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Thirteen people are searching for new homes after an Augusta, Maine fire displaced them.
General Motors Co. announced six recalls covering more than 700,000 vehicles in the United States for varying reasons.
Maine Gov. Paul LePage wants to require food stamp recipients to work while receiving benefits.
Bob McDonald, President Obama's choice to run the VA, looks set for an easy Senate confirmation.
These Brooklyn boys don't need junior high talent shows, they've just signed a million-dollar deal.
Bowlen, 70, is one of the NFL's most well-known owners and guided the Broncos to six Super Bowl appearances during his 30 years at the helm.
University of Southern Maine officials say former Central Maine Power chief David Flanagan will lead the state's second-largest university as its new president.
The new film appears to pick up from news Howard's character drops at the end of the "The Best Man Holiday," which was released last November.
The In a Snap app will let you scan items in magazines and add them to your shopping cart.
A school in Michael Jackson's Indiana hometown will be named for the late pop star.
A Dutch air force plane carrying the first 16 coffins with the remains of victims of the downed Malaysian airliner is on its way to the Netherlands.
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Portland is considering a plan to raise the city's minimum wage to $9.50 per hour, two dollars more than the current statewide minimum.
A look at the sports news making headlines today, Wednesday, July 23.
The "Anchorman" star and his producing partner are planning another feature film.
The basketball star sent cupcakes to his neighbors, apologizing for the ruckus caused by his homecoming.
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Seven retired players are appealing a settlement between the league and former players stemming from a lawsuit over concussions.
Former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez will be tried in January for the murder of semi-professional football player Odin Lloyd last summer.
The L.A. Clippers CEO says the team could face an exodus of players, sponsors, and fans if embattled owner Donald Sterling is still associated with the team.
Fresh peaches, plums, nectarines, and pluots sold at major retailers including Kroger and Costco are being recalled over concerns of possible listeria contamination.