The data does not include Lac-Megantic, Quebec, where 1.5 million gallons spilled and a train exploded in July, killing 47 people. The cargo originated in North Dakota.
Sanctions are lifted by the European Union in response to the announcement.
Two Mexican citizens are accused of using fraudulent credit cards to obtain tens of thousands of dollars’ worth of merchandise in Texas.
‘It would be very hard for me to imagine putting it anywhere else than where it has seemed to have found a very strong audience,’ PBS' president says.
Brad Marchand scores two goals, Patrice Bergeron nets two assists, and Boston wins an afternoon affair on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Roger Kleinsmith offered to let a woman stay in his motel room and attacked her when she rebuffed his sexual advances, police say.
Papua New Guinea is the only other nation that doesn’t provide or require a paid maternity leave, according to information on 185 countries.
The special occasion was a visit by more than a dozen rabbis from Argentina.
The former secretary of defense speaks at Portland’s annual breakfast honoring the slain civil rights leader.
Everyone gets out of the apartment house on Irving Street, but the Victorian-era building shows major damage.
The Kittery Water District said it hopes to have the repairs finished before the Tuesday morning commute.
The search for bodies in the crippled International Nutrition plant progressed slowly Monday, but the death toll wasn't likely to get bigger.
The Portland Symphony Orchestra receives $15,000 to fund the second year of the program.
The man, wearing a ski mask, took off with cash from the Bingham branch of Camden National Bank. Nobody was injured.
Installation of electric vehicle charging ports at some companies has not kept pace with demand, creating animosity among employees.
Snow is also expected along the coast Tuesday as a storm is expected to drop up to 4 inches.
The Patriots coach calls the play on Sunday one of the worst he’s seen and says Wes Welker made no attempt to get open.
At the Augusta show, a general store in Windsor gets to show off its stock of wedding dresses.
He will spend three years in prison for inking two 14-year-olds in his motel room, and for related sex and drug offenses.
With thousands of dollars on the line, nobody wants to swallow the price of a wedding hall bankruptcy, no-show photographers or, heaven forbid, a change of heart.
The New Jersey lieutenant governor calls the claim ‘false’ and ‘illogical’ that Superstorm Sandy aid was withheld become of politics.
Both blazes were caused by food left cooking on stoves, the fire chief says.
Facing below-zero temperatures and 95 mph wind gusts, the group tries to dig into snow for shelter.
It will be the first Super Bowl since 1991 pitting the league’s highest-scoring team in the regular season against the team that was scored on the least.
The prosecution also will make its final rebuttals Monday, the last hearing day scheduled in the trial ahead of the verdict later this month.
If all goes as planned, Rosetta will reach comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko in the coming months and drop a lander onto its icy surface to take samples.
Authorities say there’s no report any of the oil has leaked from the cars.
The average price is 3.1 cents per gallon lower than a year ago.
In the first step of an interim accord, Iranian TV said officials have disconnected centrifuges producing 20-percent enriched uranium.
From New Hampshire to San Diego, gay Republican candidates must challenge Democratic opponents in addition to religious conservatives from their own party.
The president comments on a range of topics and waxes philosophical in The New Yorker.
The Chinese crew of the 500-foot ship had abandoned the 500-foot ship was rescued from life rafts.
The new outlets are staffed by Staples employees, not postal workers, and labor officials say that move replaces well-paying union jobs with low-wage, nonunion workers.
While state-run TV trains its cameras on luxury malls, sleek stadiums and high-speed train links, thousands of ordinary people in the Sochi area put up with squalor and environmental waste.
Police arrest Jeremy Holt of Clinton in the robbery of the Super 95 One Stop, where he is a former employee.
Officials say a Palmyra case highlights a trend of desperation when the economy goes sour.
The nation’s president later says he has named a group to work out a solution to the crisis with the opposition.
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Several expect to appeal new federal flood zones, which could mean soaring insurance rates for property owners.
Historic photos from 1967, 1978 and 1986 chronicle some of the activism that the Portland branch of the NAACP brought to Maine.
Now owned by his two sons, the nearly century-old boatyard is believed to be the only fourth-generation-owned boatyard in New England.
Campaign finance disclosures reveal connections that suggest the independent candidate could get a boost from the well-heeled group.
The state’s history includes a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision on interracial marriage.
At 80 and settled in Maine, Bailey still has more he wants to do in his career and says being readmitted to law practice would help.
The two companies installing lines in central Maine have forced water utilities to divert resources.
The humble manner and powerful message of the civil rights icon left his Maine audience in awe.
Participants find that performing poses off the floor can be easier and more relaxing than traditional yoga.