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Dear Editor: I was recently turned down for a job for failing to pass a urine test because I use cannabis to treat muscular dystrophy. Cannabis is legal in half the states in America for medic…
I’ve never seen a movie so carefully engineered to be an indie hit.
A daily roundup of interesting newspaper editorials and blog posts from around Madison and Wisconsin.
Violations of the state law regarding Statements of Economic Interests can bring civil and criminal penalties.
“The Farewell Party,” co-written and directed by Sharon Maymon and Tal Granit, is indeed a film about euthanasia that walks a high wire between laughs and tears.
The film is about an 83-year-old's first public art exhibit and so, so much more.
Your daily guide to what's happening in and around Madison.
As more candidates make their official entrances into the 2016 presidential field, an announcement from Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is likely still months away. Here are some guesses on where …
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
A handful of bars in Madison have been transformed and revived in recent years from being what many would call a dive into places with new décor and thoughtful food and drink offerings.
If influence-buying was not legalized by the Citizens United decision, then why hasn't Scott Walker been indicted like Sen. Bob Menendez?
The Wisconsin Assembly on Tuesday debated for nearly an hour before rejecting a Democratic resolution to preempt passage of Indiana-style "religious freedom" legislation.
Billionaire activist Tom Steyer takes his first shot at the presidential hopeful following action preventing state board from climate work.
Dear Editor: Pope Francis will address a joint session of the Republican-controlled Congress in September. He has indicated that he intends to focus on climate change and unregulated capitalis…
CLEVELAND (AP) — Carlos Carrasco's face was swollen. His jaw was sore. His head hurt.
Our daily afternoon roundup of the best stuff on captimes.com and beyond.
Dear Editor: I enjoyed reading Claire Tran's column, "Madison is not Ferguson - it's worse." Since they're connected, I thought I would share an excerpt from my blog post on Martin Niemoller a…
The film touches on larger ideas about identity and culture, and the aftermath of war.
About 100 protesters and students from all across Madison convened Tuesday in the middle of East Washington Avenue to protest police violence and the shooting of Tony Robinson.
Dear Editor: If we speculate that human nature exists on a continuum from very peaceful to very violent, we can illustrate this continuum on a scale of 100. If each individual is capable of oc…