Jeff Daniels and Claire Danes are the best actor and actress, respectively, as Emmy Awards are bestowed Sunday in Los Angeles.
And Jeff Daniels is awarded best drama actor for his role as self-righteous news anchor Will McAvoy in "Newsroom."
Kenyan security forces sweep into an upscale Nairobi mall late Sunday night in an effort to end a two-day standoff with heavily armed assailants that left 68 dead.
The president memorializes Navy Yard shooting victims with a call to action on gun control measures.
"Scandal" star Washington, the first African-American nominee for best actress in a drama since Cicely Tyson in 1995, would be the first ever to win.
Matt Kenseth manages to hold off teammate Kyle Busch to win in Loudon.
Tiger Woods wins the PGA of America's points-based award for player of the year on the strength of his five PGA Tour victories, the money title and the Vardon Trophy.
Tom Brady throws two TD passes to rookie Kenbrell Thompkins as the Pats improve to 3-0.
David Ortiz and Jackie Bradley Jr. hit homers in Boston's win.
About 4,000 people have been invited to the Sunday service, which is closed to the public.
The two men have been charged with conspiring to attend a terrorist training camp and with the unlawful possession of five rounds of ammunition.
The fair continues through Sept. 28. The fairgrounds at 197 Blanchard Rd. are open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
Police are conducting a criminal investigation into the accident on Saturday morning.
The pilot makes an emergency landing because of mechanical issues.
The Russian Foreign Ministry says rebels fired mortars that landed on the grounds of their embassy; three workers were injured.
The Navy says there was no hostile activity involved.
Carl Yastrzemski played for the Red Sox from 1961 to 1982, and was an All-Star for 19 seasons.
Ryne Sandberg has been serving as interim manager since the Phillies fired Charlie Manuel on Aug. 16.
Maine's governor is hoping to find new business and trade opportunities.
Adam Clay Thompson, a reporter for ProPublica, a nonprofit corporation and online news source that specializes in investigative public-interest journalism, will receive the award at an Oct. 27 ceremony in Waterville.
Documents show Gov. Paul LePage's administration worked behind the scenes to explicitly derail Norwegian company Statoil's multimillion-dollar agreement with the state for an offshore wind project.
Helicopters circle the mall, where militants have hostages after killing 68 the day before.
A wing of the Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the bombing, saying it would continue to target non-Muslims until the United States stopped drone attacks in the country's remote tribal region.
A 69-year-old Maine man dies after his car is by a vehicle that ran a stop sign.
Investigators have to weigh a number of factors as they determine the response to a report.
Trista Reynolds says she will release details about her daughter's case. But legal experts say that using publicity can often do more harm than good.
The ceremony is held at The Ballpark in Old Orchard Beach.
The figure has risen from $688 million in 2009, while Colby is at $650 million and Bates $233 million.
Two women, aged 60 and 52, are struck in Hampton, N.H., by a motorist, 20, who crossed the center line.
At the Common Ground Fair, entrepreneur Deb Soule talks about success, leadership and agriculture.
The senator, who is up for re-election next year, voted against Obamacare in 2009 and has voted several times to repeal the law.
Education officials believe eliminating degree programs may be the key to adapting. For others, the implications are 'shocking.'
Market opportunities and a wealth of potential flow both ways in a new North Atlantic sea-trade partnership that relinks Maine's largest port to a far wider world.
Former papermakers are part of a national shift: using the program for long-term unemployment relief.
People in need of health insurance worry more about the costs of the options starting Oct. 1 than the government mandate to sign up.