In its first public hearing, House GOPers largely support Republican-backed Obamacare replacement
The head of the Rhode Island State Police lashed out at Curt Schilling for “questioning the integrity” of her agency.
The program gives money to victims and witnesses of violent crimes, such as rape or murder.
According to Providence Democratic Rep. Moira Walsh, some lawmakers have “file cabinets full of booze.”
Democratic Sen. Josh Miller, who says it would make more people uninsured and the health system more expensive.
A trial is scheduled to begin in mid-May over the notoriously long-delayed effort to replace the DMV’s computer system.
State Representative Julie Casimiro has introduced a bill to make it easier for the state to notify Rhode Islanders that they have unclaimed…
President Trump signed a revised version of his controversial travel ban Monday.
Pence said that by publishing the personal AOL address of his wife, Karen, the AP “violated her privacy and our security.”
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Proposed measure follows an investigation by Target 12 that found six sex offenders living in three local motels.
The report was requested by House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello.
URI President Dr. David Dooley on the free college tuition plan, plus a political roundtable on the latest with President Trump.
Vice President Mike Pence used a private email account to conduct public business as Indiana’s governor, according to public records obtaine…
“I feel I should not be involved in investigating a campaign I had a role in,” he said.
Under the UHIP system launched in September, some providers say they are having trouble paying their vendors and making payroll.
The Attorney General’s concerns over health care, immigration, and other topics were not alleviated, though, he said.
Caroline Kennedy and her son, Jack Schlossberg, will present Obama with the award May 7 at the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Muse…
The Republican House speaker’s brief visit to the state included a meeting with CVS executives and a political fundraiser.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions rejected any suggestion that he had tried to mislead anyone about his contacts with the Russian ambassador.
The documents do not include records that eventually went before a grand jury.
Fung said a total of eight irregularities were discovered, including two non-US citizens who allegedly registered and voted in Cranston.
Sessions replied that he had not had communication with the Russians.
Ryan’s office says he’ll be meeting with supporters and will attend several events.
The House voted unanimously Wednesday to approve legislation seeking release of 38 Studios investigation records.