A major climate meeting is about to get underway in Glasgow, Scotland. It's a pivotal moment in the struggle against climate change. But it's taking place in the midst of political tensions.
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Martha Lillard had just turned 5 years old when polio incapacitated her. She still uses a form of the ventilator that saved her life as a child — though now she worries about replacement parts.
The policy announced Monday threatens a "hard quarantine" that is longer than the Games themselves for anyone who arrives unvaccinated.
An unexpected and interesting aspect of the book is the way it brims with experiences of the body, including Couric's years struggling with bulimia and the warping effects of having her looks managed.
A violent march in Charlottesville by far-right extremists in 2017 showed how well organized the far-right had become. A trial targeting those associated with the march is seen as a bellwether case.
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The total number of COVID-19 diagnoses in the state is now 100,967 since the pandemic began. In all, 1,122 Mainers have died.
The testing is part of a years-long plan targeting sites where sludge, septic tank sewage and industrial waste was spread as fertilizer.
The Maine CDC says consumers who purchased packages of Hardie's crabmeat between June 15 to August 15 should throw it out.
Teens charged with setting a deadly fire in Lewiston last month have now been charged with felony murderTwo 13-year-olds and a 14-year-old were arrested and taken to the Long Creek Youth Correctional Facility in South Portland.
The lingering surge of COVID-19 cases contributed to the loss of 3,000 jobs last month, officials sayIt was the second straight month that the number of jobs in Maine has gone down.
Monday—Maine Attorney General Frey discusses current issues, from law enforcement officers' use of deadly force to environmental lawsuits to consumer protection.
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