CNN, Fox News and MSNBC all saw viewership increase during 16-day partial shutdown.
The two convicted killers who escaped using phony documents were captured without incident.
Claiming the ancient rock’s position was dangerous, they say they should have reported it to authorities at Utah’s Goblin Valley State Park.
It’s unclear whether the program is on track to reach the 7 million people projecting by the Congressional Budget Office to gain coverage during the six-month sign-up period.
Protest comes in the wake of San Antonio police threat to arrest several gun rights activists carrying rifles.
Financial advisor allegedly preyed on the widowed friends of his wife and mother.
The reported agreement would include a release of criminal liability for the bank but not individuals tired to wrongdoing.
UMaine improves to 6-1, rises to top of CAA standings.
The Texas senator says the Republicans lost the government shutdown because the party was not unified.
The commercial tomato producer in Madison is back at work after an infestation this summer.
Organizers rally after a confrontation two months ago in which San Antonio police threatened to arrest several gun rights activists who were carrying their rifles outside of a Starbucks.
The mobile food bank distributes about 10,000 pounds of food in Augusta on Friday.
Customers in Maine and elsewhere had problems accessing social media sites, such as Facebook.
The Daily News reports that Alex Rodriguez and his surrogates spent money to purchase evidence that included videotapes, documents and affidavits.
Nine Shiite pilgrims land at Beirut’s international airport after an ordeal that begin when they were kidnapped in May 2012.
Police are searching for two men who wore black ski masks and blue jeans during the robbery.
The violin is thought to have belonged to bandmaster Wallace Hartley, who was among the disaster’s more than 1,500 victims.
Leonarda Dibrani, however, says she will not return without her family, which remains deported.
Six soldiers are injured in the blast in Ismailia.
Bum Phillips coached the Oilers from 1975 to 1980 and later coached the New Orleans Saints.
Citizens for Higher Education is advocating for a $15.5 million bond that will appear as question no. 5 on Maine’s November ballot.
Police say the circumstances surrounding her disappearance are not related to the disappearance of a North Conway teenager who’s been missing since Oct. 9.
This time, there are no fatalties, but at least 80 injured
The audio work about a Morning Sentinel veteran will be recognized at an international festival.
Profiles of all the candidates in the November 2013 election for the Cape Elizabeth School Board.
Increased enrollment leads to construction of two new buildings.
Parents of James Foley say they have new hope for their son’s return.
A video depicting the woman beating a boy was posted on Facebook, the Polk County Sheriff says.
Since June, there have been 31 car burglaries within the Cumberland County sheriff’s jurisdiction.
He was a loving husband to his wife for 29 years and a dedicated father to her three children.
An incumbent and two political newcomers are running.
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A new venue could bring in big names and boost the economy, they say, while parking and traffic could be addressed.
In the midterm elections, the tea party movement plans to target those who voted for the budget deal.
Two newcomers and an incumbent are running for two seats on the board.
Creative voices of incarcerated Maine youth and adults sing with determined spirit.