(Reuters) - Rhode Island remains on track to make a $2.5 million interest payment next year on bonds that were used to finance the facilities of 38 Studios, a now-bankrupt videogame company founded by former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling. Full story
Melissa Harris-Perry talks to Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chaffee about the House vote in favor of gay marriage in his state Thursday.
Gov. Lincoln Chafee, I-R.I., explains his decision to sign into law same-sex marriage equality in Rhode Island.
In his “Now We Know” segment, Steve Kornacki talks about the more than 340 people who died when a building housing garment factories collapsed in Bangladesh.
Reverend Al Sharpton shares the story of Heather Abbott, who lost half of her left leg in the Boston bombing, and her powerful story of healing and hope.
NBC’s Ron Mott joins Lester Holt with an updates on the blizzard’s aftermath in Rhode Island.
The Rhode Island statehouse is seen from the highway in Providence, Rhode Island November 17, 2009. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
PROVIDENCE, RI - MAY 26: In this handout photo provided by Brown University, actor/director Ben Affleck receives an honorary Doctor of Fine Arts degree from Brown University at the 245th Commencement ceremony on May 26, 2013 in Providence, Rhode Island.
Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee is thanked by supporters after the Marriage Equality Act was signed into law as people gather to celebrate at Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, Rhode Island, May 2, 2013. Rhode Island became the 10th U.S. state to extend marriage rights to same-sex couples.
Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee hands the Marriage Equality Act to Speaker Gordon Fox at the State House in Providence, Rhode Island, May 2, 2013. Rhode Island became the 10th U.S. state to extend marriage rights to same-sex couples. REUTERS/Jessica Rinaldi (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SOCI