Justin Timberlake wins pop/rock favorite male artist award.
The new U.S. ambassador to Japan, Caroline Kennedy, says her father wanted to strengthen relations with the Japanese people.
Big-store retailers are preparing to lure in shoppers with sales early and often this year.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is skeptical of Iran’s intentions.
The veteran guard apparently injures his left leg.
Early travelers for the holiday may experience delays at airports and slow driving on the roads.
A prosecutor is releasing a report Monday, but the public will have to wait longer for the full accounting of the crime.
Lights are dimmed and noise is controlled to make it easier for the kids to enjoy a visit with Santa.
Central Maine Power still had 7,700 customers without power early Monday morning.
Hamid Karzai rejects a recommendation to sign a long-delayed security agreement with the U.S.
Rep. Eliot Engel of New York, the top Democrat on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, says, “I don’t trust them, I don’t think we should trust them.”
The Polar Bears beat Salisbury 1-0 for their fourth title in seven years.
High-profile events include a reception at the home of Magic Johnson and one at the house of the co-creator of television’s “Friends”.
The UMaine football team hosts a Dec. 7 playoff against either Lafayette or UNH.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says the deal is a “historic mistake.”
A 28-page booklet lists the Maine governor's achievements, such as paying the state’s hospitals about $490 million in unpaid Medicaid expenses.
The technology-laden Zumwalt destroyer taking shape at Bath Iron Works is unlike any U.S. warship.
A tree and downed power lines had blocked traffic both ways for almost three hours on the only route to and from Jackman and the Canadian border crossing.
The vigil for Brooke Locke is being held on Sunday at the university’s campus bell tower.
The Good Shepherd Parish church in Saco is putting baskets together for more than 100 families in Saco, Biddeford, Old Orchard Beach and Lyman.
A second day is canceled, with the remaining goods going to charity.
The TEAL Project gets more than 1,700 likes on Facebook.
The antique was found in a private collection in Portland.
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While some residents are blaming respiratory problems on air pollution, Schiller Station says it’s in compliance.
Mike Kimball and Leon Kelley had never met before their fatal confrontation, but their families had been at odds in North Yarmouth.
The Alexander Group will get almost $1 million from taxpayers to make LePage look tough on aid programs.
Police haven’t released the cause of Thomas Namer’s death, but are investigating it as suspicious.
They’re choosing different ways to respond as a glut in the market drives prices lower.
In 1890, House Speaker Thomas Brackett Reed, a Republican, helped pave the way for the current ‘majority rules’ ethic in the chamber.
Historic Thanksgiving photos from the Portland Press Herald, Maine Sunday Telegram and Portland Evening Express.
The interim deal is aimed at slowing progress on Iran’s nuclear program while a broader agreement is negotiated.