Lauren Boebert

‘It’s Lewiston, imbecile’: Lauren Boebert draws outrage after misspelling Maine town name in her mass shooting condolences post

‘Sending prayers to Lewistown.’

On Oct 26, 2023 by Katherine Huggins

neo-Nazis think they can apprehend Maine mass shooter

‘Boots on the ground’: Neo-Nazis think they can apprehend Lewiston, Maine mass shooter

‘We ask people to shelter in place.’

On Oct 26, 2023 by Claire Goforth

A law enforcement officer walks along the road leading to the Schemengees bar where a man on late 25 October reportedly opened fire killing and injuring numerous people in Lewiston

Maine mass shooting immediately pinned on Hamas by far-right conspiracy theorists—despite U.S. soldier under suspicion

It has nothing to do with Israel-Palestine.

On Oct 26, 2023 by David Covucci

buildings and street (background) '6:41pm EST I heard what sounded like rapid gunfire but was unsure... I live .5 mile from Schemengees' (inset)

‘I never would think this would happen in Maine’: Woman records gunfire just as mass shooting in Lewiston begins—you can hear it half a mile away (updated)

‘I still feel like this whole thing is a nightmare.’

On Oct 26, 2023 by Ramon Ramirez

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EXCLUSIVE: Far-right organization in Maine obsessed with ‘grooming’ in schools accidentally platformed a convicted sex offender

One of its top leaders has also been banned from multiple schools.

On May 31, 2022 by Claire Goforth

Four people walking down the street having their face scanned with facial recognition.

Maine passes ‘strongest’ facial recognition restrictions in the country

In the absence of federal rules, cities and states are filling the gaps.

On Jun 30, 2021 by Andrew Wyrich

Maine privacy law

Corporations do not have a First Amendent right to your data, judge says

The case will continue, but a Maine judge poked holes in the arguments against it.

On Jul 8, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich

ISPs Sue Maine Digital Privacy Law

Maine implemented a strict privacy law—corporations are now claiming it violates their free speech

The suit claims the law infringes on their First Amendment rights.

On Feb 19, 2020 by Andrew Wyrich

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Maine mayor resigns after racist text messages exposed

Shane Bouchard called Black people ‘antique farm equipment’ and then called himself a ‘victim.’

On Mar 10, 2019 by Samira Sadeque

A Dunkin' reportedly called police on a woman during an argument about her speaking Somali.

Dunkin’ employee calls cops after customer speaks Somali in drive-thru

The woman was issued a no-trespassing notice.

On Oct 19, 2018 by Kris Seavers

Leslie Gibson with 'There is nothing about this skin head lesbian that impresses me and there is nothing that she has to say' tweet

GOP candidate apologizes after calling Parkland teen activist a ‘skinhead lesbian’

He called another Parkland student a ‘liar.’

On Mar 13, 2018 by Samantha Grasso

Football

High school footballers resist coach encouraging homophobic taunts, get him fired

The players resisted.

On Oct 22, 2017 by Samantha Grasso

The ACLU in Maine is suing Gov. Paul LePage

ACLU sues Maine’s governor for blocking constituents on Facebook

Did Gov. Paul LePage violate their constitutional rights?

On Aug 8, 2017 by Andrew Wyrich

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Man dresses as tree, blocks traffic in year’s worst Halloween costume

Cops told him to ‘make like a tree and… oh, never mind.’

On Oct 25, 2016 by Miles Klee

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Man posts ‘Blacks Rifles Matter’ sign on his lawn—and tourists aren’t happy

He also claims the Black Lives Matter movement should be ‘flattered.’

On Sep 13, 2016 by Jaya Saxena

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