The president wins backing from John McCain for an attack, but much skepticism persists.
The agreement puts programming back on the air in major markets just in time for NFL season.
No one is hurt, police say, but the vehicle is totaled.
Officials say a clothes dryer malfunctioned at the two-story home on Alfred Road.
"Duck Dynasty" is in its fourth season and has broken viewership records on A&E.
The second-largest acquisition deal on record isn't expected to have much of an effect on Verizon consumers or its operations.
The box office saw a 10.2 percent increase over last summer.
No injuries have been reported. The probe covers an estimated 110,000 cars.
In 1993, Morrison beat George Foreman to win the World Boxing Organization heavyweight title.
Portland finishes with a 68-73 record.
Cole was re-signed just one day after he was released by the team.
A scholar believes that a slave Stowe harbored in her Maine home inspired the landmark novel.
The Southern Maine Labor Council's annual Labor Day breakfast included a celebration of the new Maine Lobstermen's Union.
Classes begin Tuesday at the state's seven universities and two of the community colleges.
The 106-foot-long, two-lane bridge that runs over the Conway Lake outlet on U.S. Route 302 is on the state's "redlist."
Jayashree Kalmath's vehicle was struck by a private charter bus.
Miles the Moose and turnpike staff plan to hand out thousands of copies of a promotional edition of the Farmers' Almanac at the York Toll Plaza.
The U.S. National Hurricane Center says Kiko is forecast to degenerate into a remnant low later in the day.
Although the fire still is growing, it was 45 percent contained as of Sunday with full containment not expected until Sept. 20.
In her fifth try, Nyad reaches the Florida shore about 53 hours after leaving Havana.
The Rev. Joel McLain and his wife died from their injuries in a traffic accident Saturday night.
The council will hold a public hearing Tuesday on a proposal to pay about $399,000 for the shuttered Catholic property.
A Bay State animal medical examiner is the main voice behind a Maine law banning lead fishing sinkers and jigs.
Once we got past the rain, pollen and mosquitoes, it was perfect for stand-up paddle boarding.
More challenges include fewer spectators, a weak economy and unregulated online gambling.
Opponents are camping on the site to protest the Legion's plans to clear it for a parking lot.
Panel to study jail, address funding / Open Lighthouse Day Sept. 14 / Camp Sunshine gets four-star rating / Lewiston man sentenced in fatal stabbing / Maine motorist involved in wrong-way crash
Sens. Collins and King and Rep. Michaud are each undecided about backing a strike at Syria in retaliation for nerve-gas use, while Rep. Pingree leans toward opposing military action.
Lawmakers from both parties say an attack would not be a deterrent and would only draw the U.S. into Syria's civil war.
Businesses are hiring workers because they are hopeful but not confident about the economy, experts say.
Matt Dyer of Turner recalls the terrifying moments in July when a polar bear carried him away in its jaws.