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The President pardoned the official Thanksgiving turkey in a tradition that is truly American.
The Washington Redskins plan to start Colt McCoy over Robert Griffin III on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts.
The actor will reprise his 1982 role as bounty hunter Rick Deckard.
KISS, Miss USA Nia Sanchez, Nick Jonas, and Idina Menzel are also set to take part in the 88th annual parade.
PARIS, Maine (AP) _ The police chief of a Maine town is facing a drunken driving charge after getting pulled over last week.
Summit Natural Gas of Maine is promising to reimburse customers who paid a contractor for work that was never done.
In other countries, you may be asked to push a car stuck in the mud. In Russia, it's a jet.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg underwent a heart procedure after reporting discomfort following routine exercise.
BUCKSPORT, Maine (AP) _ The closure of a Bucksport paper mill that is expected to put more than 500 people out of work is being pushed back from Dec. 1 to Dec. 31, keeping employees on payroll for another month.
The comedian's infamous ode to turkey day!
A nor'easter packing rain and snow is posing special challenges and threatening to cancel flights across the country. a
TOPSHAM, Maine (AP) _ Police have arrested an 18-year-old Topsham man on robbery charges and are looking for his twin brother.
SKOWHEGAN, Maine (AP) _ A Skowhegan man police say brought heroin and cocaine from Massachusetts to resell in Maine has been arrested on drug charges.
WALDOBORO, Maine (AP) _ A lieutenant with the Cumberland County Jail has been placed on administrative leave after he was charged with felony theft.
Reps for the "Wrecking Ball" singer have shot down rumors that she's expecting a child.
Thousands of schoolchildren helped break the world record for the largest gathering of Christmas elves.
The "First Wives Club" star called the "Problem" singer "ridiculous" and questioned her sexy antics.
Jon Bon Jovi appears to have severed ties with former bandmate Richie Sambora.
U.S. judges overturned measures that voters approved a decade ago in both socially conservative Southern states.
Fifty years after Vivian and Ronald Joseph skated at the Innsbruck Olympics, the American pair officially got their medals.