Rob Ford, who admitted to smoking crack-cocaine after being caught in a video, refuses to take a temporary leave.
The owner of Qualey Granite & Quartz expects his bold move to succeed but is ready to fail.
Boston knocks off Utah, 97-87, to give Brad Stevens his first NBA victory.
Crystal Canney, who also served as King’s campaign spokeswoman, plans to resume work in the private sector.
It would specifically apply to plans to kill U.S. citizens working abroad with terrorist groups.
The nation’s poor number 3 million higher than in the official count.
A growing number of celebrities, athletes and self-promoters are burnt out and signing off of Twitter. Many have gotten overwhelmed.
Town Manager Kristal Flagg said Tuesday’s referendum result probably ends the effort.
The family of a deceased Parisian art dealer says it will try to claim a Matisse that is among the 1,400 works, possibly stolen by the Nazis, found stashed in an apartment.
Twitter has set a price of $26 for its public stock offering and can begin trading Thursday. It hopes to raise $1.8 billion.
A team of Swiss scientists says it’s possible the Palestinian leader died of polonium-210 poisoning in 2004.
The coalition of local leaders was formed to lobby for their cities’ local needs.
State police later track down Julie Caton, who is alleged to have caused a car containing two adults and two children to roll over.
The S&P rises to just one point below its own all-time high.
City voters’ legalizing an adult to possess marijuana does not pre-empt state law, but police officers do have discretion in issuing summonses.
The company ends weeks of speculation about what it has in mind for mysterious structures in Maine and San Francisco.
The meteorite that hit over Russia indicates collisions are up to five times as likely as originally thought.
A software fix had to be made this week when a North Carolina man tried to log in but got a South Carolina man’s personal information.
A new version starting in January will be more expensive and more rigorous.
Britain’s largest military shipbuilder succumbs to an increasingly competitive market in which governments are cutting back on procurement.
William Potts, 56, says he is seeking ‘closure’ and hopes to convince U.S. prosecutors to give him credit 13 years he spent in a Cuban prison.
The decision clears the way for the first execution in New Hampshire since 1939.
A tugboat was moving the loaded barge in Portsmouth Harbor late Tuesday when it drifted into the shoal.
Michael Skakel’s attorneys want him to be freed while awaiting a retrial in the 1975 murder of Martha Moxley.
Many other states have made them legal since the November 2012 vote here, where 1,216 gay couples have wed since then.
The victim says, ‘I was laughed at, tortured, beaten and scared for my life.’
Meanwhile, a national group that opposes the trend is stepping into the debate to ‘get the facts out about this drug.’
Ed Engler said economic development would be a priority.
The two-turbine, 12-megawatt project would supply some power directly to Monhegan Island.
Abigail Hernandez of North Conway disappeared Oct. 9, shortly after she left school.
Residents also approve $26.85 million school renovation project.
Election Day proves to be a boon to the group opposing the sale of Congress Square Plaza.
Strong results from the company’s cable networks bolstered earnings of $1.18 billion company officials said.
The southbound rest area was closed for two hours while a bomb detection dog searched the property.
Hundreds of thousands of people across the country with pre-existing chronic conditions such as cancer, heart failure or kidney disease who are covered through high risk-insurance pools will see their coverage dissolve by year’s end.
They approve the renovation project but reject a synthetic turf field and track.
The husband vs. wife battle drew national attention and, the competitors hope, attention to the election process.
To get an ‘A’ rating, a movie must have at least two named female characters who talk to each other about something other than a man.
Both New Jersey and Virginia offer overtones for the 2016 presidential race.
The effort started in 2011 during the height of Arizona’s battle against illegal immigration.
A judge ruled last month that a boy’s confession should be suppressed because he wasn’t read his rights until nearly two hours into the police interrogation.
Despite the well-chronicled woes of the Obamacare rollout, the HHS secretary said it has improved dramatically.
The three high school students and driver on the bus escape injury in the Augusta crash.
Richard Files of Rockland will sail the newly restored wooden ship to New England ports next summer.
Voters respond to Mike Duggan’s message of change and elect the city’s first white mayor in almost four decades.
Bruce Roullard, Matthew Robinson and Benjamin Hartwell are winners in the five-way election.
Insurance costs may soar and restrictions will apply to land in expanded areas. But owners can appeal.
Charles Fourcloud’s past as a convicted embezzler resulted in his dismissal at Pleasant Point.
Some clinics face more than $200,000 in penalties under a new audit system that threatens to wipe out services for kids.
The candidate’s coming-out wasn’t a big deal for many, showing how much views have changed since that famous ‘Seinfeld’ episode.
Elected for a three-year term, Hilton is among some other officials elected Tuesday in Westbrook whose term lengths were changed by voters last year.
Voters also fill open council and school committee seats.
Newcomers Leng and Shea fill two open school board seats.
He wins a tight vote against John Connolly on a ballot missing longtime Mayor Thomas Menino, who is retiring.
Only the Maine Maritime Academy funding is too close to call.