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Portland Press Herald
Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
Updated: 3 min 33 sec ago
The nanny’s lawyer points to records of injuries to the baby that happened when the nanny couldn’t have inflicted them.
He also loved playing baseball and was once scouted by the Red Sox.
Researchers close in on a recipe that requires no refrigeration or freezing and can last three years.
Since Obama took office in 2009, Democratic appointees hold more than half the seats on appeals courts.
A report by ‘medical experts’ convinced him that some offenses should be punished by life imprisonment, his spokesman says.
Research on rhesus monkeys raises questions for humans.
A lawmaker envisions the devices as a way to deter drunken driving.
Muslims trying to flee violence in the capital are turned back by peacekeepers.
People in Georgia and South Carolina may be without electricity for several more days.
A letter signed by more than 150 intellectuals targets a meeting by President Obama and his Mexican and Canadian counterparts.
The event is replete with music, flowers, decorations, friends and a lot of love.
The 22-year-old man smashed a mirror on a cruiser and threw the bat at an officer, police say.
The U.S. Marshals Service aids with the arrest.
Athletes who share pictures, thoughts and stories from the games strengthen their hands to woo new sponsors or squeeze more money from existing ones.
From gulls on the beaches to ice on the beeches, Maine offers beauty no matter the weather.
Plus, airlines have been cutting unprofitable flights and packing more passengers on each flight, so rebooking can take days.
They say that the legal case against gay marriage is crumbling and that it would be improper for them to argue positions that are clearly unconstitutional.
U.S. medalist raced after suffering concussion-like symptoms and will now retire.