The steady drumbeat of one military ethics scandal after another has caused many to conclude that the misbehavior reflects more than routine lapses.
Boston grabs a rare road win, beating Philadelphia 114-108.
House Republicans conclude two top ideas won’t work, but consider adding a repeal of military pension cuts.
Protesters around the world targeted major Olympic sponsors Wednesday, urging them to speak out just ahead of the Winter Games.
Suzanne Basso, 59, lured a mentally impaired man to Texas, took over his Social Security payments and killed him.
The phenomenon occurs when moisture in the ground suddenly freezes and expands, breaking soil or bedrock and sounding like a sonic boom.
The residence is located off Route 302, and there were no immediate reports of injuries.
The intruder leaves the Hooked on Fishing bait shop without taking anything, presumably when Billy Bass started singing ‘Take Me to the River.’
Last year, at 17, she became the youngest female world ski champion since 1985 and the youngest American ever to hold a world title.
Police say they aren’t certain the suspect whom they have charged acted alone.
The man who helped break the Red Sox' World Series curse takes a leave of absence from ESPN.
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The retirement of several local power plants is reducing supply and driving up prices, the region’s electric grid operator says.
The gold-medalist didn’t see trouble ahead while zooming down a steep slope for a movie scene he was filming.
Justin Pillsbury is accused of stabbing Jillian Jones to death in their apartment.
New research focused on the Northeast, including Maine, challenges the notion that it was the arrival of hungry humans that led to the extinction of massive mammals.
The foundation has awarded about $180 million in grants to scores of Maine organizations since it was created in 1989.
The entertainer says he empathizes with those struggling in the congressional district where he lives, and plans to run as a Democrat.
Court documents lay out allegations against Carole and Marshall Swan that prosecutors say should influence their sentencing on federal extortion charges.
Police in Lewiston also suspect Brent Roaix in another robbery last month.
Caroline Biden has been in inpatient treatment for anger problems since her Sept. 17 arrest.
He says he wants to also see his other son and daughter and hopes they know he never gave up on finding them.
The statue of a ‘schlumpy guy’ in an eyes closed, zombie-like trance is part of an exhibit at the Wellesley College museum.
Torin Tucker, a junior from Sun Valley, Idaho, died while competing at a cross country skiing marathon on Saturday.
While Assad’s forces have used children as human shields in the fighting, a U.N. report also blasts rebels for ‘recruitment and use of children both in combat and support roles.’
The Chechen brothers accused of the 2013 Boston attacks hailed from just a few hundred miles away from Sochi.
Unofficial snowfall amounts provided by the Gray and Caribou offices of the National Weather Service.
Net income totaled $44.1 million at the end of 2013, and the company is seeking more acquisitions.
Scott Demmon may serve up to 10 years for five robberies.
He raced at Beech Ridge Motor Speedway in Scarborough.
The Holy See objects to what it considers the United Nation’s attempt to interfere with church teachings.
Concerns about the risk of injury led White to forgo the new snowboarding event.
Investigators are culling evidence obtained during the arrests of four people on drug charges.
The nation’s second-largest drugstore chain says it will phase out cigarettes, cigars and chewing tobacco by Oct. 1.
The daylong storm slows commutes, as more than 8 inches blankets much of southern and western Maine.
The implicated sailors are accused of cheating on written tests they must pass to be certified as instructors at a nuclear propulsion school at Charleston, S.C.
Man rushed to hospital after fall from bridge / Baby sitter and 4-year-old escape fast-spreading fire / Fryeburg man charged with burglary, arson other crimes … and more news from around the state.
The town is disappointed, calling the decision a ‘radical departure’ from traditional policies on beach access for the public.
The money is there, right now, to feed every last struggling student, but LePage's war on the the poor apparently takes precedent.
His death has been ruled a suicide, a state police spokesman says.
The Judge who presides over the pilot program expresses reservations about expanding until the current program reaches capacity.
King sees pluses for Maine farmers but is disappointed in food-stamp cut; Collins doesn't like late changes pertaining to the dairy industry.
The estimated reduction, equivalent to 2.5 million jobs over a decade, ignites a fierce political debate on Obamacare’s impact.
A state restaurant industry group is a leading opponent, and will be involved in compromise talks
Tests show the absence of a powerful additive.