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U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz (mo-NEEZ') is coming to Rhode Island as part of the Obama administration's reassessment of the nation's energy strategy.
The Naval Undersea Warfare Center in Newport is preparing to formally inaugurate a facility that includes a massive tower designed to repair and certify periscopes, submarine communication systems, electronic warfare equipment as well as imaging and optical systems.
Rhode Island U.S. Sen. Jack Reed is adding his voice to calls for the military to reduce dependence on foreign suppliers, saying boosting domestic manufacturing will strengthen national security.
U.S. Sen. Jack Reed has been honored for his efforts to strengthen American ties with Portugal with one of the highest honors given by the Portuguese president.
A Warwick city worker is delaying the launch of his campaign against U.S. Sen. Jack Reed while he seeks a court injunction against a municipal ordinance that says he can't keep his job if he runs.
Rhode Island's senior U.S. senator is calling on Congress to approve a compromise that would extend federal jobless benefits to the long-term unemployed.
The first Republican to come forward to challenge Democratic U.S. Sen. Jack Reed is set to formally announce his candidacy.
Senate Democrats and Republicans both say they want to renew benefits for the long-term unemployed, but in their newest proposals the two sides are still far apart on details such as how to pay for an extension and how long it should last.
Rhode Island's senior U.S. senator has filed legislation that would extend emergency unemployment benefits for six months, retroactive to when the program expired last year.