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In this Oct. 3, 1995 file photo, defense attorney F. Lee Bailey, left, looks on as O.J. Simpson, center, reacts as he is found not guilty of murdering his ex-wife Nicole Brown and her friend Ron Goldman, in court in Los Angeles. PORTLAND, Maine -- Famed attorney F. Lee Bailey has filed for bankruptcy in Maine in an effort to discharge an IRS debt of more than $5 million. Comment?
The CAT, a high-speed passenger ferry, departs Yarmouth, N.S. heading to Portland, Maine on its first scheduled trip on Wednesday, June 15, 2016. The vessel, expected to boost tourism in Nova Scotia, is chartered by Bay Ferries Ltd. from the U.S. Navy - sAos Military Sealift Command and is crewed by Americans. Comment?
PORTLAND, Maine -- A Maine police sergeant looking for speeders has captured a fireball streaking across the sky on his dashboard camera. The bright flash visible from several states early Tuesday was apparently left by a meteor burning up as it passed through the earth's atmosphere. Comment?
A four-clawed female lobster is seen at Ready Seafood Co., Thursday, March 10, 2016, in Portland, Maine. The crustacean was most likely caught in Canadian waters before being sold to the wholesale lobster company. Comment?
Sarnia's Donovan Woods is currently touring Canada, opening shows for Matt Anderson. Woods's new album, Hard Settle, Ain't Troubled, is set to be released Feb. 26. Donovan Woods is exploring Canada this winter from the seat of a tour bus, and the stages of theatres in 27 cities and towns stretching from Victoria to Halifax. Comment?
Alex Cotrell plays the role of the dancing chef after delivering hot chocolate to passengers on board the Polar Express on the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad, Friday, Nov. 27, 2015, in Portland, Maine. Chefs also read the story of the Polar Express and led the singing of Christmas carols as the train travels to the "North Pole." Comment?
Fire from an oil train explosion is seen in Lac-Megantic, Que., in this July 6, 2013 file photograph. PORTLAND, Maine -- A U.S. bankruptcy judge has approved a $446 million settlement fund for victims of the fiery Lac-Megantic oil-train derailment in Quebec that killed 47 people. Comment?
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