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Despite FCC ban, AI-powered deep fakes loom over elections

The Federal Communications Commission this month outlawed robocalls that use voices generated by artificial intelligence. The 1991 Telephone Consumer Protection Act bans artificial voices in...
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Five Questions With: Ken Block

5Q: Ken Block | Founder, Simpatico Software Systems 1. Why did you want to write the book “Disproven,” about your experience looking into Donald...
A RENDERING shows plans for a new B.F. Norton Elementary School in Cumberland. Voters in town on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a $52 million bond to build the new school. / COURTESY TOWN OF CUMBERLAND

7 R.I. communities approve school bond measures; N.K. voters say no

PROVIDENCE – Voters in seven local communities approved Tuesday approximately $867 million in bonds to finance new school building construction and renovations to existing...

Democrat Gabe Amo becomes R.I’s first Black candidate elected to Congress 

Democrat Gabe Amo defeated Republican Gerry Leonard to win Rhode Island's 1st Congressional District seat Tuesday, becoming the state's first Black candidate elected to...

First CD1 poll shows independent voters have power to influence election

Democrat Gabe Amo appears to have an 11-percentage-point lead over Republican Gerry Leonard Jr. in the 1st Congressional District race, but undecided, independent voters...

R.I. election panel opts not to delve back into Matos signature...

That was fast. After monthslong discussion of signature fraud on Lt. Gov. Sabina Matos’ congressional campaign nomination papers, a state elections panel put the controversy...

Report: R.I. GOP chairman urges shortening early-voting window

PROVIDENCE – The chairman of Rhode Island’s Republican Party is urging state leaders to shorten the 20-day in-person early-voting window, WPRI-TV CBS 12 reported...

Drama over snubs and no-shows hangs over CD1 debates 

Drama over debates in the 1st Congressional District race extends well beyond the confines of the stage.  Who gets invited – or snubbed – and...

Antisemitism, foreign policy, main focus of CD1 forum at Jewish Alliance

PROVIDENCE – The rise of antisemitic harassment and Israeli politics took center stage Tuesday night during a forum attended by Democratic candidates running for...

1st Congressional District candidate forum puts focus on promoting equity for...

PROVIDENCE – Candidates running in the September primary to represent Rhode Island’s 1st Congressional District got down to business Tuesday evening — literally. In a...
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