"We have footage in this documentary that no one's ever seen, stuff that Michael shot himself, behind-the-scenes stuff," Lee said. The movie will focus on Jackson's 'Bad' album.
"Ballplayer: Pelotero", a documentary that tracks corruption in the process of signing Dominican amateurs, opens Friday.
The Obama election campaign has a politically loaded question it wants voters to think about: What is Mitt Romney hiding?
The final book in "The Hunger Games" trilogy is coming to the big-screen in two parts starting in 2014.
William Thomas told a Bankruptcy Court today that Rhode Island's refusal to approve $5 million in tax-credit advances was the straw that broke the financial back of Curt Schilling's 38 Studios.
A family vacation turned into a nightmare Tuesday, when a 15-year-old girl had her leg severed on Kezar Lake after her father crashed the family boat.
A 22-year veteran of the Vermont State Police has resigned after accusations he charged the state for overtime he didn't work, Gov. Peter Shumlin said Tuesday.
Employees of a brokerage firm that has been unable to account for $220 million in customer money found their boss in his car in a coma at company headquarters.
With Armstrong digging in for a legal fight, the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency issued lifetime bans Tuesday to three former staff members and consultants on the cyclist's winning Tour de France teams for drug violations.
There were 3.6 million jobs openings last month. That's the second-highest level in nearly four years.
Carolyn Asquith is accused of not cooperating with opposing counsel, failing to comply with court orders and not paying for title services.
Kameny was an astronomer with the U.S. Army in the 1950s but was fired from his job for being gay. He contested the firing all the way to the Supreme Court and later organized the first gay rights protests outside the White House and Pentagon in the 1960s.
The ruling is a victory for Maine's Indian tribes and environmentalists, who say the state's laws have killed an important food source.
The Ashland man also planned to fly remote-controlled planes packed with explosives into the U.S. Capitol.
The chairman of the Indian tribe says the weak economy and rising competition are making it hard to renegotiate $2.3 billion in loans.
Their proposal would lower taxes for companies that hire new workers, give raises or buy major new equipment, but it stands little chance of passing the Republican-controlled House.
The owner of I'll Have Another says he sold his Kentucky Derby and Preakness winner to a farm in Japan for $10 million, a price that far exceeded any amount he was offered in the United States.
The robberies occurred at Cumberland Farms in April and at Community Pharmacy in June.
Col. James Campbell would replace outgoing Major General John Libby as the state's top military leader.
Mark Strong, who owns The Strong Agency in Thomaston and is a former city official, was arrested by the Kennebunk and state police.
Officials were trying to determine what type of sharks were spotted by a man at Wallis Sands Beach in Rye.
The plan calls for a recreational lodge, covered pavilions and a playground.
The $23.5 million structure will replace the Route 1 bridge that crosses the Presumpscot River between Portland and Falmouth.
The cards are from an extremely rare series issued around 1910.
Dylan Perkins, a 20-year-old inmate with 10 days left on his sentence, scaled a fence at the jail on Monday.
Portland, Ore., police say the man told them he hid the gun so he could retrieve it when he returned from his trip.
Computer simulations indicate that in years with a La Nina weather pattern, severe Texas heat waves are about 20 times more likely than in the 1960s.
Chevrolet says buyers can get refunds if they return their 2012 or 2013 vehicles for any reason. The guarantee lasts for up to 60 days from the date of purchase, and the offer ends Sept. 4.
The parties have until July 23 to nominate replacements for candidates who have dropped out of House and Senate races.
Investigators are trying to determine if the boat was overcrowded.
The U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services is not saying whether Maine still needs federal waivers for cuts affecting 27,000 Mainers.
As of 10:15 a.m., WMTW (Ch. 8) was still being blacked out on Time Warner cable in southern Maine, and neither the station nor the cable company could say exactly when the dispute might be resolved.
A porcelain picture of Daniel Healy on the Exeter monument has been smashed to pieces.
Ridership grew 4 percent in the fiscal 2012, and ticket revenue grew by 4.5 percent.
Prosecutors and defense attorneys have agreed to request a 17-year sentence.
Outdated state laws allow big banks and other investors to reap windfall profits by buying the houses for a pittance and reselling them, the report says.
A wildlife official says the teen's arm was still inside the 11-foot alligator when it was hunted down and killed Monday evening.
Police say 25-year-old Eric Ducas is charged with felony burglary for stealing from the home of a resident who took him and his girlfriend in.
Labor Department officials say that children performing farm work are four times more likely to be killed than those employed in all other industries combined.
Schilling has said the collapse of the company has probably cost him his entire baseball fortune.
The Attorney General's Office is investigating the shooting. No officers were injured.
Administrator John Lebel says he hopes a new air cooling compressor hoisted onto the Auburn jail's roof Monday is operational by today.
Emergency personnel responded just after 1 a.m. today to find the vehicle fully engulfed in flames in the middle of the street.
The plan aims to develop new programs to better align with the state's needs.
Sightings of the 400-pound bear began late last week and the manager of an educational farm says it's "not a welcome guest."
Trustees approve the policy changes after a controversy over the naming of ex-Baldacci administration officials to high-level posts.
At Jamilee Kus' first court appearance in the case, her bail is set at $5,000 cash.
A lack of funding puts the brakes on Maine's plan for making older drivers safer.
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The trooper killed a man after thinking a sheriff was threatened, the AG says.
The move follows a House vote to hold Eric Holder in contempt of Congress.
The man says his response to the great white 'was just instinct -- paddle and head out of there.'
Frank married his longtime partner on Saturday, securing a spot in history as the first sitting congressman to legally marry a same-sex partner.
Since nominating papers became available July 2, the greatest interest seems to be in East End seats.
The governor's statement stops short of a public apology.
A Westbrook man hopes to turn the experience into a career doing stunt work.
Turnpike officials say they want to target the many visitors who come through the York toll plaza.
City councilors decide to wait until November 2013 to ask voters to back the plan for a new building.
Theodora Kalikow is taking over for Selma Botman, who the board has agreed to reassign at her request.
ANALYSIS: Excluding the rich from an extension could rattle the economy just before the election.
Emmanuel Caulk proposes creating parent advisory councils in Portland schools.
A lifeguard says that the sharks were about 6 feet long.