Reed, Langevin Seek Mueller Testimony Following Special Counsel’s Redacted Report
WARWICK — Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian election meddling contradicts Attorney General William Barr’s summarizing claim that the report shows no attempt by President Donald Trump to obstruct […]
Warwick Rallies for Federal Workers During Shutdown
WARWICK, RI — A few days past the point of the longest federal government shutdown in U.S. history, Warwick neighbors rallied to aid families of government employees as the state’s […]
Whitehouse: Nation Reckons With Sexual Assault Survivors’ Stories
TO THE EDITOR: “The past few weeks have been doubly difficult,” she wrote. As a United States Senator, Rhode Islanders write to me every day weighing in on different policies […]
Warwick Mayoral Matchup: Handicapping the Solomon-Stenhouse Race
WARWICK, RI — Now that Primary Day 2018 is over, Warwick voters turn their attention to the Nov. 6 general election matchup between Democrat Mayor Joseph Solomon and Republican challenger […]
First Amendment, First Defense, First Casualty
Three days after America elected a new president in Donald J. Trump, notorious for insulting the service of war hero Sen. John McCain and threatening the First Amendment rights provided […]
Digit Spinner: Richard Corrente Fudges the Numbers Again
WARWICK, RI — Democratic mayoral candidate Richard Corrente is starting his second run for office where he left off last time: Trying to manipulate numbers. Just this week, the Warwick […]
School Committee Can’t Spin Bad Optics of Hiring PR Firm
Warwick, RI — When the going gets tough, the tough… hire a PR firm? That seems to be the modern twist to the old saying, as the Warwick School Department […]
RI Secretary of State Won’t Give Trump Panel Private Voter Information
President Donald Trump’s Advisory Commission on Election Integrity wants sensitive information about voters, including partial social security numbers, emailed to an insecure address, but RI Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea has refused to deliver private information.
‘Crimetown’ Podcast Gives New Form to Old Ideas
After 18 episodes, the popular Crimetown podcast recently wrapped its first season. Created by accomplished producers Marc Smerling and Zac Stuart-Pontier, Crimetown delved into stories that many Rhode Islanders will know all too well: The rise and fall of Buddy Cianci, the state’s history with the Mafia, the banking crisis, and the sense that Rhode Island has never really washed off the stink of corruption.
Kilmartin Joins AGs Urging Fourth Circuit to Uphold Ruling Against Second Muslim Ban
Rhode Island Attorney General Peter F. Kilmartin has again joined a coalition of seventeen states filing an amicus brief urging the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold the district court ruling that struck down President Donald Trump’s second travel ban as unconstitutionally directed at Muslims.
Serpa receives ‘Legislative Champion Award’ from RI Partnership for Home Care
Rhode Island Partnership for Home Care has honored Rep. Patricia Serpa (D-Dist. 27, West Warwick, Coventry, Warwick) with its 2017 Legislative Champion Award for her advocacy efforts that support home-based healthcare service delivery.