By Associated Press
Ice threatened to wreak havoc on travel and electric service in the Northeast before the storm heads out to sea late Friday and Saturday.
By Kathleen Foody, Jill Bleed, Associated Press
Maine is the only state, apart from Nebraska, that divides its four electoral votes. In 2016, President Trump lost the state but got one electoral college vote, as he won one of the state’s two congressional districts. Maine Public Radio’s…
By PBS NewsHour
Trade tensions between the U.S. and China are not expected to ease anytime soon, and in New England, tariffs are clawing away at lobster profits. Lobstering is a $1.5 billion industry that helps keep Maine’s economy afloat. But due to…
By Paul Solman
Cold, snowy winters are well-known to Bostonians. But this year, there's been so much snow, coming so fast and with no end in sight. Since the end of January, the city has received almost 100 inches, with no thaws and…
In our news wrap Tuesday, the House of Representatives voted to strike down the Affordable Care Act -- a first for the new Congress but the 56th time that House Republicans that tried to repeal the law. Also, advocacy groups…
In our News Wrap Wednesday, Hezbollah rocket fire killed two Israeli soldiers on the Israel-Lebanon border. The Israeli military fired back with airstrikes and artillery fire. Also, Loretta Lynch, President Obama’s nominee to be the next attorney general, went before…
In some regions of northern New England, the moose population is down as much 40 percent in the last three years. The cause of this iconic animal’s dramatic die-off is not yet known, but researchers’ main theory is centered on…
News Wrap: First major snowstorm of 2014 shuts down Midwest cities…
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