As we close out Black History Month, it is disheartening to think of how many of the old racial fights remain or have resurfaced.
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The Republican bench is young and talented, deep and hungry. Donald Trump will not be the party’s nominee in 2024.
U.S. should heed his example and hold China accountable for human rights abuses.
The loss of the passenger pigeon isn’t just history. Even seemingly robust natural resources can prove to be fragile.
The Driftless region and its residents are being buffeted by several landscape-scale projects that have divided neighbors and ignited citizen and environmental groups.
We are right in the middle of two “wars” – one the biggest public health battle in the history of the state, the other a deep fiscal crisis for the state and therefore for the university, too. Tommy is fully engaged in both monumental crises. It’s just not a good time to bring in a newcomer.
On Saturday morning the Democratic-led House passed the American Rescue Plan (ARP) 219-212 along party lines.
Rick Esenberg and Daniel Lennington: Evers’ COVID-19 executive orders have highlighted flaws in Wisconsin...
The time is now to reform Wisconsin’s antiquated emergency-powers laws and provide meaningful protections for our basic freedoms.
Pocan called out the cruelty and extremism that was on display during the debate over the Equality Act.
Every American should have confidence that their vote matters and is counted. Right now, there are many Americans, and many Wisconsinites, who do not believe this.
Like our own Ron Johnson, Graham has become unhinged and nothing short of farcical in his allegiance to Trump and his cult.
Excessive loan forgiveness will undoubtedly drive up the cost of college even more and force more people to borrow against their future with federal loans.
One Biden he can start to restore the foundations of democracy is to grant pardons to deserving people.
There are now four buildings on Mount Pleasant campus. But what exactly are they for?