After more than three weeks of fighting more than 1,300 Palestinians and more than 50 Israelis have been killed.
Portland’s Brian Johnson allows just one hit for the second straight start
Earlier this month, the firm agreed to buy a controlling share in ExxonMobil’s European ‘Esso Card’ fuel card program for $60 million.
Some ideas are interesting, others are flawed, but let’s hope Republican interest in the issue is coming alive.
Eating less meat can make a difference, research shows.
Oakland’s animal control officer and an expert from the U.S. Department of Agriculture tracked and corraled the pig that had been bothering hikers.
The tragedy in Saco shows the need for greater prevention and intervention efforts.
The government detentions raise questions about whether Iran’s professed ‘constructive engagement’ policy is still in effect.
But lawmakers should go further to keep repeat offenders off the highways.
We all win when car buyers believe they can get where they need to go without gas.
The government should not be able to collect so much information about ordinary citizens.
A long-term economic development strategy that doesn’t change with every election is key to sustainable growth.
Wind developers’ dependence on subsidies should stir skepticism both in Maine and nationwide.
The House needs to pass this legislation before it leaves for its five-week summer recess.
Another yes-or-no vote would divide the people who should be working together on this issue.
Implementing a work mandate will be just a political gesture unless the state addresses roadblocks to getting a job.
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