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Daily news stories for the Portland Press Herald/Maine Sunday Telegram
Updated: 5 min 28 sec ago
Despite a sign-up surge, support is at its lowest since the law was passed, a new poll shows.
Married couples are less likely than singles, divorced or widowed folks to suffer any type of heart or blood vessel problem.
The three-time All-Star beats out Jackie Bradley Jr. and is set to start on Monday at Baltimore.
A truck stuck in Lake George illustrates the problems facing fishermen as spring slowly arrives.
A slopestyle event goes through Sunday at Sunday River.
The proposal may signal a move to regulate the greenhouse gas released during hydraulic fracturing.
Putin, in a phone call to Obama, said Ukraine’s leaders allow intimidation of citizens by extremists.
Plans call for developing an autonomous robotic vehicle that can be launched in 2018.
The rate was little changed from January but down from 6.9 percent a year ago.
Gov. Chris Christie defends a report issued Thursday that cleared him of involvement in closing lanes near the George Washington Bridge.
President Obama seeks to reassure Saudi Arabia’s king that the U.S. isn’t taking too soft a stance on Syria.
Firefighters quickly put out the flames, preventing them from spreading in the Lincoln Middle School neighborhood.
The meat industry attempted to block the rules, which went into effect last year, saying they are costly and provide no health benefits to the consumer.
Same-sex marriages become legal just after midnight.
The slopestyle skiing event at Sunday River brings together professional and amateur skiers.
The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife intends to issue 4,085 moose permits this year.
For the first time, airborne crews spot debris in the ocean, but it isn’t known if it’s from Malaysia Airlines Flight 370.
A man who had a pregnant dog with him when he allegedly stabbed and robbed a business owner March 18 is still at large.
The charges cast a harsh light on the tight-knit network of fraternal organizations and one of its most notorius characters, Raymond ‘Shrimp Boy’ Chow.