Under Trump, freer trade — long a pillar of Republican policy in the United States — was out. “America First” protectionism was in.
Barrett was formally sworn in Tuesday as the Supreme Court’s ninth justice, her oath administered by Chief Justice John Roberts.
An election night party at his own hotel is symbolic for a businessman who leveraged his celebrity as a reality star and New York real estate magnate to win the nation’s highest office.
“Joe Biden will put the health and safety of the American people first and has a robust coronavirus plan,” Jonathan Hale writes.
The worries are bipartisan.
There doesn’t seem to be a quick fix.
Worldy Armand, 39, faces a charge of willful and malicious burning.
That money went to the New-York based nonprofit RIP Medical Debt, which bought debt in August from collection agencies for pennies on the dollar.
Scarborough High School issued a statement to faculty and staff advising them not to use words “that communicate a personal viewpoint” or “have the potential to be controversial or politicized” on school grounds.
Students on the boys’ soccer team will be in remote classes until at least November 9.
No new deaths were reported Tuesday, leaving the statewide death toll at 146.
This time they mostly wore masks.
Gideon has been critical of Collins’ judicial votes throughout the campaign, though both candidates opposed confirming a judge before Election Day.
Biden is pushing into other territory where President Donald Trump was once expected to easily repeat his wins from four years ago.
Maine poll workers on Tuesday can start processing an unprecedented deluge of absentee ballots that voters have mailed in or, in many cases, hand-delivered this month.
That’s the U.S. Postal Service’s recommendation for voters.
After months of facing global, national and local stressors, how people approach self-care is changing.
Pastor Matthew Shaw addressed the situation in a video on the church’s Facebook page, saying the church regrets what has happened and is asking for forgiveness.
A pizza dough manufacturer did not report three complaints made in September about screws found in its product sold at Hannaford stores.
Here’s what we’re talking about in Maine today.