicycles before expanding to 40 stations.
Middlebury College students are providing ‘supermarket-quality food at fast-food prices.’
That’s the question, as the fledgling nonprofit takes on a mountain of debt to be only the second provider in our marketplace.
Travis Mills, who plans to move to Manchester, hopes to attend a Jan. 16 screening in Augusta.
With 18 states now in the same-sex corner, pressure is on the Supreme Court to settle the issue for good.
Advocates say they will keep trying for approval after an Ellsworth man’s request to make the syndrome a qualifying condition is rejected with no explanation.
Gary Brown will leave in March 2014, but he and the town council have not said why.
Pipe organs rejuvenated by A. David Moore grace churches, concert halls even some homes.
It's part of a movement to give veterans special help in the legal system.
Kayleigh Ballantyne of Gorham talks about her ordeal in South Boston and her recovery in the months since.
While he went free for 14 years, the parents of his victim worked to establish the database that finally identified him.
The package delivery companies blame weather and volume for slowdowns that left some homes short on gifts on Christmas.
They pour time, money and passion into the pursuit of creating the perfect skating place.
They'll work to tighten oversight of the department after the Press Herald uncovered failures, but don't expect to investigate its commissioner.