He's encouraging the country's turnaround to democracy, not rewarding it, the president says.
The cause of the crash might be related to the driver's medical condition.
Yet there is no obvious link among alleged clients in the prostitution case other than the charge against them.
The cause of the accident isn't yet known.
Raheem Singleton has a spot with the Red Claws, who cut four players on Sunday.
Tickets can be purchased on the website at savings of 10 to 35 percent for skiers who buy tickets at least 24 hours in advance.
Proceeds from the sticker will go toward funding the next aerial survey scheduled for 2015, which will help find new heron colonies in the state.
A psychic fair in Portland attracts believers in the great beyond.
Notre Dame is No. 1 for the first time since November 1993.
Hundreds attended Saturday's memorial gathering and a wake later in the afternoon at the funeral home.
Margaret Hayden of Brunswick is a senior at Stanford University in California, where she majors in human biology.
Maggie Hassan, the state's new governor, supports one well-regulated, high-end casino that is selected by a competitive bid.
Christopher Flayhan, 53, was killed when his motorcycle collided with a pickup truck Saturday morning.
A Gaza health official says five women and four small children are among the dead.
Some shoppers arrived Friday night to line up outside a Best Buy store to wait for sales the day after Thanksgiving.
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Funeral service for fire victims / Governor praises food drive helpers / Police join efforts to reduce fatalities ... and other news from around New England
Islesboro residents will attempt to cull the herd to reduce the incidence of Lyme disease with their first-ever shotgun hunt.
Michael Duguay signs on with Summit Utilities, where he will help with a regional expansion.
A photographer makes images of buildings such as the Wentworth home in Athens before it's too late.
A farmer says the town is exaggerating its claims of his cattle wandering across routes 17 and 135.
Brookline joins Nantucket as the only communities in Massachusetts prohibiting the bags – 22 years later.