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We should all be grateful that President Obama is not taking George W. Bush's "fire, ready, aim" approach on Mideast problems.
Critics of Soglin's decision to cut organic recycling program to make their case Wednesday afternoon
The city's Board of Estimates will meet at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday to discuss Mayor Soglin's capital budget.
Coates, author of "The Case for Reparations," will speak in Madison in April.
Dear Editor: CVS Caremark pharmacies recently announced their decision to go tobacco-free in their stores on Sept. 3 — a full month ahead of their originally planned Oct. 1 implementation date…
New computerized mapping technologies have allowed politicians to pick their voters with astonishing precision.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Despite evidence that the mine has damaged a nearby stream, the DNR didn't require a permit and, therefore, the mining company was found to be not in violation of environmental standards.
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
African-Americans in Madison need to openly discuss what we do to sabotage our own cultural advancement.
The "Race for Results" report shows that white Wisconsin kids tied with California for 10th in well-being, but the state’s African-American kids ranked dead last, finishing behind Mississippi.
The former Badgers great and 1980 Olympian was connected to the game at many levels.
A bipartisan group of senators, led by Tammy Baldwin, is calling for a moratorium on Postal Service cuts while sound reforms are made. Progressives should support it.
Dear Editor: While Americans were busy washing their hands of our war crimes in Iraq, Shia militias, under the direction of our guy, Nouri al-Malaki, were assaulting Sunni neighborhoods and sl…
The public-private economic development agency, put in place when Gov. Scott Walker took office, continues to generate the wrong kind of headlines.
Our daily afternoon roundup of the best stuff on captimes.com and beyond.
Dear Editor: The developer of the Kettle Park West project in Stoughton is asking the city to create a TIF district, and have the city pay for more than $5 million of the development cost. Thi…
If Ferguson is to be remembered as the start of a movement, the responsibility lies with all of us.
Carapia is one of a number of artists who will show his work at the 2nd annual Latino Art Fair at the Central Library on Wednesday.
JANESVILLE, Wis. (AP) — A Wisconsin mother whose children police said were beaten until they were bloody and unconscious called the abuser's one-year sentence a "complete failure of the justic…
New estimates show looming deficit as GOP and Dems trade volleys.