A kayaker was taking a break from his morning ride when he saw the bald eagle swoop down into the water.
“My first instinct was to pull out my phone to document the find because it was such a rare occasion,” Luke Rand said.
The Sequoia holds plenty of presidential history: JFK celebrated his last birthday aboard the vessel; Harry Truman held atomic arms talks with the leaders of Canada and Great Britain; and Richard Nixon hosted Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev.
“This decision is inconsistent with what Justices Gorsuch and Kavanaugh said in their testimony and their meetings with me, where they both were insistent on the importance of supporting long-standing precedents that the country has relied upon,” Collins said.
Primary contests in several states on Tuesday offered the latest test of the Donald Trump political brand.
A star-spangled banner larger than a football field will "create opportunity for Americans to come together."
Authorities said the bus driver dragged the boy nearly 580 feet before stopping.
The identities of the two who died were not immediately released.
A suspected drunk driver who crashed into police headquarters told police she was “following her GPS instructions”
Police said Philip Dulude was arrested for criminal trespassing and violating bail conditions.
Macie Semrau said she was able to unlock her father’s cell phone as he screamed for help in the basement.
Democratic Gov. Janet Mills signed off on a $1.2 billion supplemental budget Wednesday that sends more than half of the money to residents in the form of $850 relief checks.
Police in Maine said at least two students grabbed the wheel after Arthur McDougall, 77, suffered a heart attack and later died.
Cheslie Kryst, who was Miss USA 2019, has died after jumping from her apartment in Midtown Manhattan.
According to local news reports, the viral disk made its first appearance in 2019 before partially forming again in 2020.
A police officer in Maine had to shift lanes to avoid a head-on collision with a suspected drunk driver on Thursday.
The man who pleaded guilty to putting razor blades and screws in pizza dough at supermarkets last year has been sentenced to four years and nine months in prison.
The Supreme Court has rejected an emergency appeal from health care workers in Maine to block a vaccine mandate that went into effect Friday.
Federal prosecutors say law enforcement officers and a prosecutor aided an operation that illegally sold $13 million in pot grown for Maine’s medical marijuana program.
Agents searching a suspect's car found cocaine mixed with coffee grounds and wrapped to look like store-bought cake.