Kieve Camp in Nobleboro, Maine, started by welcoming families of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks and now helps families and veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars.
As Hurricane Earl approached the East Coast, residents and tourists were warned to take precautions. In some areas, residents boarded their homes and businesses before they evacuated. Jim Lehrer has more.
Voters in Maine on Tuesday dealt another defeat to gay-rights advocates after voting to repeal a new state law allowing same-sex marriage.
Without mid-term congressional races or a presidential election, the 2009 special election season has been dominated by a few key local races, which have attracted national headlines nonetheless.
In other news, Scottish officials defend the country's decision to release the Lockerbie bomber, and two bombs in Iraq killed at least 11 people.
In other news, two bombings at Pakistani mosques killed at least nine people and the U.N. Security Council expanded sanctions against North Korea.
Kwame Holman reports on a small group of Congressional GOP moderates as they craft their message and next moves during a difficult time for their party.
In other news, at least 17 civilians were killed in two separate bombings in Iraq, and the Justice Department is expected to recommend against prosecuting lawyers who authorized harsh interrogations.
By PBS NewsHour
Bottled water is a hot commodity -- Americans drank almost 9 billion gallons of it last year. But some Maine residents think less of it should come from their state. They are challenging Poland Spring over rights to the state's…
By Admin, PBS NewsHour
The neck-and-neck battle for the Democratic nomination continues this weekend as voters in four states plus the Virgin Islands head to polls or caucuses.
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