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Warming weather draws out fishermen, who repair their gear and get ready for another season on the water.
Prosecutors have now compiled a lengthy list of other victims they believe the group has hacked, including 7-Eleven, JetBlue Airways, J.C. Penney and Visa, according to court documents.
Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte and Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen say that the Obama administration’s budget proposal requests too little for the Low Income Home Heating Assistance Program.
The site of the former Maine Energy Recovery Co. in Biddeford, shown before and after the garbage incinerator's demolition.
There were no injuries and both fires remain under investigation.
USM student organizers have kept up a relentless drumbeat of protests unlike anything in recent memory.
Acoustic signals that could be from the missing airliner’s black box spur a renewed search effort.
He will travel as far as California in a car he calls ‘the Poemobile.’
Today’s meetings are scheduled to take place at York Village Fire Department and at Scarborough High School.
The country’s 814 million electorate will vote in stages over the next five weeks to choose representatives to its 543-seat lower house of parliament.
Results of studies of the Pfizer and Eli Lilly breast cancer drugs create hope of a new treatment avenue.
The ex-Olympian could take the stand as early as Monday to defend his contention that he killed his girlfriend by accident.
Scientists say people seem to be developing digital brains with new circuits for surfing information online.
The company stops supporting its popular operating system possibly leaving hundreds of millions of users at risk.
Killeen, Texas, residents grope for answers four days after Fort Hood’s second deadly rampage.
The need for real-time insight is key because the marine environment changes rapidly, they say.
St. John Catholic School in Winslow is sending a team to the national Odyssey of the Mind competition in Ames, Iowa.
The Huskies will play Notre Dame on Tuesday in the first women's national title game between unbeaten teams.
Kayla McBride, the All-American senior guard, scores 28 points.
Also: Gov. Paul LePage’s opposition to overdose drug makes national news and Republicans honor anti-tax crusader.