Chuck Hagel’s departure Monday has set off renewed speculation that Rhode Island’s senior senator could lead the Pentagon, but Reed has little reason to want the job.
Ted’s weekly news roundup tackles Fung’s bad week, Kennedy’s attack on Pell, who else is winning, veterans, depression and more.
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles the costly race for governor, Republican underdogs, whether CVS will go, jazz, student loans and more.
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles the feisty fight for lt. governor, Cianci, Raimondo’s TV hit on Taveras, Jack Reed’s sunscreen bill and more.
Frank Ferri, Dan McKee and Ralph Mollis aggressively defended the office they’re seeking while taking repeated shots at each other.
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles Caprio’s comeback, Cianci’s campaign cash, Clay Pell’s TV ads, RI’s economic problems and more.
Ted’s news roundup tackles Mattiello on tax hikes, CVS moving overseas, Karen MacBeth’s future, the GOP, Yawgoog and more.
Ted’s weekly roundup tackles all aspects of the Cianci comeback, why Fung and Magaziner are feeling confident, and much more.
Ted’s news roundup tackles Clay Pell’s new TV ad, Buddy Cianci’s plans, Mattiello’s success, Coventry’s “Crazy Curtain Lady” and more.
Bills that would put a hold on the state’s high school graduation policy and scale back teacher evaluations will be considered Friday.
The state wants to ban cities and towns from raising the minimum wage; the city wants voters to decide.
Ted’s weekend roundup tackles RI’s budget nightmare, why candidates attack, McCain’s friendship with Sen. Whitehouse and more.
Michael Solomon touts his work with Mayor Angel Taveras while Brett Smiley says he’s the “man with a plan.”
State lawmakers are seeking to ban cities and towns from changing the minimum wage, but the City Council wants voters to decide.
The Board of Education wanted $2.7 million to support school turnaround efforts in several communities.
Annuals report ranks all of the state’s 277 public schools based on performance factors.