Thursday, December 12, 2013
Instead of replacing a missing body part, the pieces replace something that was never lost to overcome a limitation of the human body.
No arrests have been reported in Maine or elsewhere, but improved technology is making it easier to produce the all-plastic weapons at home.
The action would soften spending cuts that could help Bath Iron Works and Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.
The Holy See’s financial watchdog agency has yet to inspect the embattled Vatican bank, a true test of whether the new laws to fight financial crimes are being enforced.
Fewer US homes nationally entered foreclosure path in November.
Consumers are used to bargains, have learned they can live with less, and are burned out on the frenzy of the season.
At stake is $40 million of municipal revenue sharing.
A convoy headed to a wedding is hit, and one official says al-Qaida militants are suspected to have been traveling with the group.
Catholic leaders say the Pope shows the importance of helping others through his actions, not just his words.
Pope Francis is Time’s Person of the Year
New Horizons is on its way out, scheduled to fly by Pluto in July 2015 and then proceed into the Kuiper Belt. It will take pictures of whatever comes into range and send back detections of molecular and atomic activity in space for hopefully another five years or so.
The man, Kirby Turcotte, 69, of Derry, N.H., pulled the truck up onto a wooden ramp to have a look underneath after having engine trouble, Skowhegan Police Chief Ted Blais said at the scene.
The 20-foot-high ramp will be located near the Green Monster.
Crawford makes key basketball late in LA victory.
Harraseeket Inn’s Broad Arrow Tavern a great spot for lunch
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