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I serve as the ranking member of the Senate Economic Development Committee, which recently completed a series of listening sessions around the state. We heard from local business leaders, economic development professionals, educators and others.
CHARLOTTE, North Carolina — Few things are sadder than a food bank practically hollowed out before Thanksgiving. But at the Camino Pantry, the shelves were just temporarily bare until the arrival of a shipment of turkeys and maybe a few other holiday miracles.
The Green Bay Packers take on the Chicago Bears Thanksgiving night at Lambeau field. The Packers will also be retiring Brett Favre's jersey number.
A little over a year ago, when Ben Carson was gearing up to run for president, I questioned if he was ready for what lay ahead. We now have our answer: No.
Wisconsin’s crumbling highways and low-paying jobs should be high on policymakers’ agendas as they evaluate how to improve the state’s economy.
Officially, there is not yet an established link between the massacre at the Radisson Blu in Mali on Friday and the attacks in Paris a week earlier. But news of another painful death toll at the hands of suspected Islamist gunmen caused the world to grieve anew and added even more urgency to…
The recent protests by college students across the country are mostly about racial insensitivity and charges of discrimination and mistreatment on campuses today.
How should the United States respond to Islamic State attacks in Paris?
Ever since the arrival of Europeans some 500 years ago on this continent, American Indians have had little to be thankful for. But in recent decades, a revitalization in Indian country has occurred.
“Let’s stop worrying about people’s rights.”
It’s a wretched yet predictable ritual after each new terrorist attack: Certain politicians and government officials waste no time exploiting the tragedy for their own ends. The remarks last week by John Brennan, the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, took that to a new and disgrac…
OUR VIEW: Wisconsin’s improving economy can absorb a higher rate — but not $15 an hour
Republicans are critical of President Barack Obama's foreign policy skills, but two people with no foreign policy credentials, Ben Carson and Donald Trump, are leading in the race to become the next Republican nominee.
“I have two tickets three rows from the floor,” shouted an aging Badgers basketball fan Tuesday night at Wando’s Bar & Grill in Madison before the game.
This State Journal editorial ran on Nov. 26, 1855, four months before Gov. William Barstow, a Democrat, resigned from office because of fraudulent ballots:
GREEN BAY — Electric vehicles are among the most promising of green technologies, offering cleaner air and lower greenhouse gas emissions than those produced with gasoline-powered vehicles.
PRAIRIE DU CHIEN — “Hey, John, how ya doing?” I ask a friend I meet along a hiking trail.
Defenders of a Texas law that restricts abortion clinics say its main purpose is to protect women’s health. So far, however, it has mainly undermined their safety.
America and its allies must fight Islamic extremism without dividing along religious lines
The extent to which politics has changed in the wake of the Paris attacks can be seen in the confidence with which the prime minister is now talking about a “comprehensive strategy” to win Parliament’s support for air strikes against IS in Syria.
The Badgers will take on Northwestern Saturday for the final home game of the season at Camp Randall.