A U. S. federal court ruled Adobe could not be gagged indefinitely by the government about search warrants issued for contents of its customer’s accounts. The recently unsealed ruling handed down by the U. S. District Court in Los Angeles found the ongoing gag order imposed on Adobe failed scrutiny be
This article originally appeared on the Motley Fool. President Donald Trump was elected in part because of his championing of income tax reform, with promises of a simplified structure of tax rates for individuals and lower tax rates on corporations. Yet at no time during the campaign did the presid
Former President Barack Obama is scheduled to speak at a Wall Street conference later in the year, according to a report Monday by Fox Business Network. As Obama made his first public appearance since leaving the White House in January — at an event in the University of Chicago — the network cited p
A 75-year-old woman was killed Monday evening when the car she was driving crossed the rotary where Route 112 and Route 114 intersect in Gorham, went off the road and crashed into a nearby wetland, police said.
The woman was pronounced dead at the scene, police said in a statement. Her identity won’t be released until her relatives have been notified.
Gorham police said the cause of the crash remains under investigation.
A federal appeals court has upheld an award of $250,000 in punitive damages against Pan Am Railways after a lower court found that the railroad illegally retaliated against an employee for reporting a safety hazard and injury at the company’s Waterville rail yard.
The ruling by the 1st U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Boston upholds the finding of an administrative law judge after a conductor, Jason Raye, told supervisors about a pile of old railroad ties next to a track in the yard in Waterville in 2011.
AUGUSTA — Three families are homeless after fire destroyed an apartment building on Mount Vernon Avenue Monday afternoon.
The fire, which was reported about 3 p.m., prompted officials to shut down the busy street for about three and a half hours as more than two dozen firefighters from Augusta, Winthrop, Chelsea, Togus, and Gardiner battled the blaze.