Infrastructure bank chairwoman Merrill Sherman and a preview of the presidential debate.
Rhode Island native and national political strategist Tad Devine
New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell and Rhode Island State Rep. Mike Chippendale.
Joe Paolino Jr., Frank Caprio Sr. and Richard Weiner reminisce; Dawson Hodgson calls for documents to be released.
Dept. of Revenue Director Robert Hull on state income tax returns, and the latest on the Carnevale residency saga with the head of Common Ca…
State Rep. Brian Newberry, R-North Smithfield, explains why he no longer wants to be House Minority Leader, but still seeking reelection.
A discussion on local and national politics.
Roberts offers updates on UHIP, opioids and more; Liz Boardman, John Howell and Tom Ward discuss big local headlines.
The Republican National Committee’s chief strategist, a Rhode Island native, shares his take on Donald Trump and state politics.
New Bedford’s new police chief on priorities for his administration and a state lawmaker breaks down the end of the RI legislative session.
Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor on ProvPort, tax incentives, GE and the Superman building.
Governor Gina Raimondo on GE, the budget and more.
RI Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea discusses proposed new lobby laws in the wake of 38 Studios.
Lawmakers discuss Speaker Mattiello’s fight with The Journal; the commander of the R.I. National Guard on Memorial Day.
The state’s top prosecutor on corruption cases, 38 Studios, and public records battles.
R.I. House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello discusses the Gallison probe and Ethics Commission.
A conversation with Reps. Daniel Reilly, R-Portsmouth, and Blake Filippi, I-Block Island, as well as Common Cause Rhode Island’s John Marion…
Treasurer Magaziner discusses the tough year for the RI pension fund, and a one-on-one with Sen. Bernie Sanders.
An Eyewitness News political roundtable breaks down the latest in the presidential race and local politics.
Rhode Island U.S. Attorney Peter Neronha discusses an inmate reentry program and other topics.
Mayor Elorza reacts to a bleak economic study on Providence.