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Every four years, the Democratic Party gathers together to nominate a candidate for President and unify around a single party platform, here’s how it works....

A Brief Guide to the DNC

Every four years, the Democratic Party gathers together to nominate a candidate for President and unify around a single party platform, here’s how it works....

The Rhode Island government recently signed RhodeWorks, a new initiative to repair over 600 bridges and roads in Rhode Island by investing in transportation infrastructure, into law. While the plan’s main source of funding, tolling large trucks, wa...

BPR Media Spotlight: Rhode Island Infrastructure

The Rhode Island government recently signed RhodeWorks, a new initiative to repair over 600 bridges and roads in Rhode Island by investing in transportation infrastructure, into law. While the plan’s main source of funding, tolling large trucks, wa...

With Ban Ki-Moon’s term coming to an end this year, learn more about the process to pick the next Secretary General of the United Nations with this update from the BPR Media Team. Video by Rachel Markell, Julie Pham, and Drew To...

Choosing the Next UN Secretary General

With Ban Ki-Moon’s term coming to an end this year, learn more about the process to pick the next Secretary General of the United Nations with this update from the BPR Media Team. Video by Rachel Markell, Julie Pham, and Drew To...

Martin Shkreli has received extensive coverage for raising the price of a medication for HIV overnight, but he’s only a symptom of a larger problem. Learn more about the high cost of pharmaceuticals in the US with this update from the BPR Media...

Beyond Martin Shkreli: Big Pharma Costs in the US

Martin Shkreli has received extensive coverage for raising the price of a medication for HIV overnight, but he’s only a symptom of a larger problem. Learn more about the high cost of pharmaceuticals in the US with this update from the BPR Media...

Since the global financial crisis of 2008, recovery in Europe has faced a series of challenges surrounding the use of the Euro, challenges felt acutely in Portugal and other Southern European nations. Learn more about the politics of economic recover...

Portugal and the Euro Crisis

Since the global financial crisis of 2008, recovery in Europe has faced a series of challenges surrounding the use of the Euro, challenges felt acutely in Portugal and other Southern European nations. Learn more about the politics of economic recover...

In July, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo signed into law legislation aimed at curbing racial profiling in law enforcement. Unsatisfied with the extent of the legislation, community organizations in Providence came together to create the Communi...

Policing Providence: The Community Safety Act

In July, Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo signed into law legislation aimed at curbing racial profiling in law enforcement. Unsatisfied with the extent of the legislation, community organizations in Providence came together to create the Communi...

Since the start of the Syrian civil war in 2011, over four million Syrians have fled their country, and the number of asylum seekers in Europe continues to rise rapidly.  This infographic is an introduction to how different countries are responding ...

Infographic: The Syrian Refugee Crisis

Since the start of the Syrian civil war in 2011, over four million Syrians have fled their country, and the number of asylum seekers in Europe continues to rise rapidly.  This infographic is an introduction to how different countries are responding ...