Crews clear the fumes at 100 State Street in about 20 minutes.
Nicholas Simmons disappeared from his parents’ house in a small upstate New York town on New Year’s Day.
Colin Kaepernick uses his arm and legs to guide San Francisco to another playoff win over the Packers.
There are countless smartwatches and eyeware for tech nerds this year.
The apartment fire was on the 20th floor of the 43-story building.
The Bengals had the NFL’s No. 3 defense, but it was San Diego’s defenders who stole the show in a 27-10 playoff win.
An FAA spokesman said the plane was headed from Tucson, Ariz., and crashed upon landing.
Logging activity trips a power line between Epping and Columbia early Saturday morning, but power gets restored within about two hours.
Officials appeal for help in finding a pickup driver who pursued a young Poland man and shot him in Pennsylvania.
Florida State has won each of its 13 games by at least 14 points; Auburn went from 3-9 last season to 12-1.
The canceled flights include a number of trips between Logan and O’Hare International Airport in Chicago, where 5 to 7 inches of snow fell overnight.
Republicans intend to focus on every facet of President Barack Obama’s health care law and Democrats will press to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour and extend unemployment benefits.
He says growing violence in Iraq’s Anbar province has ominous implications for countries in the region.
Pope Francis will visit Amman, Bethlehem and Jerusalem from May 24-26.
Many may be entitled to insurance, but small towns that can’t afford to pay for it will be facing a burden.
Failed presidential nominee Mitt Romney says, 'Were it were my choice, I would not vote for Russia to hold the Winter Olympics or the Summer Olympics.'
A ‘polar vortex’ will affect more than half of the continental U.S. into Monday and Tuesday, with wind-chill warnings stretching from Montana to Alabama.
The two sides are trying to reach a out plea deal before the new trial date of Feb. 2.
Flights are halted for two hours and cause residual delays.
Maine Department of Transportation officials closed down the bridge in anticipation of melting as temperatures moderated for the first time in days.
A man contacts a German magazine claiming he has a smartphone video of Michael Schumacher’s skiing accident.
Riders registered in any of those states can explore trails in the other two for free from Jan. 31 to Feb. 2.
Backyard Farms grows about 450,000 plants that produce around 27 million pounds of tomatoes each year.
The hardliners oppose a pullback to the 1967 border lines on security and ideological grounds.
A series of bombs in Shiite neighborhoods of Baghdad kill at least 20.
An agricultural exhibition is Tuesday through Thursday at the Augusta Civic Center.
Julie and Ruby Persons’ Chicks in Hats and Gerbils in Hats products are hits on social media.
An open house last month drew people who shared their photos, articles and stories about the past.
All the weather ingredients are in place for a near-record or historic cold outbreak, experts say.
No injuries in fire likely caused by space heater / Executives testing waters for reviving shoe industry / Labor leader Charles O’Leary dies at 76 / Narrows Bridge to be closed in hopes of ice melt
At issue is whether or not N.H. residents have the right to know if their foods are genetically engineered.
Their healthful, affordable recipes are featured in the new cookbook, ‘New School Cuisine.’
Opponents who fear the project would scar the outdoors brace for a fight.
Carrabassett Valley Academy students learn to embrace uphill and downhill challenges.
Donations may still be made to the annual fund.
Those issues, rubbing shoulders with the budget, will dominate the Maine Legislature's second session, set to begin Wednesday.
Amanda Edwards’ work will be part of the opening Monday of Boston Children’s Hospital new addition.