WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.
President Donald Trump spent the holiday weekend hunkered down at his Florida estate, watching cable television news, grousing to club members and advisers and fuming over the investigation of Russian election meddling.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is tiptoeing toward a potential presidential run in 2020, even broaching the possibility during a recent gathering of longtime foreign policy aides.
Mitt Romney’s extensive resume has many Republicans looking to him to take on a role in the Senate as a political and moral counterweight to a president many in the GOP see as divisive and undignified.
First he has to get elected.
BEIRUT (AP) — Pro-Syrian government forces will begin entering the Syrian Kurdish enclave of Afrin in the country’s northwest “within hours,” after reaching an agreement with the Kurdish militia in control of the region, Syrian state media said today.
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea (AP) — Russia could lose its chance to be reinstated before the end of the Winter Olympics because of a doping charge against curling bronze medalist Alexander Krushelnitsky.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A “Make America Great Again” hat. A tea party T-shirt. A MoveOn.org button.
Wear any one of those items to vote in Minnesota, and a poll worker will likely ask you to remove it or cover it up.
Oxfam workers suspected of sexual misconduct in Haiti intimidated and threatened a witness as the charity investigated the original claims, according to the organization’s report on the internal inquiry.
Breaking down barriers is nothing new for Sen. Tammy Duckworth, and that’s the way she likes it.
The decorated Iraq War veteran who lost both legs when her helicopter was shot down is an Asian-American woman in the mostly white, mostly male and very fusty Senate. And now, with a baby due in April, she’ll be the first senator to give birth while in office.
The Kremlin has dismissed a U.S. indictment that charged 13 Russians with interfering in the 2016 U.S. presidential election as lacking evidence.
Cheryl Alexander Bathurst, 63, born on June 21, 1954, passed away on Sunday, Feb. 11, 2018, at the Hospice House in Auburn surrounded by her family.
She attended schools in Bowdoin and in Brunswick. She spent most of her adult life as a daycare provider and was loved by all the children and parents. She was a member of the women’s auxiliary in Post 158 Lisbon Legion.
Mega Millions: 14-38-48-53-58
Megaball: 16 Megaplier: 3
Gimme 5: 3-4-12-14-16
Day Pick 3: 0-2-2
Day Pick 4: 6-5-8-7
Evening Pick 3: 5-3-9
Evening Pick 4: 0-3-3-4
Lotto America: 40-41-47-49-51
Day Pick 3: 4-1-3
DEAR ABBY: When I was in my teens, and even into my 20s and 30s, I was a Plain Jane. I had little self-confidence. But strangely, I’m one of those people who has gotten better looking as I’ve aged. Now in my 50s, I am better looking than many women my age or even younger. Men definitely notice me, and I love it.
There is a new employee in our office. She moved from Ohio last month and started the new job a few days after she arrived. By the end of her first week in Maine she had to dig her car out from under a blizzard, risked her life stepping onto a driveway temporarily turned into a skating rink, and contracted the flu.
On Tuesday, Brunswick residents will have an opportunity to express support for a resolution welcoming immigrants and refugees to our town. The resolution, which will be presented to the town council, is sponsored by Sanctuary Brunswick.
Another Valentine’s Day came and went this week and it reminded me of simpler times.