The Coventry Republican discusses why he’s running against U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse in the 2018 election.
PawSox Chairman Larry Lucchino discusses the team’s plan to build a new stadium in Pawtucket.
The mayor discusses the latest scandal at City Hall, “Crimetown,” his budget, a controversial police-profiling ordinance and more.
The representative from Massachusetts’ 4th District reacts to passage of a GOP health care bill in the House and its potential impact.
The state’s top election official breaks down a report calling for changes to the voting process; plus, a discussion on Providence politics.
R.I. Senate President Dominick Ruggerio and Majority Leader Michael McCaffrey discuss car taxes, free college tuition, marijuana legalizatio…
A political roundtable discusses recent polling results and looks ahead to Campaign 2018.
The two party leaders offer their views on free tuition, Governor Raimondo’s political future and more.
Congressman David Cicilline on the Russia investigation, Obamacare, sanctuary cities and more.
A political roundtable discusses the transition of power in the Rhode Island senate.
Pawtucket Mayor Don Grebien on the latest with McCoy stadium, then the head of the state’s veterans affairs.
The leader of the house Republican caucus weighs discusses policy and politics on Newsmakers.
URI President Dr. David Dooley on the free college tuition plan, plus a political roundtable on the latest with President Trump.
Rhode Island’s senior senator weighs in on President Donald Trump’s first month as well as foreign and domestic policy matters.
Experts weigh in on the first month of the Trump administration with a particular focus on Russia.
Attorney General Peter Kilmartin discusses why he does not want to release the documents from the 38 Studios criminal investigation.
The governor discusses 38 Studios, her plan for free college, Trump’s first moves, corruption in Rhode Island and more.
The state’s top federal prosecutor discusses another former lawmaker being charged and what the Trump administration means for his office.
Senate President M. Teresa Paiva Weed discusses the new state budget and President Donald Trump.
The House’s top two Democrats discuss their priorities for the 2017 General Assembly session that began this week.
In a year-end interview at the State House, the first-time Democrat reflects on 2016 and looks ahead to 2017.
Rhode Island’s Roman Catholic bishop discusses the state of the church locally and globally.
The second-term Democratic senator discusses the incoming Trump administration and his political future.
Two freshman lawmakers talk about why they ran and what they hope to get done in the General Assembly.
The head of Twin River updates the plans for a casino in Tiverton.