The loss stops Boston from clinching their first playoff berth in four years until at least Wednesday night.
At issue is regulation of information gathering by drones and other means.
As a man who was losing touch with reality, Aaron Alexis left a trail of police reports, arrest records and mental health consultations.
Robert Louis Tucker was found around 2:50 p.m. with a needle near him, the sheriff's office says.
The manager of the Oakland facility hopes to inspire other landfill managers to plant nectar-producing wildflowers, even if this year was a bust for attracting migrating monarchs.
Jackie Lomax recorded solos backed by the likes of Paul McCartney had a major hit song.
Police briefly seize a weapon from the Farmingdale man, who admitted to displaying the gun to two women who confronted him, but said he meant no threat.
Researchers conclude that, as ocean waters warm, species migrate to cooler water, but that's not always found where it's expected to be.
The man who killed 12 people had a low-level government security clearance. But what does that mean? And how many people have clearances?
Monday's shooting prompts a new round of calls for action from lawmakers.
She says she's frustrated by the state police, and aims to keep Ayla Reynolds' disappearance a police priority.
However, the Russian foreign minister suggests the issue could be reconsidered if Syria doesn't fulfill its agreement or more chemical weapons are used.
The computer security company ranks stars whose names are most likely to land people on a malicious site.
Census data show Maine has a slightly better poverty rate, though its median income is lower than the nation's.
The state's suit on behalf of a victim accuses the owner of negligence and her husband of assault.
The president orders greater independence and security following revelations of U.S. spying, and experts warn that Brazil's action could signal the fracturing of the global network.
The device, so sensitive it can detect a rolling golf ball, will monitor an exit to make sure no one slips in.
The electrical equipment beneath the boardwalk had been inaccessible since the storm struck in October.
Response is particularly strong in Britain, which tightened gun controls after a mass shooting.
Sheikha Moza bint Nasser will receive the George Bush Award for Excellence in Public Service during a ceremony Thursday at the University of New England.
Mark Razo, of El Monte., Calif., used contraband cellphones to set up drug transactions, recruit couriers and arrange for drugs to be transported.
The lake is landlocked but very close to the Calumet River, which flows into Lake Michigan.
A Senate committee is considering two bills, each sponsored by a liberal Democrat and a tea party Republican, that would allow judges to waive mandatory minimum sentences in many circumstances.
Aaron Alexis obtained a secret-level clearance despite a pattern of misconduct while he served in the Navy Reserves.
South Portland police say no weapon was used in the alleged assault.
Organizers of one of the country's big lotteries, Mega Millions, are planning changes to increase jackpots.
Ending a six-day trial, a jury rules Carole Swan demanded thousands from a local contractor.
At stake is access to government-funded health coverage for more than 60,000 low-income Mainers.
The dump-truck driver swerved to avoid a collision with an oncoming tractor-trailer and hit an 84-year-old man, police say.
The governor's order echoes President Obama's proclamation of respect for the Navy Yard shooting victims.
Stephen Pennington, 41, is accused of having electronic devices with images and videos of minors engaged in sexually explicit activity.
Suzanne Turell and Connie Yang got caught in an unexpected ice storm on the tallest mountain in Rocky Mountain National Park.
A Navy veteran who was a pilot, a man who was known for his bear hugs and another who held the title of 'King Oyster' at the region's annual festival are among those killed.
The board's chairman declined to comment on the meeting, which ran more than three hours.
The head of Italy's civil protection agency said the operation demonstrated what it means to take responsibility for something, no matter how risky or how high the stakes.
The report is one of a series of warnings that spiraling debt threatens Washington's ability to respond to a financial crisis.
The group will ask Congress to require background checks for gun buyers.
As the group releases an undercover video, the fisheries commissioner says the practices shown comply with state and federal laws.
Indian-Americans, especially those born here like Nina Davuluri, are demonstrating a newfound comfort level in their country.
A 1961 Chrysler 300G estimated to be worth $100,000 is among several damaged at an auto repair shop.
Police say the 28-year-old man was taking care of the girl and picked her up forcibly by the arm.
But it's unclear whether the practice is outside the industry's norms, and unproven that crustaceans feel pain.
Groups can apply for up to $10,000 in grants for planning and education and up to $8,000 for planting and maintenance.
The citizenship candidates come from 30 countries including Australia, Cambodia, China, India, Kenya, Peru, Somalia, the United Kingdom and Vietnam.
The company's board approves a $1 million bonus that amounts to $185 for each employee hired before February.
Legal costs could leave the Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway no funds for compensating victims.
State senator donates $300,000 to museum / Donation-collection boot stolen from fire station / Fewer loons hatched and fewer survived this year ... and more news from around the region.
'We won't rest until we are confident that anybody that had anything to do with that is brought to justice,' Vincent Lisi says.
David White says there is no exact timeline for when all ride problems will be worked out.
Maine man was choked to death / Rescuers from two states assist injured hiker / Portland woman accused of stabbing man with wine bottle ... and more news from around the state.
Former Selectwoman Carole Swan is accused by the federal government of using her office to extort money.
After days of rain, some evacuees return home to find scenes of devastation after days of heavy rains.
The amount recovered is small compared with the $700,000 annual cost, but LePage officials say the effort deters fraud.
Some councilors questioned the language, scope and justification of the proposed ordinance.