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He hosted the show for more than a decade, charming audiences with his mellifluous voice and easygoing grin.
The 2012 video led to rioting and deaths in the Middle East because of its negative portrayal of the Prophet Muhammad.
The projectiles that landed off the North’s eastern coast were believed to be short-range missiles with a range of about 125 miles.
Other indexes also rise, and J.C. Penney jumps 25 percent after showing a quarterly profit.
Boston Mayor Martin Walsh says that allowing gay groups to participate is ‘long overdue.’
'El Chapo' is one of seven defendants named in a 2011 New Hampshire indictment for conspiracy to distribute more than 1,000 pounds of cocaine and other drugs.
The incident on Cornell Street is believed to have been an accident.
Investors are reassured that the central bank might slow its pullback of economic stimulus if the economy wobbles.
Noel has been practicing his dance moves. For years. Now he’s just hoping they play his favorite song Saturday at STRIVE’s 12-hour dance marathon. Meet Noel at MaineToday.com
State officials disagree and say improvements are coming.
NECN is reporting that the former NFL star was not in handcuffs when he assaulted another inmate, who was in handcuffs.
Russia sends fighter jets and soldiers to the border and reportedly shelters the fugitive president, Viktor Yanukovych.
Closing arguments in her drugged-driving trial are set for this afternoon.
Maine state investigator's report into daycare licensing violations at Sunshine Childcare & Preschool in Lyman, Maine
The show offers an exclusive firsthand look at the design and creation of the period fashions used in the popular PBS television series.
A broken nose suffered after passing out from carbon monoxide may have saved a man and his girlfriend at an Ogunquit resort.
A furnace malfunction is blamed for the leak at a home on Clinton Street.
Completed proposals are due March 28.
The Justice Department says the 63-year-old attorney general is alert, talking with his doctors and undergoing further evaluation.