During a forum at a high school, a Rhode Island candidate for attorney general compared the term to an extreme racial epithet and called it "a curse to my people."
The Democrat-controlled Rhode Island state Senate agrees with President Donald Trump that harsher punishments are needed for drug dealers. Wrong!
Disastrous financial dealings and flirtations with fascism set the stage for his planned run for the presidency.
Street Musician Has First Amendment Right to Perform, Will Have Legal Bills Paid by City of Providence
Court rules city of Providence has to pay saxophonist Manuel Pombo's ACLU lawyers.
The state's new "revenge porn" measure is "so breathtakingly broad...that it criminalizes activity that involves neither revenge nor porn."
Bondholders Never Bothered to Vet Curt Schilling's 38 Studios' Finances Because They Knew Taxpayers Would Pay
Taxpayer-guaranteed loans (with interest) are always a safe bet for lenders.
The chief result of the stings-which involved Homeland Security and the FBI-was the arrest of 14 sex workers and 14 men seeking sex from undercover cops.
One powerful man's corruption and brutality
Currently polling at one percent
Former R.I. senator really hoping people still care about Clinton's Iraq War vote.
Decriminalization was the direct result of a lawsuit filed by sex workers in 1976.
Third year in a row marijuana legalization legislation has been introduced
Dismissed 128 tickets, offering refunds to others; police to give warnings not citations for illegal parking
Repayments of loans connected to Curt Schilling's failed video game also source of debate
Greenleaf Compassionate Care Center of Portsmouth became the state's second medical marijuana dispensary in June
This is what happens when you make possession and use of marijuana a "civil offense"
A compact between several states will award their electoral votes to the popular vote once they have enough to secure the election
Government's terrible record when it tries to pick winners and losers
Formerly a Republican, but currently independent
If they have regular contact with children
Lawmakers to give final nod today
Increases accountability and bans weapons
Ounce or less is a $150 fine
Sunil Tripathi was last seen March 15
Heads to the full House on Thursday
On track to begin enrollment in 10 months
Lawsuit also names for state economic development head
Rhode Island Police still investigating possible violations of state law