The governor, who has vetoed Medicaid expansion bills five times, says the expansion approved by voters can't be funded with tax increases or cuts to...
Elections seem decided less by policy than by hatred of what once was called the loyal opposition.
The potential deepening of the deficit might hurt the party in the 2020 presidential election.
The president claims his tax bill will make Christmas great again, but little love is shown to millions of Americans.
The Republican governor insists on no new taxes and no tapping into emergency reserves to expand health care coverage.
Maine's communities would be well-advised not to follow the flawed model of San Francisco.
He wants to make himself head of the budget panel, which some councilors are criticizing as a 'power grab' that threatens to damage healing relationships.
If the tax reform bill comes back to the Senate for a final vote, let's hope she does what's right for hardworking Mainers.
More than a dozen religious leaders say they're willing to be arrested as they protest the Maine Republican's vote to support her party's tax bill.
In comments at an event in Lewiston, the governor described the story, first published by The Washington Post, as 'vile.'...
White House advisers tell The Washington Post that the president would endorse the governor if he ran against Angus King in 2018.
To help kids succeed and boost the state's economy, each candidate should spell out how they would keep young learners on track.
Critics hammer the senator for voting straight Republican, but Democrats haven't articulated their own policy positions.
The Maine senator had insisted on Republican support for bills to stabilize Obamacare in return for her support for the tax reform measure.
Secretary Ryan Zinke outlined a few of his proposals for national monuments nationwide, one day after President Trump announced plans to shrink two national monuments...
Lawsuits by the companies, allied with Indian tribes, began flying as soon as Trump's decision was announced.
State Rep. Mick Devin, the bill's sponsor, says the problem of addiction among Maine fishermen has been growing worse for years.
The fate of this critical reform depends on who wins in 2018, Sens. Cathy Breen and Shenna Bellows say.
Let's urge the Maine senator to have a change of heart and fight once again for her true constituents, not the wealthy.