The administration wants an appeal to be decided in court.
Jon Lester is expected to get the assignment, but Manager John Farrell isn't ready to commit.
Data from weekly economic reports can’t be researched.
Tuesday, the first day of the Affordable Care Act, was a key test to see if people will enroll.
Authorities say the one survivor is a teenage girl who is being treated for a broken leg.
The state estimates that as many as 250,000 residents could use the exchange, including about 130,000 uninsured.
An environmental group says the northern long-eared bat could be named to the federal endangered species list.
Aeriel Rodriguez, a young mother of two, is remembered Tuesday as someone who 'put everybody else first.'
One biker is seriously injured as the SUV driver and his family try to outrun the motorcyclists.
A combination of high demand and technical glitches seemed to overwhelm the online system early in the day.
An Iranian diplomat responds: ‘Unlike Israel, Iran would not and did not attack any country.’
The chase started when police pulled over a Newfield man who had several outstanding warrants.
Trash pickup has also ceased on the National Mall and in downtown Washington parks.
The ads, which claim the drug is safer than alcohol, draw sharp criticism from anti-drug groups.
In bumping the levy from 5 to 8 percent, Japan’s government will generate an estimated extra 8 trillion yen, roughly $80 billion, per year.
Geraldine Largay of Tennessee, who hasn’t been heard from since July 24, has been the subject of multiple searches.
Nearing the end of his competitive career, what matters to him now is the impact he’s had on the sport.
The barricades come down – no one knows how – for a group that had arrived by charter as part of an honor flight program.
For now, it appears that investors aren’t anticipating that the stalemate in Washington will cause enough disruption to threaten a gradual U.S. recovery.
A national website’s analysis of census data puts Portland at No. 5.
Police say the boy drove at speeds up to 98 mph and almost hit other vehicles and the guardrail.
Last year, the Maine Attorney General’s Office charged Todd Enright, 46, with theft by deception.
The woman’s lawyer said she is a married, hard-working mother of three who simply made a mistake.
Experts gather in Augusta, aiming to move forward on cutting costs while improving quality of life.
If confirmed, she would replace John Roos, a former Silicon Valley lawyer and top Obama campaign fundraiser.
Witnesses say state police cruisers and unmarked vehicles were chasing her and that she was speeding in the breakdown lane.
A team from the National Weather Service office in Seattle went to the scene and confirmed the tornado from eyewitness accounts.
Police say 27-year-old Joseph Sweet was riding the three-wheeled vehicle in Corinth on Sunday when he was struck by a pickup.
Attorney General Eric Holder said the grants are an effort “to take all possible steps to ensure that our kids are safe when they go to school.”
For some, the impact will be far-reaching, including no paychecks or access to services. For others, the impact will be annoying but minimal.
Sales, meals and lodging taxes go up, while newspapers and periodicals are taxed for the first time, to keep the state budget in balance.
Limited public understanding and light publicity may slow enrollment.
The Town Council plans to consider changes in response to a dog killing a rare bird in July.
The class is believed to be the first such class in Maine public schools.
Jason Littlehale of Andover faces up to 10 years in federal prison for a charge of possession of child pornography
Warren Knight, a member of the family that owns Smiling Hill Farm, is charged with being on CMP property near Pike Industries’ Spring Street quarry.
The idea started a year ago when a trooper’s wife and an emergency communications worker were diagnosed with the disease.
But Maine’s Acadia National Park will close its gates if there’s a government shutdown.
The inspectors check to make sure airlines are maintaining their planes safely, conduct inspections at airports of planes and pilots.
While some federal employees could lose paychecks, many Mainers will notice nothing different.
The shutdown sends hundreds of thousands of workers home and inconveniences millions of people who rely on federal services.