More Americans have negative views of Russian President Vladimir Putin than at any time since he came to power in 2000.
The Syrian president goes on Fox News to make his case, saying he's provided evidence to Russia to prove his case.
The 600-pound moose was tranquilized, moved and set free by wildlife officials and first responders.
Norton broke Ali's jaw in their first bout, beating him by split decision in 1973.
A document says the messages were — quote — 'better off this way' and — quote — 'my ELF weapon.'
A person's odds of winning are 1 in 175 million, and there are no ways to improve those odds.
Military pressure has resulted in the release of 178 hostages so far, but rebels remain in hiding with 21 more hostages.
The phony Maine Job Bank posts lead victims to buy prepaid $60 debit cards to pay for work uniforms.
As many 400 teens crowded into Brian Holloway's vacation home and posted a play-by-play on Twitter, and now he's offering to mentor them.
It's not clear if the man was working underneath the vehicle at the time of the mishap.
Anthony Cardoza, 31, smuggled cocaine to Maine earlier this year to sell in the Portland area.
Wildcat Plates, used in campus dining halls, specify what's good and even offer suggestions.
Alan Condon of Oakfield, Maine, didn't stop after the crash and may not have known the wheel broke loose.
As people with the disease age, the need for services gains urgency in older and more rural states like Maine.
The seven colleges money will use the money to hire instructors and expand their information technology offerings.
Gov. LePage's hospital visit to tout his debt payback effort is disrupted by a MaineCare expansion supporter dressed as 'Uncle Sam.'
Two suspects are in custody following a massive search after the apparent random robbery and kidnapping.
Many of the security improvements adopted after 9/11 and Fort Hood were created largely with terrorism in mind, not unstable individuals.
But the publication says it's common in the industry to enhance a photograph 'to create an image that will attract attention.'
His lawyer says H. Ty Warner intends to plead guilty and pay a massive $53 million penalty.
The Dow Jones industrial average jumps 147 points, or 1 percent.
A Human Rights Watch report also says the presumed flight path of the rockets cited in the U.N. report lead to a Republican Guard base.
In the fiscal year ending June 30, the endowment earned a 16 percent return.
Jeffrey Geiger will be replaced by Frederick Harris, who will also continue to lead General Dynamics' shipyard in San Diego.
Police say the teen suffered multiple cuts and scrapes from screws.
John Emery of Skowhegan changes his plea in a case that includes few official records on file.
Alexis appeared 'alert and oriented' during his visits and denied feeling depressed or wanting to do harm, the department says.
The independent, who is likely to soon launch his campaign for Maine governor, criticizes both big parties.
J.B. Brown & Sons seeks a zoning change and is considering putting up a parking garage, apartments and retail space.
'A lot of red flags' may have been missed in the background of the Washington Navy Yard shooter, the defense secretary says.
Richard Gale stared out at the large forest-green bomber on the tarmac of the Portland Jetport and remembered . . .
The 19-year-old man was last seen in Portsmouth near Prescott Park on Tuesday night.
Cathleen Alexis said Wednesday in New York City that she does not know why her son, Aaron, did what he did.
Matthew Cordle, 22, wanted to plead guilty to make good on his pledge to accept responsibility for the crash, according to his lawyers.
It is Canada's worst accident since an oil train derailed and exploded in a Quebec town in July, killing dozens of people.
The 216-member group backs a city ordinance to prevent shipments, but other businesses disagree.
There are currently no tenants in the 26-acre technology park, which envisions seven lots for buildings 10,000 to 40,000 square feet.
One storm, Manuel, re-forms into a tropical storm Wednesday, threatening to bring more flooding to the country's northern coast.
Curt Dale Clark has been confirmed as the artistic director, and Stephanie Dupal was named managing director of the organization.
The men are accused of taking a 12-pack of beer from a Circle K convenience store and threatening the clerk.
There is no word on injuries from the multi-car crash.
The money will be used to build a new taxiway.
The single-car accident occurred late Tuesday night on Route 60.
Chief Bradley Paul says insurance will cover only the book value of the cars, for a total of about $29,000.
The nation's largest drugstore chain will give workers a contribution toward the cost of coverage and then send them to a private health insurance exchange to pick from as many as 25 plans.
The company says it has been 'thrust unwillingly' into the middle of the national debate over firearms.
Revenues from slot machines and table games are up more than $10 million over last year.
Prosecutors say the commander supplied a ship-servicing contractor with confidential ship movements and helped arrange to have some ships moved to certain ports that were considered more lucrative.
Leary, who coined the phrase 'turn on, tune in, drop out,' was one of the most polarizing figures of the 1960s counterculture.
Syria reportedly told Russian officials the material 'bears witness to the rebels participating in the chemical attack.'
The governor will visit the Inland Hospital in Waterville and Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston today.
The recordings will remain on the website for about two weeks after an appeal is heard.
SMRT Inc. is expected to complete plans for the prison in 2014.
The civic center's board meets with its lawyer fighting a lawsuit by the Portland hockey team, but is silent on prospects for a deal.
The U.S. would closely monitor every step of the plan for eliminating Syria's chemical weapons while maintaining a military threat in case Bashar Assad backs out.
Maine inmate suspected of drug overdose / Franklin County loses bid to reopen full-service jail / Auburn man, 41, in court to answer child porn charge ... and more news from around the state.
Areas of Massachusetts report a need for family practice and internal medicine physicians.
Adam Clay Thompson, known for investigative pieces, will be honored Oct. 27 with the Lovejoy Award.
Despite being arrested three times between 2004 and 2010, Aaron Alexis' clearance was renewed.
The Veterans Treatment Court helped them turn away from drugs and turn their lives around.
The country's newest Americans get sworn in with a ceremony on Citizenship Day.
Educator faces charge for his marijuana 'gift' / New Hampshire's poverty rate the nation's lowest / Officials predict fall-foliage tourism to break record ... and more news from around the region.
'It is clear from both the Edward Snowden case and for the shooter at the Navy Yard that the process is deeply flawed,' she says.
The city is fast-tracking a redesign of Congress Square amid a contested plaza sale, but a legal challenge likely awaits.
Environmental groups also ask the Public Utilities Commission for wind power project details.
Schools reset games so they end before dusk, and towns consider spraying to avoid being infected by mosquitoes.
The Senate Majority Leader said he was eager to consider new gun legislation but says he does not have enough support to pass a bill.