Don says he had a special moment with his late brother while listening to a song Phil had written.
The Texas Republican vowed to renounce his Canadian citizenship by the end of last year, but he is still a dual citizen.
Meanwhile, government lawyers seek to block last month’s ruling against the program.
The drawdown suggests that diplomats are deeply concerned about fighting between rival groups.
The Agriculture Department removes the meat and grain limits for good.
An Army staff sergeant grabs a fire extinguisher after someone poured gasoline on a carpeted stairway and set it ablaze.
The company says there is no merit to the claims that the social network profits by profiling users’ Web activity and sharing the data with marketers.
A photo from the Portland Press Herald's archives shows two small buildings that occupied a corner lot behind Merrill Auditorium. They were sold to the city for $5,000 and demolished.
Militants have held Fallujah and Ramadi since Wednesday, and try to tout themselves as champions of the Sunni minority.
Steve Tran says he forgot about buying lottery tickets until the realization spurred him from sleep.
LePage says he will submit a bill to eliminate ‘good cause’ exemptions from the work requirement.
A coroner’s report also says no alcohol or drugs were detected in the system of the ‘Fast & Furious’ star or the driver of the vehicle.
The first of its kind in the country, BiblioTech has plenty of iMacs and iPads, but no paper volumes, in an area where most families don’t have Wi-Fi.
The proposals would limit firearm access for some mental-health patients.
Southern Maine Medical Center and Goodall Hospital will now be known as Southern Maine Health Care.
The watershed conservation program was voluntary and didn’t include any new regulations, but it drew opposition from some landowners and Republican politicians.
The new bridge had to be closed for about an hour Thursday night as the bridge lift was being lowered.
The New England Patriots had no first-team All-Pro selections this year.
No injuries are reported in the derailment that blocked traffic at a railroad crossing.
Some corn and soybean farmers have eagerly anticipated a new generation of resistant seeds as weeds immune to Monsanto’s Roundup become more common.
The building saw only minor damage after a frozen heating unit triggered a leak that shut down the building’s boiler.
The agency’s findings may expedite the rail industry’s push for stronger tank cars for moving crude and other hazardous materials.
Notable ‘saves’ include Wrigley Field and New Orleans’ Saenger Theatre.
The man suspected of killing him exhibited erratic behavior and underwent a psychiatric evaluation before the slaying.
About 1,800 gallons of oil spilled when a gauge on the school’s oil tank malfunctioned.
No major storms are on the horizon beyond some rain or freezing rain that could arrive Sunday and last into Monday.
The fluffy snow proves easy to move, but frigid temperatures bring warnings for those heading outdoors.
It’s the latest in a string of legal victories for people who are in this country without permission.
Dentist pleads not guilty in death of wife / Maine man stands accused of stealing lottery tickets / Senator wants new rules when trains strike an object ... and more news from around the region.
Ice on rivers comes sooner than it has for quite a few years, allowing commercial operations to get the season started.
Clothing choices are key, as are warming breaks and common sense. Plus a personal mini-heater helps.
Officials say the fire is typical of those that happen during extreme weather and power outages.
AAA Northern New England received calls for roadside assistance at the rate of 200 every 30 minutes.
Mayor Michael Brennan will lead a delegation for the 30th anniversary of Portland’s first sister-city partnership.
The former first lady gets messages of encouragement as she is treated for respiratory illness.
A state commission also proposes studying challenges facing long-term care in the state.
The fund aimed to provide toys for up to 7,000 children.
The trash-burning plant’s board may end a $2.5 million annual charge, but a critic says it also could return money to member communities.
The survey shows Americans have little confidence that the federal government can make real progress.