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When Donald John Trump was inaugurated, Americans hoped for the best. However, Donald Trump's business and public record of being a charlatan, an adulterer, an embellisher, a serial user of bankruptcy protection against creditors, and an impetuous and more
To the Editor: I am writing in reply to legislation proposed by Rhode Island State Senators Frank Ciccone and Hanna Gallo to impose a blatantly unconstitutional new Rhode Island sin tax upon online adult entertainment. Am I safe in guessing that neither more
By REP. K. JOSEPH SHEKARCKI The fact that Boston is on the short list" for the new Amazon headquarters raises the following question for Rhode Island - how can we prepare to benefit if the company does land an hour north of us? This is not a new" more
Any time we catch wind of a truly bipartisan effort in politics, we think it is important to highlight and recognize it. Politics, after all, should revolve around the compromises attained by people who have otherwise differing points of view on the more
By JEN COWART For nearly five decades he has been a greeter and seater of guests visiting the famed Cranston establishment known for its good food and good service, Twin Oaks. Last Thursday, however, Phil Caliri worked his last shift. It proved to be an more
To the Editor: America seems to be at some kind of crossroad. The element researchers identify as a unifying feature of Trump voters is race. This was even more important than the abortion issues. The trouble is that the word race" means nothing. It was" more
By ETHAN HARTLEY -- RIDE Commissioner Ken Wagner was measured in his response to how RIDE is reacting to a wave of activism - primarily from students - which is now demanding for more legislation to curb gun violence and ensure students feel safer while in class. more
By JOHN HOWELL -- A daunting lineup was seated in the front of the room to discuss the ongoing fight against overdoses and how to improve treatment in the state. more
By PEDER SCHAEFER In a Providence Journal story last Thursday, prospective U.S. Senate candidate Lincoln Chafee was painted as a man enamored with Vladimir Putin and a brilliant" 2007 speech he made on the nature of global power. When the Warwick Beacon" more
The Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE) has launched two student design contests, giving students the opportunity to make a mark on Rhode Island education. High school students with relevant computer science experience are eligible to compete to more
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