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Following the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling that states cannot ban same-sex marriage, Assembly Democrats are proposing a bill to remove language from Wisconsin's ban from the state constitution.
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
The coach said he'll be on the bench for one more season after leading Wisconsin to back-to-back Final Four appearances.
A satirical website that appears to be The New York Times seems to have fooled a lot of people.
Meter or zone rate cab companies combined for 6.604 crashes per million miles driven in 2014, down 43 percent from 2010.
Assembly Republicans are pushing forward on their own with a package to revise Wisconsin's prevailing wage laws, and could do the same with the state budget.
Some ag groups are disingenuous in their outcry over the EPA's effort to clarify which waters are protected by the Clean Water Act.
Dear Editor: Gov. Scott Walker’s decision to sign two laws that eliminate Wisconsin’s 48-hour waiting period for handgun purchases and expand concealed carry on school grounds shows an appalli…
The team's fans ranked sixth in MLB in having the fewest errors in comments on the team's official website, Grammarly found.
Our daily afternoon roundup of the best stuff on captimes.com and beyond.
Dear Editor: Primary elections are the best elections. They offer a chance to vote from the heart rather than out of fear, to dream the impossible dream, to get outside of the box and claim a …
This week will be remembered as a stunning moment when our institutions converged to accelerate our long, steady movement toward an ever more inclusive equality.
Dear Editor: In response to a recent Cap Times editorial, I would counter that the pope is absolutely wrong on climate change. Furthermore, he solidifies his mantra of an anti-market pontiff —…
“Any time you get to talk about Chris Farley is a good day,” Farley’s “SNL” castmate Jay Mohr says in the trailer.
Sen. Bernie Sanders will appear at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Madison to push the fight for economic and political democracy.
Gov. Scott Walker is targeted in a graphic new ad launched by three liberal groups who say he's been the "worst governor in America" for the country's student debt problem.
Mondays through Fridays, Cap Times staffers share their pop culture fixations.
Congress has busily re-banned torture a number of times in recent years. Now it must drop that charade and instead demand that the attorney general enforce the anti-torture statute.
Dear Editor: Some of the suggestions for greater energy and resource conservation by UW-Madison are quite sound and deserve serious consideration, particularly cutting down on wasted energy. H…
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.