Arthur Grant Jr. of Saco is accused of raping a girl in her early teens after giving her alcohol.
The reports describe how the NSA has invested billions since 2000 to gain access to nearly everyone's secrets if it so chooses.
Any training would take place outside Syria, and it's something lawmakers have been pushing for – especially Sen. Jon McCain.
Dafle Ali was drawing a six-figure salary and still collecting food stamps and federal housing assistance.
Cutler criticizes Gov. LePage for not expanding Medicaid under the federal health care overhaul.
Officials say not acting will embolden countries like Iran and North Korea that are hostile to the United States.
The Bank of Maine filed a lawsuit against Associated Grocers of Maine and 17 individuals from across the state, to recoup some of its losses.
The move comes a week after Shellie Zimmerman pleads guilty for lying for her husband at a bail hearing during the Trayvon Martin case.
The team's announcement comes just two days after it had signed the tight end.
The ferry would run once a day each way from May to October and receive $10.5 million in startup costs from the Nova Scotia government.
A deal allows actress Sally Struthers to plead no contest to a lesser charge of driving to endanger.
Five candidates are running for two seats on the Town Council, and three candidates are running for two seats on the Board of Education.
The charges against 41-year-old Jason Cotton stem from a July incident in North Conway.
Railroad trustee Robert Keach says he already has been approached by several potential buyers.
A group drops its petition drive after councilors reverse an earlier vote to withhold information.
Prosecutors say their two-year scheme cost merchants, banks and credit card holders more than $17 million.
A video, released by The New York Times, shows Syrian rebels executing prisoners from President Assad's military.
The Dixfield couple was killed instantly when their car collided head-on with a dump truck, police say.
They submit letters of intent – five for schools with a special focus, and two providing 'virtual' learning.
Authorities also cut power to the area, disrupting the flow of traffic just as school is letting out.
But the report also says 26 percent of depleted stocks continue to be overfished.
The Rim Fire began on Aug. 17 and has burned nearly 371 square miles – one of the largest wildfires in California history.
Carnival, whose vessels frequent the city, will use a new exhaust gas cleaning system on 32 of its ships over the next three years.
But Russia, which is one of the Syrian president's biggest economic and military backers, continues to block and condemn international efforts.
It's an encouraging sign for the job market because the service sector employs 90 percent of the U.S. work force.
The office says it has certified 14 productions so far this year, compared to eight last year.
Employees at the Pleasant River Lumber Company contained the fire until firefighters could arrive to extinguish it.
Michael Falu, 25, was arrested after he arrived on a Concord Trailways bus with more than a thousand oxycodone pills in his boxer shorts.
Stores remove the product from shelves, but not before some of it is purchased.
Devon Pease, who fell 40 feet and sustained serious injuries, will face trespass charges, police say.
The surviving sons of the famous American Indian athlete have long fought to get the remains of their father moved to tribal lands in Oklahoma.
Google says the process is fully automated, 'and no humans read your email ...'
Days from a vote, a survey of senators found 34 supporting or leaning toward military action, 26 opposed or leaning against and 40 undecided.
Authorities say 25-year-old Bryan Reed lost control of his motorcycle on Route 1A and crashed into a guard rail.
Starting Oct. 1, those who don't have health care coverage on the job can go to new online insurance markets to shop for a private plan and find out if they qualify for a tax credit.
Gary Noyes, 43, was sentenced to 7½ years in prison after pleading guilty to two charges of gross sexual assault.
Certain travelers who pay a fee won't have to take off coats or shoes or pull laptops from their cases.
Police seize heroin, marijuana, prescription drugs and weapons.
The Town Council also reschedules Wednesday's public hearing for that date.
Abi Hodgson and 36 other members of the American Military Spouses Choir fail to win the $1 million prize.
The country's capabilities are not well known, but the potential for harmis much greater.
But like any new year celebration, Rosh Hashanah is also a time for rejoicing, feasting and festivities.
Lynn Arsenault, 55, was fatally shot in the stomach, and her son was seriously injured in a shotgun attack last week.
Despite an impressive transformation, Thomas Schoolcraft won't have a felony record purged.
Robert Evon, who recently sold the Port City Music Hall, faces a cocaine charge in upstate N.Y.
Former Gorham school sold for $1 / Maine man sentenced for stealing five vehicles / L.L. Bean creates tote bag to benefit bombing victims ... and more news from around the state.
Officials reverse their decision to keep private an executive session on a controversial real estate deal.