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Last month's UN climate change report, based on input from some 1,500 scientists from around the world, contains data about the alarming effect that human-caused carbon emissions are having upon our planet.
Attorney General Janet Mills is working with Rep. Mike Michaud to find federal funding for the creation of a cold case squad in Maine aimed at solving more than 100 open homicide cases.
Top news links, courtesy of Mountain West News. U.S. senators have small brewers' back in FDA skirmish U.S. Sen. Mark Udall of Colorado, Sen. Susan Collins of Maine and Sen. Charles E. Schumer are among the senators who are helping microbrewers fend off a regulation proposed by the Food and Drug Administration that would put an end to those ... (more)
The U.S. Navy on Saturday christened the first ship of its newest class of destroyers, a more than $3 billion, 610-foot-long warship sporting advanced technology and a stealthy shape designed to minimize its visibility on enemy radar and reduce the size of its crew.
And pundits are talking about how hard it will be to defend "Obamacare" on the campaign trail later this year.
U.S. Sen. Susan Collins speaks at the groundbreaking ceremony for the Cable-Burns Applied Technology and Engineering Center of Lincoln Academy, Friday, April 11, 2014.
Smoke from forest fires in northwest Quebec in July created hazy conditions in northern Maine, obscuring hills looking westward over the St. John Valley.
President Obama has appointed Maine Department of Marine Resources Commissioner Patrick Keliher to serve as commissioner of the Council of the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization.
Democrat Shenna Bellows raised $433,000 for her U.S. Senate campaign during the first quarter of 2014, which is $100,000 more than during the first several months of her campaign but only half the amount raised by Republican Sen. Susan Collins.
Not all bipartisanship is created equal: There's real bipartisanship and fake bipartisanship.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is in no mood to delay a scheduled confirmation vote for a Ninth Circuit judicial nominee - warning he'll keep the Senate in session Friday if Republicans don't consent to an earlier vote.
Construction got underway last week on a project to widen Mile Road at the Route 1 intersection and to landscape the grounds of the adjacent former convenience store property for use as a park.
A Dept. of Defense fiscal 2015 budget proposal to launch a new base realignment and closure round has run into opposition on Capitol Hill.
The hearing was only the second on Capitol Hill in recent weeks that sought the perspective of local officials.