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Boston’s five double plays were one fewer than the American League record for a nine-inning game.
Read the request by attorneys to be released from defending Joshua Nisbet who is accused of armed robbery.
Finding the sounds, which could come from the plane’s black boxes, is crucial to narrowing the search area.
The move is aimed at complying with a 2010 treaty with Russia and avoiding a fight with members of Congress from states where the missiles are based.
Judge Thomas D. Warren allows attorneys assigned to defend accused armed robber Joshua Nisbet to resign, writing that the Joshua Nisbet has forfeited the right to counsel by his actions.
The measure is called the most comprehensive domestic violence legislation in a generation.
Health costs drop $500,000. The budget is 3.6 percent higher.
Scientists are growing blood vessels, tear ducts, windpipes, ears and noses.
The exoneration comes amid scrutiny of Brooklyn prosecutors’ process for reviewing questionable convictions.
Supporters of the bill say it will protect Maine jobs. But Republicans say that the measure is a job killer.
The father of three also volunteered with the Cape Elizabeth Fire Department.
Blue Cross Blue Shield says 6.6 million fewer pills were given out as part of an 18-month campaign.
The government retakes some of its buildings but some separatists consolidate their positions.
The law encourages, but does not force, Great Northern’s power provider to share certain profits with the paper-maker in East Millinocket.
Her defense attorney said she only struck Alf Stefan Andersson, who was hit at least 25 times in the face, in self-defense.
Authorities say Charles Black tried to kill Lisa Black in 2011 by pushing her off Mount Megunticook. She survived.
Navi Pillay says President Bashar Assad’s regime is ‘mostly responsible’ for human rights offenses.
The latest outbreak is spread over a large area and will likely take months to be fully dealt with.
Michael D. Higgins is the first head of state to visit since Ireland left British rule almost a century ago.