He draws protests from flight attendants and airline officials.
The former Patriots star suffered a concussion last Sunday against Kansas City.
On Sunday night, two of the NFL’s greatest quarterbacks will meet again. But there’s a new twist this time around.
Orbiting telescopes spot a gamma ray burst in a far-off galaxy.
On the ‘Katie’ show, she says the man acquitted of murdering Trayvon Martin became ‘a pacing lion’ and ‘ticking time bomb.’
Colleen Ritzer, 24, was described as an enthusiastic, caring educator.
James F. Ford of Monroe led a family enterprise, police said.
Both companies will add jobs when they move into the Topsham Annex, as redevelopment of the closed naval station continues.
With approval of some previously rejected bills, legislative panel finalizes agenda for 2014.
There were no collisions or injuries as a two-seat aircraft landed on the highway Thursday evening and taxied for a half-mile. 'It was amazing,' a state trooper says.
The Labor Department reported before the market opened that applications for unemployment benefits dropped last week to the lowest level since September.
The first year of toll increases sees fewer transactions, but non-Mainers now pay a bigger share.
A tactical team and state police negotiators had been on the scene for more than six hours.
Secretary Chuck Hagel tells Maine shipyard workers that they will continue to play a vital role in U.S. defense plans.
The 19.3 percent increase is about what officials had projected after raising the tolls last year.
Justin Pillsbury’s attorney says: ‘The public is only hearing part of the story.’
Senate Democrats say their hand was forced by unprecedented Republican obstructionism, but Collins calls the change a ‘terrible mistake.’
Griffin Kline, 20, allegedly twice had sexual contact with a minor 14 or younger.
They contend the government didn’t design the site with the kind of retail-like infrastructure it needs to keep up with demand and failed to knit its pieces together in an efficient way.
The Kennedy cousin has been in prison more than 11 years for the slaying of neighbor Martha Moxley.
The case became a symbol of the tragedies wrought by racial injustice.
Residents were told they missed jury duty and had to pay a cash fine.
The state Department of Transportation unveils concept renderings of the $160 million bridge.
Three women sought help from a charity and were rescued from domestic slavery in a London home.
Richard St. Laurent, 80, is dead and his wife, Patricia St. Laurent, 74, and Jeffrey Ray, 44, are injured.
The move comes as Republicans use filibusters at unprecedented rates: Of the 168 filibusters in history against presidential nominees, half have been by Republicans in the last four-plus years.
Selling the shares at Wednesday’s $37.69 closing price would get the government $1.17 billion, leaving taxpayers short by roughly $10 billion.
Nearly one in four children under age 5 are living in poverty, which can lead to lasting problems.
The attack was only the second outside of the tribal region near the Afghanistan border.
The runway just happened to be long enough when the huge plane missed its intended destination by nine miles.
They allegedly falsely reported their job status and income while receiving government assistance.
Police say there are inconsistencies in the woman’s account of events.
Designers discussing their ideas at a forum in Kittery on Wednesday said tidal power might be used for lighting.
Authorities say some of the traps had been owned by a lobsterman who died in an accident in the Piscataqua River in July.
A five-day test period is designed to see whether sophisticated technology can ensure that all gamblers are within New Jersey and that they are 21 or older.
The son said he was speaking regularly with the U.S. State Department about his father, but U.S. officials wouldn’t confirm the detention to reporters, citing privacy issues.
He plans to tour the newest destroyer, the DDG-1000, and address shipyard and Navy personnel.
The suspect was agitated in a 911 call after the shootings, but no one will discuss what officers observed before the attacks.
Rich and poor nations are far apart as they work on the foundation for an emissions deal in 2015.
The largest study ever done on their impact on mortality suggests a few handfuls daily can slash the risk of fatal diseases.
Books, Olympic exposure and the 'Hunger Games’ movies – the second opens tonight – ignite a trend.
Some have their policies canceled or rush to renew early amid the confusion, but lower costs will come, a federal official says.
Cork boards, display cases, chairs, more chairs are all being sold off this weekend, but it's cash and carry so bring a screwdriver and a truck.
Pollution could pose health risks to athletes at the 2016 Summer Games.
The shipyard will get a rebate of about $3.7 million over 15 years; its proposal had called for a $6.3 million reduction.
The Legislative Council, which spiked the bill last month, will hear an appeal by its sponsor Thursday.