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What with trade wars, floods and other disruptions, this has been a tough year for America’s Midwestern farmers, especially those who grow corn. To make matters worse, the demand for ethanol, which consumes 40 percent of the nation’s corn, has flattened in recent years, mainly because we don…

Early in his administration, Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers was asked to produce a letter he’d gotten from departing Gov. Scott Walker, during the transition. He initially refused, claiming it was a “purely personal” communication outside of the reach of the state’s open records law.

On Milton School District disclosing that a group of students made an “offensive symbol” on a school’s gym floor: I hope the Milton School District takes this teaching opportunity to teach all of its students why the action was offensive, perhaps with a holocaust survivor or some other way t…

Americans will have more freedom of choice now that the Trump administration’s Department of Energy has set about undoing Obama-era regulations targeting incandescent light bulbs in favor of light-emitting diode bulbs. Trump critics are trying to raise the specter of consumer and planetary h…

While most of Washington was on vacation in August, lobbyists for doctors were busy placing ads attacking the recent effort in Congress to end “surprise medical bills”—the practice of slapping unsuspecting patients with huge out-of-pocket charges they couldn’t see coming. The blitz might be …

The imperious presidency of Donald J. Trump has assaulted the rule of law in America from every angle. Overshadowed by Russian meddling and political interference with law enforcement, Trump’s flagrant quest to profit from his office has received insufficient scrutiny.

Fall has arrived, and you know what that means. No, we’re not talking about raking the leaves or wearing scary costumes. It’s flu shot time. Will you get one? That’s our question for this week’s poll. Participate online at GazetteXtra.com. The results are not scientific.

I was trained as a journalist, and in my life’s work I’ve dealt regularly with news reporters and editors for well over 30 years. For longer than that, I’ve heard people complain bitterly about supposed media bias. In recent years the complaints have intensified and grown ugly, threatening t…

As climate change increasingly becomes a major issue in the Democratic presidential primary, more candidates are releasing detailed plans to deal with the crisis. But so far only two—Julian Castro and Beto O’Rourke—have connected the issue to immigration.

The number of Americans without health insurance rose last year, the Census Bureau reported Tuesday, and Democrats say this justifies more government control. Yet the reality is more complicated—in particular, note that having a Medicaid card is no guarantee of great medical care.