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We are hopeful that Wisconsin will be the first state to require an independent investigation of officer-involved deaths.
The two potential presidential contenders aren't offering any details but say they'll have something this month.
I remain unsettled, even angry, for having arrested so many young people and put them in jail. That’s not right. It is time to fix the system.
Dear Editor: In the afterglow of the enrollment period for the health care exchanges, the Affordable Care Act remains embroiled in stormy seas of discontent, whipped up by Republican vitriol a…
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
If the Madison Metropolitan School District wants its new code to succeed, it should open the system to advocacy, Jeff Spitzer-Resnick says.
"Banning the box" will help address the widening racial income gap in Dane County, Madison's mayor maintains.
Magnuson, 72, is a UW-Madison graduate who now runs the James A. Michener Center for Writers at the University of Texas.
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
An AP photographer who was murdered in Afghanistan is the latest journalist to be killed. Journalists should not be killed or imprisoned for doing their job.
Kudos are due to John Nichols, David Maraniss, Tom Lyon and Rocco Landesman.
Dear Editor: The anticipated opening of the Sauk Prairie Recreation Area to the public from April 12 to May 27 is exciting news; however, we have one word of caution.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) — Former Connecticut governor Rowland indicted in alleged schemes to hide role in 2 campaigns.
Monsoon Siam is set to open at the end of May.
Organizers of the dinner include Michael Johnson and Ed Hughes, who hope to bring people together with food and build community.
Our daily afternoon roundup of the best stuff on captimes.com and beyond.
All officials should meet the Mike Ellis Standard of stating unequivocally that they did not create a super PAC, coordinate with one, or solicit money for one.
The busy corridor is due for a complete overhaul in 2015-2016 and some want to make it less car-friendly.
As a POW, John McCain was starved and beaten, but found solitary confinement to be worse. It destroys people. Surely we can find more humane ways to deal with inmates.
Jay Heck, a longtime advocate of campaign finance reform, reacts to a video showing Mike Ellis, one of his longtime allies, plotting to set up an independent group to attack his opponent.