Shot in the head by Taliban gunmen, Malala Yousafzai has turned her fame into a tool to defend human rights.
Charges are filed after an Oakland officer stops a speeding bus early Sunday and finds the Colby students inside.
Delores Whitee of Waterville might have suffered a medical problem before her vehicle ended up in the Sebasticook River, police say.
A gridlocked Congress showed little or no urgency toward resolving either of the nation’s most challenging short-term economic disputes.
The bills will have high-tech features designed to thwart counterfeiters and took more than a decade to develop.
In a new book, the woman who was held captive after being kidnapped from her bedroom at age 14 tells of her nine-month ordeal.
David Jones is accused of running the operation and laundering money through a Maine attorney.
Each says their location is superior as a panel prepares to award the state’s first license.
The raw materials at Randy Holden’s studio are likely to be roots and antlers.
Two employees of Amato’s Restaurant were closing the store Sunday night when they were accosted by two men.
Investors focus on one thing: Avoiding a government default.
Schilling is among those being sued by Rhode Island’s economic development agency after his startup video game company, 38 Studios, collapsed.
The issues of free speech versus unimpeded health-care access will collide at a public hearing.
Eric Barnes of Skowhegan pleaded guilty in connection with the November death of 52-year-old Marilyn Rider.
A plan to build an outdoor rink at Strawbery Banke Museum is drawing concerns about noise and light pollution.
During a jail interview, Jared Remy says ‘How dumb would I have to be? I loved her, I still love her.’
The decision is based on new guidance from the Pentagon.
Peter Bartoloni, 70, of Hampton is accused of killing his roommate.
The pre-dawn, seaside raid on Saturday targeted Abdulkadir Mohamed Abdulkadir. The U.S. troops are not believed to have captured or killed their target.
Orono, Nokomis and Cape Elizabeth high schools will host sessions at which the justices will hear oral arguments in actual cases.
The Bureau of Motor Vehicles has received complaints about websites falsely claiming to provide new driver’s licenses or renewals.
Two sisters of Miriam Carey, who was killed Thursday with her 13-month-old child in her car, dispute the accounts of officials and their sister’s one-time boyfriend that she was delusional.
The winners’ discoveries in the 1970s, ‘80s and ‘90s have helped doctors diagnose a severe form of epilepsy and immune deficiency diseases in children.
The crash scene was Emergency vehicles are on the scene. Motorists are urged to use caution.
Prices have now fallen almost 22 cents per gallon in the past month.
A shipyard spokesman said the workers are part of the Naval Sea System Command, the Naval Facilities Engineering Command and base support.
The implications are huge: Shunning debt and spending less can be good for one family’s finances, but when hundreds of millions do it together, it can starve the global economy.
The 1980s sale of the rights to the name to a nonprofit for $10 has resulted in millions of dollars in licensing fees.
Courts are spared the full brunt of the government shutdown, but judiciary money runs out next week
Nearly 1,000 runners attempt the marathon, and twice that number take on half the course.
DHHS also says it will keep the broker system even though past ride providers could quickly resume service.
The International Christian Fellowship’s grand opening is Sunday.
At least 10,000 have been spotted from an observation platform in Concord, N.H.
But the weight capacity won’t be a problem in the Gulf of Maine because of lighter cargo, officials say.
Joan Benoit Samuelson of Freeport provides encouragement.
The effort appears to be the first of its kind in Maine.
A total of 22 have died since the ceremonies began in 1903.
Detroit’s bankruptcy is seen as a warning and lesson.
Camp Pendleton is in the path of a fire that has scorched more than 2 square miles.