Officials say they’re examining “false claims for payment for services and/or false statements in support of such payments.”
There have been 1,119 bills introduced in the state House of Representatives, and 777 in the Senate, since the session began in January.
Disclosing his income tax bill for the first time, Sheldon Whitehouse said he and his wife paid $121,162 in 2015.
Sen. James Timilty, D-Walpole, is leaving the Legislature to become the treasurer of Norfolk County.
Your inside scoop on RI politics, including Raimondo’s raising approval rating, free college, hospital changes and more.
Rep. Bobby Nardolillo is expected to formally announce his campaign next month while potentially waiting in the wings is another Republican.
A group of Providence business owners is backing the plan to pay for two years of tuition at public colleges for Rhode Island residents.
A political roundtable discusses recent polling results and looks ahead to Campaign 2018.
The “Right to Try” bill passed in the Rhode Island House and heads to the Senate.
The question of whether students should stay home on the Christian calendar’s most somber day has been controversial.
House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello introduced a bill Thursday on Gov. Gina Raimondo’s behalf.
The senator has already faced criticism from one of his possible 2018 opponents for refusing to release his returns in the past.
President Donald Trump hasn’t been in the White House for 100 days, yet he’s already reversed himself on many of his key campaign promises.
One of the people Trump hired for the White House was working as a foreign agent while advising him during the election.
The bill that passed unanimously would impose a $100 fine for drivers who use a handheld device while their vehicle is in motion.
The survey also showed more voters favor the governor’s plan to reduce the car tax than the speaker’s plan to eliminate it.
Supporters hoped Tuesday’s meeting could change that, but many still remain conflicted over the issue.
A State Senate Committee will be holding a hearing later today, on a bill that would require all employers to provide their workers with ear…
Spicer, a Barrington native, apologized Tuesday, saying he “mistakenly made an inappropriate and insensitive reference to the Holocaust.”
The White House Press Secretary was attempting to discuss the horror of the chemical weapons attack last week in Syria.
Top lawmakers in the state remain conflicted with some for and other against legalizing it.
The poll also showed more than half of voters approve of the jobs being done by U.S. Sens. Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse.
Rep. Kenneth Mendonca says raising the minimum wage for all workers could discourage employers from hiring teenagers.
Your weekly briefing on RI politics tackles free tuition, Raimondo’s re-election fight, Trump’s Syria strikes and more.
The two party leaders offer their views on free tuition, Governor Raimondo’s political future and more.