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11 hrs ago | RecordNET
If you are having trouble with your Medicare Part D prescriptions, especially if you have been denied a prescription at the pharmacy counter, you'll want to read this statement issued today from the nonprofit consumer group Medicare Rights Center: Today Senate and House cosponsors of the Medicare Part D Beneficiary Appeals Fairness Act wrote to the ... (more)
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15 hrs ago | American Reporter
During the final debate last week, Barack Obama called John McCain on the negative ads, saying that 100 percent of his radio and television ads were negative.
20 hrs ago | Politico
GOOD MORNIN', GOOD MORNIN', IT'S GREAT TO STAY UP LATE: Here are some highlights from all-night climate change talk-fest organized by Sens. Brian Schatz, which had at least 30 Democrats participate and is expected to wrap up around 9 a.m. today.
Insurance companies will urge U.S. lawmakers today to stop the Federal Reserve from imposing bank- like capital standards on their industry.
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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will continue her focus on women's rights when she appears at the fifth annual Women in the World Summit next month.
A limited edition of "Silent Strength," the new book about the men lost aboard USS Thresher, is expected to be available by April 10 - just in time for the 51st anniversary of the submarine disaster.
The next scheduled Selectmen's Meeting will be held on Monday March 24 starting at 6:00 p.m. at the Town Office.
On Thursday afternoon, the Canadian National Energy Board ruled in favor of a project that will allow tar sands oil to flow east from Alberta Provence to Montreal, Quebec.
Tyler C. Hadyniak and ten other students went down to Washington D. C. this week and had the opportunity to spend a day on Capital Hill.
Sen. Dean Heller, R-Nev., second from left, accompanied by fellow Senate Republicans, gestures during a news conference on Capitol Hill in Washington, Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014, where they discussed benefits to long-term jobless workers.
Shenna Bellows is the former executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Maine.
The director of hunger and relief services for Catholic Charities Maine in Caribou told the Senate Special Committee on Aging on Wednesday that the high cost of heating oil, a lack of transportation and food insecurity are all challenges that face low-income senior citizens, particularly in rural areas.
The U.S. Senate blocked a measure sought by victims of sexual assaults in the military to take away the ability of commanders to prosecute those cases.