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India 'about to take off,' government says

"India is about to take off." That was the bold declaration from India's Finance Minister Arun Jaitley as he delivered his first full-year budget since his party won a resounding victory at the polls last May.

Jeb Bush survives -- and thrives -- at CPAC

Jeb Bush didn't just survive his journey into the conservative bear pit. By the end, the former Florida governor and potential presidential candidate actually seemed to be enjoying his CPAC baptism.

Janet Yellen meets with conservatives

Janet Yellen met Friday with conservative economists and activists who shared concerns about the potential negative impact of keeping interest rates low for too long.

High school student meal teaches about global differences

Greely High School's Global Awareness Club hosts a "hunger banquet" on Friday.

Hill fight features rumblings of Boehner coup

House Speaker John Boehner faces a looming threat from conservatives to oust him as speaker, and it's tying his hands on funding the Department of Homeland Security.

Auburn crash injures 4

Route 4 in Auburn was closed for about an hour Friday after a three-vehicle crash, the Auburn Fire Department said.

Gun bill would allow concealed weapons without permit

A bill allowing Maine people to carry a concealed weapon without a permit has 96 sponsors in the State House.

Gun bill would allow concealed weapons without permit

A bill allowing Maine people to carry a concealed weapon without a permit has 96 sponsors in the State House.

Homeless advocates, Portland city officials fight back

Portland city leaders and advocates for the homeless are fighting back saying, "There's another side of the story."

Debate over seat belt law heats up in Augusta

Buckling up may no longer be law in Maine if a bill from state Sen. Eric Brakey moves forward.