Raemisch says he felt compelled to seek the job because of the murder of his predecessor.
The GOP's conservative base is finding success with abortion-restricting laws at the state and federal level, reports the New York Times.
Police say copper thefts are a continuing problem across Madison.
On Afghanistan, Congress is reasserting its role to check and balance the president. It should do the same with regard to Syria.
Brittingham Boats & Cafe opened officially this month on the shore of Monona Bay (701 W. Brittingham Place).
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A tea party billboard compares the Senate president to an oppressive Egyptian pharaoh.
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Ananda Mirilli, manager of YWCA Madison's restorative justice program, says that the punitive approach is likely to hit families of color harder.
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American Players Theatre had its official opening on Saturday with two fine productions, "Molly Sweeney" and "The Two Gentlemen of Verona."
Gallup's most recent poll has the Wisconsin congressman and former VP candidate ahead with most Republicans, but Chris Christie leads among al…
A National Journal article contends Walker may have what it takes to rise to the top of the Republican presidential heap for 2016.
If next year’s election devolves into the small-ball politics of left-right division, Democrats will likely lose again, but there is another path.
Legislators' claims that raising allowed campaign contributions will cut special-interest spending are ridiculous.
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