Fill in the caption with a clever quip by Wednesday and win publication of your line with the cartoon in next Sunday’s newspaper. You’ll also receive a signed print of the cartoon by artist Phil Hands.
Neighbors are upset about a day time homeless shelter that Dane County wants to create on East Washington Avenue.
EAU CLAIRE — Daily headlines shout the success or failure of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp., the state agency that strives to improve our economy with grants and loans to businesses. The articles always ask the same question: How many jobs were created?
Vladimir Putin is having a field day in the Middle East.
Thirteen weeks ago, Donald Trump shared with the Chicago Tribune Editorial Board an hour of his bombast, sarcasm and … good-natured charm. Trump was a delight. And if that verdict surprises you, come sit here, because it surprised us too.
The Badgers take on the Iowa Hawkeyes at Camp Randall to kick their Big Ten conference schedule.
Wisconsin consumers don’t need state “protection” from low prices at gas stations, supermarkets and department stores.
“Russia hits Assad’s foes, angering U.S.”
Republicans want to change the civil service system in Wisconsin, making it easier to lay off state employees won't don't perform well.
WASHINGTON — At this point Republicans may wish to consider aborting to protect the health of the party.
The supermoon was arriving as Pope Francis flew out of Philadelphia Sunday night. It was a spectacular end to an extraordinary visit by the pontiff who has charmed the world with his simple lifestyle and radical pronouncements.
The U.S. Postal Service has long been plagued by financial problems, and there is plenty of blame to go around. The Postal Service has not turned a profit since 2006, and has lost a total of $51.7 billion from 2007-14, according to a new Tax Foundation report.
Almost exactly seven years ago, House Speaker John Boehner said of the Wall Street bailout bill, “I think this thing is a crap sandwich” — but he’d vote for it anyway. I remarked at the time, “It’s crap sandwiches for as far as the eye can see” — and I was right.
State Journal editorial cartoonist Phil Hands and nationally syndicated cartoonist Leigh Rubin, who draws the Rubes comic strip, will share and talk about their work at 7 p.m. tonight at the Central Madison Public Library. The free event, “When Cartoon Worlds Collide,” will be held in the Bu…
This past summer, state Sen. Paul Farrow resigned from the Legislature to take a new job as county executive in Waukesha County.
CHICAGO — Having been resoundingly Trumped, Gov. Scott Walker wants a “positive conservative” to emerge in the Republican race for president.
Yogi Berra was right. You can observe a lot by watching.
Science, economics and even the Holy See have failed to persuade the U.S. Congress to tackle climate change. Now, perhaps an even more powerful influence may come to bear: the determination not to be outdone by China.
By the recent standards of Greek democracy, the recent parliamentary election lacked the usual drama. Membership in the eurozone was not at issue, as it seemed to be in July’s bailout referendum, and none of the leading parties were promoting Argentina-style economic cures, as the governing …