On social and health issues, the economy and more, the gender gap shows in expected -- and some surprising -- ways.
The wife says she's been held hostage for a decade — beaten, burned and even shackled during childbirth.
Nine show dogs have died at a private kennel in Westfield, and their owner says she believes a faulty air conditioner is to blame.
Others on the list include JFK's assassination, the O.J. Simpson verdict, the moon landing and the death of Osama bin Laden.
Joe Paterno defended his football program's integrity in a 7-month-old letter released Wednesday, a day ahead of a report that could forever mar his legacy.
Bull Moose will open its 11th location in South Portland's Mill Creek neighborhood this fall.
The suspects include a 40-year-old woman and three juvenile males.
Pressing an election-year point, Republicans again pushed through a bill to repeal the nation's two-year-old health care law.
Having reached the All-Star Break, the Red Sox look nothing like the team that won two World Series in four years, or the one with the best record in the American League for most of last season.
Demolition crews on Wednesday demolished the roller coaster known as the Comet, which was a centerpiece of the long-closed Lincoln Park.
Ben Bertini is awake and speaking and is currently receiving skin grafts.
Tareek Hendricks is accused of fatally stabbing 40-year-old Robert Stubbs in the victim's apartment last year.
Natural gas, which is used to produce nearly a third of the country's power, is 43 percent cheaper than a year ago.
The teacher gave the employee a disapproving look for texting during a yoga session.
Neighboring tenants of an office site in Kennebunk noted it was frequented by men for short stays.
26-year-old Benjamin Harris of Newington was emptying a plastic keg with pressurized air when it blew apart at the seams in April.
The only bright spot for Atlantic salmon in the region is Maine's Penobscot River, where hundreds of fish returned last year.
It is "astounding that you would actively advocate for the federal government to overrule Maine decisions," LePage writes to Pingree.
Her husband has been arrested in connection to suspected drug crimes and police want to question him about the circumstances of his wife's death.
Without action by lawmakers, wide-ranging tax cuts enacted a decade ago under President George W. Bush will expire on New Year's Day.
In an effort to win more black votes, Romney told the crowd he was the best president for African-Americans.
CashStar, which specializes in digital gift cards, plans to use the latest round of venture capital to expand internationally and add employees.
More than 90,000 gallons of ethanol burned in the crash, which rattled the capital city of Columbus and sent flames shooting into the area.
Police say tips from psychics are not ignored even though they are treated differently from tips from people with specific information.
Myles Connor Jr., a convicted art thief, is accused to robbing two women outside a Rhode Island convenience store.
U.S. Army police Sgt. Helaina Lake, 23, of Livermore Falls was severely injured in a June 21 suicide attack.
A 24-year-old Portland man died and two others were injured Wednesday in a predawn shooting on India Street, which was an apparently random act of violence.
Maine has adopted goals to reduce its oil dependence by 30 percent by 2030 and 50 percent by 2050.
Responses received over the next several weeks will help drive future economic policy decisions by the administration.
State Insurance Superintendent Eric Cioppa says relying solely on a standard homeowners' policy may be risky.
Amtrak reports the seventh consecutive year of growth for the Portland-to-Boston train service.
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They want to fill openings created by dropouts so no House or Senate race is uncontested in November.
The project that rerouted I-93 in Boston won't be paid off till at least 2038, stymieing other projects.
A political expert says the issue has momentum, but the margin will likely be closer by Election Day.
A 3-month-old infant died after a babysitter called police early Sunday morning.
We chart responses to the presidential race, same-sex marriage and the U.S. Senate race.
Col. James Campbell is nominated to be the state's new adjutant general.
The man plotted to crash model planes into federal buildings, the FBI says.
She targets a request for federal waivers that would enable him to drop 27,000 from MaineCare.
Respondents give Obama a 49 percent to 35 percent edge over Romney. In congressional elections, King is out in front, as are Reps. Pingree and Michaud.
The proposed rule would give voters a say in all town projects that cost more than $1 million.
The blackout, a growing trend, forces viewers to find ABC shows elsewhere.
The company that is renovating a historic West End church to create office space is exploring development opportunities that include the Maine State Pier, where previous plans fell apart.
Mark Strong, who owns The Strong Agency in Thomaston and is a former city official, was arrested Tuesday by state police.
Suzanne Phillips also was charged with leaving the scene of an accident.
The directive overrules two Maine laws intended to protect other fish species, but environmentalists say the presence of the foragers will benefit ecosystems.
But so far the town doesn't have a plan for the properties near routes 25 and 114.
Some of the six passengers are thrown into the water upon impact, and the boat propeller hits one of them.
LePage's latest verbal eruption has us once again reaching for the sanitary wipes.
Theodora Kalikow says she’ll meet with students, professors and staff to discuss challenges.