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Ex-CIA officer convicted in leak case

The former CIA officer accused of disclosing the details of a covert operation to a New York Times reporter was convicted Monday in federal court, according to reports.

Jeffrey Sterling was convicted on nine felony counts of unauthorized disclosure of...

US deficit to 'hold steady' until 2018

Solid economic growth over the next few years should help keep the annual federal deficit at a very modest level until 2018. But after that, the deficit will start growing again.

Damage causes covered bridge to close

The Maine Department of Transportation believes a snow plow may have damaged a covered bridge in southern Maine.

What you need to know about the blizzard

The first major snowstorm of 2015 is expected to hit the Northeastern United States on Monday and Tuesday.

The National Weather Service describes the storm as a "crippling and potentially historic blizzard" that could bring up to 3 feet of snow, heavy...

Public works crews ready for big storm

Portland city officials warn residents to use caution during the storm.

Secret Service investigates White House drone crash

The man operating the drone that crashed on the White House grounds called the U.S. Secret Service on Monday morning to "self-report" his involvement in the incident.

The drone's owner and operator is a government employee who said he was using the dr...

Coastal communities brace for blizzard

People who live along the southern coast of Maine are bracing for the January blizzard that's heading north.

Maine hospitals make plans for blizzard

While emergency rooms never close, Maine hospitals are making plans and adjustments in anticipation on Tuesday's blizzard.

New Jersey on Christie's Dallas love? Who cares

An overwhelming majority of football fans in New Jersey say Gov. Chris Christie's affection for the Dallas Cowboys makes no difference in their opinion of him.

Oklahoma to ask court to postpone executions

The Oklahoma attorney general will ask the Supreme Court to temporarily postpone the scheduled execution of three death row inmates involved in state's lethal injection case.