As many as 30 Greenpeace protesters at a Russian oil platform in the Arctic face prison.
Marshall Swan had blamed his wife, who was convicted earlier of falsifying returns.
Republican leaders still hope to delay or wipe out the new health law, which the president says is an unacceptable reason to shut down the nation's government.
The high interest from Americans wanting to buy health insurance is seen as a postive, but website glitches could dampen enthusiasm for the law.
Ron Hoffman called in bomb threats to two Wilton, Maine schools.
The three-hour incident began after a man was seen hanging on the outside of the guardrail.
It may be business as usual for most so far, but an extended shutdown would hurt private companies, many say.
Promoter Bob Russo announces a mixed pro-amateur fight card for Nov. 16.
Eleven reports came in from the Redbank neighborhood alone since July 1.
After six years at City Hall, she will take a position with Planned Parenthood.
Clancy arrived on best-seller lists in 1984 with ‘The Hunt for Red October.’
The ads promoting marijuana as safer than alcohol have upset the people trying to prevent kids from smoking pot.
The American rider was stripped of the bronze medal from the 2000 Sydney Games in January after he admitted to doping.
The report says a greater investment in preschool programs will translate to fewer costly incarcerations.
Assistant Matt Riddell is appointed to take Scott Parsons’ place for the rest of the season
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s lawyers say he has been subjected to ‘extraordinary' restrictions that impair their ability to defend him.
Readers share their reactions to the shutdown
The Montana gets a $500 check for the reassembled parts of five $100 bills eaten by his golden retriever.
Police say he stole two letters and 13 Christmas cards and sold them for more than $25,000.
Police are still seeking a biker seen smashing the SUV’s window with his helmet.
She says she sent the ashes to his daughter in Florida so she could scatter them in his favorite fishing spot.
The governor has made domestic violence awareness a priority since taking office.
It could be as long as four weeks before Hiedi Adams, whose husband was a Forest Service firefighter, begins to receive benefits.
It’s needed to balance the state budget, a report says, but the Legislature is unlikely to approve it.
The car that fatally struck a boy on the ferry dock may have been spotted speeding in Waldoboro an hour earlier.
The business plans to move to a larger facility in Arundel, but construction delays have prevented the relocation.
U.S. marshals say 22-year-old Timothy Wayne Smith was arrested Tuesday night.
Tweeters mostly said they couldn’t understand why a compromise seemed so elusive.
The White House says he will still travel to Indonesia and Brunei, but is calling off stops in Malaysia and the Philippines.
The 13-year-old says her father covered her when the slide crashed down on the family on a popular hiking route to see a popular Colorado waterfall.
State workers in several Republican-run states were ordered to not help consumers and instead refer all questions to federal officials.
The U.S. government faces a possible weeks-long shutdown as Republicans seek to delay or repeal the health care act.
Critics say that’s too harsh and not part of a new city ordinance, but police say it’s an effective tool.
The court will also hear a gun ownership case.
At issue is whether a man was angry or paranoid during an alleged attack on a mental health worker.
The virus can be transmitted to horses and humans by mosquitoes.
Two lawmakers call for a citizen’s advocate.
Mr. Clark, who grew up in Sanford, had engineering in his blood thanks to his father and grandfather.
Some Maine offices close or offer limited services. But the effects of a long closure would be much more dire.
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Maybe she thought we weren’t looking.
Thousands of workers are placed on furlough during the shutdown, and local businesses brace for the economic crunch.
The leak near High and Congress streets is repaired 3½ hours later.
In 10 years, more Americans have lost their lives from abusing opioid drugs than have died fighting in three wars.
The wounded man is treated at a Bangor hospital and is expected to survive.
One firefighter is injured in the Park road blaze, which starts in a generator being used to restore power following a car accident.