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Pols show how not to do April Fools' Day

On Wednesday, politicians were funny for a day. Well, they tried anyway.

Sure, some of the lawmakers and party leaders taking part in the annual day of pranks did actually display a vestigial funny bone, like California Democratic Rep. Mike Honda. He ...

Hillary Clinton's outside world is moving in

For the last two years, Hillary Clinton has had a small army of energetic supporters -- outside of her official office -- organizing, strategizing and promoting a possible presidential run.

Teen charged in Troy murder

The name of a 16-year-old charged with the murder of a Waldo County man will not be released until he appears in court, the Maine Department of Public Safety said.

No contempt charges against Lois Lerner

The U.S. Attorney's Office for the District of Columbia has notified House Speaker John Boehner that it won't bring contempt of Congress charges against former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner.

South Portland teachers OK student Pledge of Allegiance choice

Students at South Portland High School will not have the choice of saying the Pledge of Allegiance.

Maine celebrities gear up for Dancing with Local Stars

Area celebrities are set to heat up the stage in the seventh annual Dancing with Local Stars to benefit Wayfinder Schools.

Inmates accused of making false sex assault claim against guard

Two inmates at the Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset are accused of making a false sexual assault claim against a female corrections officer.

Inmates accused of making false sex assault claim against guard

Two inmates at the Two Bridges Regional Jail in Wiscasset are accused of making a false sexual assault claim against a female corrections officer.

Maine woman creating sustainable jewelry

Can you imagine owning a fine piece of jewelry made from an old tooth filling, car parts or a discarded spoon?

Lawmaker unveils plan to fix costly energy bill typo

A Republican lawmaker unveils his plan to fix a typo that cost a Maine energy program $38 million.