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Dear Editor: Amid all the backlash and negative national attention that Argonne is garnering for the coyote-killing contest there, the state should seriously contemplate making this year the contest's last.
Budget cuts, tenure controversy are making campus faculty a target of recruitment by universities near and far.
Democrats are searching for a synthesis between reform and revolution.
Dear Editor: I believe Jessie Opoien's analysis on why neither Ron Johnson nor Russ Feingold has endorsed in the presidential primary races was astute and well thought out. Though if we are going to look into tea leaves, a very…
The bill passed a Senate committee last month, and is available for scheduling in both chambers of the Legislature.
Dear Editor: A Cap Times editorial said that Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., should reject a false attack on former Sen. Russ Feingold, D-Wis. But it's time to jump off the Republican and Democrat bandwagons. Both parties have been bought by…
The Donald campaign argues Bradley is coordinating with outside groups, while a group supporting Bradley says no coordination is taking place.
State Debate: State has obligation to educate citizens about new voter ID law, argues the Racine Journal Times
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Wisconsin voters would be able to register online under a bill approved Wednesday by the Senate's elections committee.
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
Dear Editor: Dave Zweifel says the Mideast is nothing but trouble for the Western world. Just wondering: What do you suppose the Mideastern world say if we asked them how they feel about the Western world? How far back do…
The 2010 definition of “transitory records” is still in place, meaning that some correspondence may be deleted. The Public Records Board is planning to revisit this policy.
The governor's approval rating among Wisconsin voters hasn't touched 40 percent since he ended his presidential campaign in September.
Minnesota's governor wants to allow students to refinance their loans. Wisconsin's Scott Walker offered a plan that won't help nearly as much.