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As Sunday's crash in Janesville suggests, helmets won’t save every motorcyclist involved in an accident. That’s why other motorists must be extra attentive.
Too often, law officers and victim advocates lack the power to prevent violence. These measures provide more tools for halting abusers bent on acting out.
Obama is trying to stoke a robust midterm turnout from liberal Democrats, and he knows they’re more likely to stay home if he said yes to an oil project that they hate.
The headlines were inevitable—“Grandma Hillary”—followed by the similarly crucial question: Will being a grandmother help or hurt Hillary Clinton's chances in 2016?
The Supreme Court is weighing whether politicians are entitled to their own truth. No wonder a recent Rasmussen poll measured a puny 6 percent approval rating for Congress.
Mark my words: Next time you catch some standard being lowered, you too will shake your head and note that nothing is sacred anymore.
Instead of opposing the right of parents to decide what is best for their children, Mary Burke needs to put aside political games and focus on how she can support working families.
The amphitheater would bolster downtown Janesville’s efforts to become an entertainment district that attracts not just local audiences but people far and wide.
Tyler’s addiction didn’t start with heroin. His spiral started in high school with marijuana and then prescription drugs. Sadly, Tyler’s story is far too common across Wisconsin.
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