The NCAA's Division III Committee on Infractions completes its investigation into financial aid violations and cites the university for failing to monitor its financial aid process
Federal prosecutors dropped all charges today against the former presidential candidate after his corruption trial ended last month in a deadlocked jury.
The band re-recorded some of its material for the new movie 'ROck of Ages', starring Alec Baldwin, Tom Cruise, Julianne Hough and Catherine Zeta-Jones.
The mogul, Sheldon Adelson, had previously given $21 million to Newt Gingrich's campaign to almost single-handedly keep his candidacy alive a few extra months.
The company has been struggling with weak PC sales as consumers increasingly shift to tablets and smartphones.
Jurors, who met for only 15 minutes Tuesday, resumed deliberations this afternoon as they work through a complex verdict sheet.
Tom Coughlin was in no mood to be noble toward the New England Patriots for plucking injured tight end Jake Ballard off the waiver wire.
Ernst & Young CEO James Turley becomes the first member of the Boy Scouts' executive board known to publicly disapprove of the policy.
An associate in New York's Lucchese crime family, Hill told detailed and disturbing and often hilarious tales of life in the mob in the 1986 book "Wiseguy: Life in a Mafia Family."
Catherine Greig, the mobster's longtime lover, was sentenced to 8 years in prison this week for conspiracy to harbor a fugitive and identity fraud.
Dr. Jose Montero, state director of public health, will meet with the media Wednesday afternoon to give an update of the investigation.
The seaside city is enjoying a peace that, except for the infrequent attack, has lasted the better part of a year.
Convicted murdered Dennis Dechaine is seeking a new trial based on a partial DNA profile from an unknown male found on his alleged victim's dead body.
Already the findings are reshaping scientists' views of how people stay healthy.
Portland was the 65th most-searched market nationally in May, based on research by Realtor.com.
The committee overseeing the renovation is looking at building a bank of suites on the building's west end to make them more attractive for leasing.
Democratic nominee Cynthia Dill commends King for his concern about the corrupting influence of money on politics, but Republican nominee Charlie Summers derides the proposal as "gimmickry."
According to the lawsuit and a federal indictment, witnesses on Flight 191 say Capt. Clayton Osbon ran through the cabin in a wild rant.
With at least 19 large fires burning in nine states, President Obama says federal agencies are ready to provide personnel, equipment and emergency grants for states battling fire.
With the acquisition of Rockland-based Midcoast Internet Solutions, the combined company will have 81 employees. No job losses are expected from the deal.
"He told me that if I ever told anyone that I'd never see my family again," a former foster child testified Wednesday at Sandusky's child sexual-abuse trial.
As of 2 p.m., all but two of the regional lacrosse championships scheduled for today are still on.
The boy received 35 teeth and nail puncture wounds, and a 3 inch-by-3 inch section of his scalp was torn off.
According to former Secretary of State many countries are 'having these kinds of internal civil wars.'
Hundreds of rolls of toilet paper spilled into the roadway and much of the 10 tons on board was ruined.
The Red Arrow Diner is depicted in 'Grownups 2', currently being filmed in Massachusetts.
Michael Folsom ordered 3,800 pills to support his 10 to 15 pill-per-day habit.
Daniel Fifield Jr.'s off-road-style bike went into a culvert and crashed through a fence.
The author's heirs wanted to prevent commercial exploitation of the author such as the use of his image and name on coffee mugs.
The couple and their 6-year-old son come home to find city officials posting their apartment building unfit to live in. "I have $4 to my name. I just spent $200 on groceries."
The billionaire mayor invites 1,300 mayors to compete for millions in funding for new programs to solve urban challenges and enhance city life.
U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen and Kelly Ayotte write to the chairman of the U.S. Board of Geographic Names urging board members to approve the request.
Police began an investigation after an electronic photo of a sexual assault involving a child was sent to Brewer police.
According to the complaint, Dennis Allain of Worcester, Mass., has paid just $461 to support his son now living in Maine. His last payment of $19 was made in March 1998.
Residents approve a tax break for a firm that proposes to build a natural gas pipeline through central Maine.
A Baghdad military spokesman says the attacks are meant to reignite all-out sectarian bloodshed, "but Iraqis are fully aware of the terrorism agenda and will not slip into a sectarian conflict."
"This case is a prime example of the ability of Mexican drug cartels to establish footholds in legitimate U.S. industries," says the chief of the IRS' criminal investigation unit.
National Endowment for the Arts chairman Rocco Landesman is visiting Rockland and Portland to see how the creative economy is helping local communities.
Ron Barber, who almost lost his life in the Arizona shooting rampage that wounded former Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, defeats Republican Jesse Kelly.
The getaway-car driver gets at least seven years for his role in Krista Dittmeyer's death.
Former President George H. W. Bush celebrates his 88th birthday in Maine with a screening of a film of his life.
But at the hearing on the convicted killer's bid for a new trial in Maine, the state tries to show how easily the evidence could have been contaminated.
City officials tour the area Tuesday, led by neighbors who want to see some building height limits reduced.
About $40 million approved by legislators and voters in 2009 can’t be spent without his OK.
Dutremble, Boyle and Millett also win in districts that serve Biddeford-Saco and Portland.
Same-sex marriage backers exceed goal to earn grant / Bucksport boy hurt in fall during school trip at Fort Knox / Down East arts promotion program gets $250,000 grant ... and more news from around Maine.
Budget votes for Regional School Units 23 and 5 / Roosters in Raymond ... and more
The U.S. Senate race in Maine is expected to be expensive and have national ramifications.
Calder says he won't seek a recount in the tightly contested race and will help Courtney campaign against U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, D-Maine, throughout the summer and fall.
The Eastport businessman wins the GOP nomination to challenge U.S. Rep. Mike Michaud – for the second time.
U.S. SENATE: Maine race is expected to be expensive and have national ramifications
Rep. Linda Valentino is running against Rep. Don Pilon for the Senate District 5 Democratic nomination.
Political newcomer Patrick Calder of Portland held a 293-vote lead over Senate majority leader Jon Courtney of Springvale with 134 of 175 precincts reporting.