For more than three decades, Wisconsin has operated a health insurance program for state workers that offers a wide choice of insurance plans and doctors.
Americans are embracing the idea that we should expand Social Security. A movement started by a few progressive activists spread to opinion makers and ultimately to presidential candidates such as U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont.
“Star Wars” might be big at the box office, but drone wars are cropping up all over the country, including Wisconsin.
The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the cheese — that is, unless it already has been stolen.
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WASHINGTON — The reigning idiocy of the current political season is the incessant tossing around of “establishment,” an epithet now descending into meaninglessness.
The support that Bernie Sanders is grabbing must be giving the Democratic establishment heartburn.
No one should deny that Wisconsin has a drinking problem.
A group of church friends just held a town hall meeting in Brunswick, Georgia. Their purpose is embodied in their name: Justice For Caroline Small.
South Korea ranks 121 out of 140 countries in labor-market flexibility, according to the World Economic Forum. As in Japan, South Korean workers expect lifetime employment, annual pay hikes and seniority-based promotion when they join a company.
If you attend a Republican presidential event on the campaign trail, you may come to wonder if you made a wrong turn and ended up in church. If you are not a believer — an evangelical Christian believer, that is — you may feel ever so slightly unwelcome.
OUR VIEW: You can't snub voters in such a fundamental way and expect to win their favor
URBANA, Ohio — As a former UW-Madison athlete, I know the positive impact sports can have on a young person’s development.
The campaigns will be eager to tell you the meaning of Ted Cruz’s victory and the virtual tie between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders in Iowa Monday night, but the larger significance of this election has been clear for months: The two major parties are paper tigers.
The campaign buses are gone. So, too, are the national news crews. Monday’s 2016 Iowa caucuses are history. And now we’re left to digest a wild evening.
Ted Cruz, the angry (or mad) tea party favorite, defeated the New York billionaire Donald Trump in the Iowa caucus, despite recent polls showing Trump with the lead.
He visited all 99 counties, engaging more caucus-goers in intimate, unscripted settings
There is a new "Jimmy the Groundhog" after last year's groundhog bit the mayor of Sun Prairie.
The last six months have been a roller coaster for Wisconsin’s open records law. After the Legislature’s failed attack on the law over the Independence Day holiday, August brought a new threat.
“Astronomers at the California Institute of Technology announced Wednesday that they have found new evidence of a giant icy planet lurking in the darkness of our solar system far beyond the orbit of Pluto. They are calling it Planet Nine.”
It’s no secret that America’s immigration system is a confused and disorderly mess. Now the U.S. Supreme Court has a chance to inject a needed dose of clarity into the picture by upholding President Obama’s priorities on who stays and who goes.
“A lie can get halfway around the world while the truth is still putting on its shoes.”