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Only Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is advocating political, economic and social revolution in America. He knows America is broken and needs massive fixes.
If H.R. 1599 becomes law, U.S. consumers will be deprived of basic information about the content of their food.
Dear Editor: If I understand correctly, the latest clarification on the Judge Doyle Square plans as described in a Cap Times article Aug. 21 would have Exact Sciences leasing between 324 and 3…
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The Democratic Party of Wisconsin is one of four state parties that has committed to joint fundraising agreements with Hillary Clinton's campaign, the New York Times reported on Tuesday.
This year’s lineup seems especially strong, including appearances from former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, children’s novelist Kevin Henkes, and acclaimed novelists Adam Johnson, Matthew Thom…
Dear Editor: Interesting that Scott Walker has to hearken back (way back) to his high school days to find something of which he can be proud, from which he learned lessons he finds useful now …
The head of Gov. Scott Walker's flagship jobs agency will leave his post at the end of September, after about three years.
"This little light of mine, I'm gonna' let it shine! Let it shine, let it shine, let it shine."
Dear Editor: In a recent column, Paul Fanlund noted that Scott Walker’s debate performance was “widely assessed as mediocre.” And he cited the near-precipitous drop in Walker’s recent poll numbers.
Alt-country group Houndmouth and singer-songwriter Mason Jennings are among recently announced acts coming to Madison.
Scott Walker Watch: Scott Walker's nonsensical China statement reveals one of his biggest weaknesses
With Scott Walker now an official presidential candidate, the national media are following his every move. Here's a look at some of the articles written about him over the past 24 hours.
A Beltline ad campaign will run each year during the early fall to target rush hour drivers. Applications are due Nov. 2.
Everett Mitchell, UW director of community relations, called shoplifting prosecutions a "justification to start engaging in aggressive police practices."
The tap list, as long as a Game of Thrones novel with as many characters, is at the heart of HopCat’s attraction, and also its split personality.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
Madison's finance committee accepted the revised development agreement Monday evening, forwarding it to the City Council.