A judge dismissed a watchdog group’s claims that a panel researching the possible impeachment of Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Janet Protasiewicz violated the state’s open meeting laws.
Yes. On the day of a march in Madison, Republican U.S. Rep. Derrick Van Orden of western Wisconsin said Nazis “have no place” on Earth.
Yes. Research has linked use of the video-sharing platform TikTok with anxiety, depression and suicide.
No. Recent polling shows around 60% of Americans believe President Joe Biden fairly won the 2020 presidential election.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has been using an alternative state email account under the name of a late Hall of Fame baseball player as a security measure, his spokesperson said Monday.
Democrats urged the Wisconsin Supreme Court to overturn Republican-drawn legislative maps, with conservative justices questioning the timing of the redistricting challenge.
Democratic lawmakers who represent urban areas like Milwaukee regularly make the case for more state funding for mass transit like buses and passenger rail, but they have served in the minority since 2010.
Wisconsin’s gerrymandering case has garnered national attention. But a little-explored aspect of the suit — the pervasive presence of “Swiss cheese” districts — could have huge ramifications for the outcome.
No. Wisconsin taxes won’t increase to pay for improvements to American Family Field, home of the Milwaukee Brewers, under newly approved legislation.
Liberal-leaning suburban moms are organizing for Democratic candidates as well as gun control, reproductive rights and democracy, and they’re starting on their phones.
The Biden administration has called the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s farm conservation programs a “linchpin” in the nation’s climate strategy, yet they remain vastly underfunded.
Advocates and lawmakers say utilities need to find different ways to deal with coal plant debt — and stop making a profit off it.