A new state report summarizes how the COVID-19 pandemic has decimated Wisconsin's economy.
They need to follow the rules like everyone else, but abusing antitrust law to clobber them for electoral gain won't end well for anyone.
State leaders should quickly restore and return his statue to the Capitol grounds in Madison, where it had stood for nearly a century before vandals tore it down last month.
In an unprecedented and, frankly, shocking April 10 statement, the White House said the "VOA too often speaks for America's adversaries—not its citizens."
By a 5-4 vote, the court ruled in a case from Montana that if a state provides a tax break that benefits students at a secular private school, it must include private religious schools as well.
Let's be clear: The reason the nation is experiencing significant increases in COVID-19 cases is not just because we're testing more people.
Censoring the president of the United States, even by a non-governmental entity enforcing its own rules of civility, is fraught with potential for collateral damage.
Students are already behind where they are supposed to be. When September comes, schools need to physically reopen and welcome students back in.
The state Department of Public Instruction stands with the students, families, educators, districts, schools, and other organizations to denounce racism, violence against black people, discrimination and exclusion of all forms.
The coronavirus pandemic is exposing the lie that professional sports leagues put the health and safety of their players before the teams' bottom line.
Democrats apparently care more about using the issue to energize their base on Election Day than working with Republicans to enact police reform.
As a nation, we may be ready to let go of monuments to our past divisions, but there's no erasing history if we hope not to repeat it.
Elkhorn City Council, now is your chance. You have the rare opportunity to both learn from your mistakes and make it right.
An overwhelming majority of Americans, including Republicans, believe the government should leave the Dreamers alone and craft a path to citizenship.
Two studies of Wisconsin taxable sales during the height of the COVID-19 lockdown of schools, businesses and non-emergency industries reached intriguing conclusions.
Trump's eventual rejection by the electorate (if it comes) will be due to his own conscious choices in the face of challenge.
We could agree to live with one another as individuals under the broader rubric of rights. If we don't, we won't be living with one another at all.
The Supreme Court took a huge step to establish full equality for people who have long been subject to cruel mistreatment.
If you take a knee during the national anthem, you are not protesting racism in your country, you are protesting your country.
Among the many consequences of our COVID-19 economy is the likely closing of dozens of Catholic schools that serve minority students in vulnerable, underserved communities.