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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
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The Maine Supreme Judicial Court overturns a ruling that would have cost the county $256,000.
The document has been described as a scathing indictment of the CIA’s use of ‘enhanced interrogation’ techniques.
Members hope to raise public awareness about the rare genetic disorder and related conditions.
The PlayStation 4’s much awaited arrival in Sony Corp.’s home market is the first time Japan did not get a major Sony game machine ahead of other markets.
President Viktor Yanukovych decamped to eastern Ukraine and vowed he would remain in power.
The former prime minister arrives after being released from a hospital, where she was incarcerated.
Russia’s foreign minister urges Western mediators to intervene.
Finland wins the bronze 5-0 as Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask makes 27 saves. .
The railroad responsible for a fiery derailment that killed 47 people in Quebec will be called Central Maine and Quebec Railway.
Mario Matt, who turns 35 in April, becomes the oldest Alpine champion in Olympic history
A day after saying state officials knew lobsters near the mouth of the Penobscot River contained unsafe levels of the toxin, researchers say the officials had older information that did not warrant issuing consumer alerts in 2010.
Officials tell lawmakers that a growing number of dangerous prisoners are being housed in the facilty and they pose a higher escape risk.
A 30 percent tax credit aimed at luring “Tonight” away from California after four decades is reportedly saving NBC more than $20 million a year.
The U.S. men finish 16th in the biathlon relay.
The Dutch win the men’s and women’s team pursuit to finish with 23 speedskating medals.
Vic Wild, an American by birth who is competing for Russia, wins his second gold medal in Sochi.
Home sales were up 8.6 percent over last year.
The Russian Deputy Prime Minister does not say what action was taken.
A tour bus strikes a jackknifed tractor-trailer on an icy western Vermont road.
The governors and their spouses will join President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, at the White House on Sunday.