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While the FDA plans to set marketing and product regulations for electronic cigarettes in the near future, for now, almost anything goes.
A dispute over a replay ruling leads to the ejection of Sox manager John Farrell.
The revelations were first published in June in The Guardian and The Washington Post, which last week received a George Polk Award for national security reporting.
John Marshall helps Good Shepherd orphanage raise $30,000 for a new school in less than a month.
Prices are 3.5 cents higher than they were a month ago and 5.5 cents higher than at this time last year.
The strong March gain — the largest jump since September 2012 — provides more evidence that the economy is emerging from a harsh winter with some momentum.
The free 20-year-old after-school program wraps up its season with an annual 'trophy game.'
Police are looking for what appears to be a silver Kia Soul captured on surveillance video outside the Buckfield convenience store at about 4:15 a.m. Sunday.
With no municipal water or fire hydrants to use, and narrow streets jammed with abandoned vehicles, fire crews could do little but watch some neighborhoods burn.
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Their lawyers had argued for separate trials, saying evidence against one man could unfairly prejudice the jury against the other.
Four students remained hospitalized Sunday, all in critical condition.
The Maine Department of Labor says it was developed in response to concerns there is not enough state-specific information.
Police say Nicholas Mangino, 25, was the officer who fired at Stephen McKenney, 66, as he held a handgun in Windham.
The new nonprofit hopes to keep the Stackpole Bridge from being replaced by a simple concrete span.
His easy win shows he’s even better-suited to wear the green jacket.
Monday’s warmth and Tuesday’s rain will melt any remaining snow and ice, raising the levels of Maine rivers.
A Palestinian professor is branded a traitor for trying to teach a lesson in empathy and tolerance.
A declassified review of the detention and interrogation program at the top-secret Camp 7 within the prison is expected to be sharply critical.
Russia spent 4.1 percent while the U.S. spent 3.8 percent of gross domestic product, a Swedish arms watchdog reports.