Wrapping up a weekend packed with discussions about important issues.
Perez touted the party's emphasis on data and organizational work headed into the 2020 presidential election at Memorial Union's Shannon Hall.
Catherine Rampell, Carol Leonnig and Alexandra Petri reflected on how their jobs as journalists have changed since Trump came to office.
A prevailing theme at a Cap Times Idea Fest panel on juvenile justice in Wisconsin was the distinction between reform and transformation.
Judy Faulkner gave a rare public address at Cap Times Idea Fest to mark Epic's 40th anniversary.
Johnson, the Oshkosh Republican who won re-election to the Senate in 2016 and currently stands as the sole Republican in Wisconsin holding statewide elected office.
Braverman discussed grace and generosity on the Iditarod trail with political columnist/podcast host Ana Marie Cox.
The Corner Table is a podcast about food and drink in Madison produced by The Capital Times. Lindsay Christians, Cap Times food editor, hosts.
“We have to start thinking about regional and metropolis wins," Urban League president and CEO Ruben Anthony said.
“I work in a restaurant,” said one panelist. “Why isn’t there just a transgender character who’s a bartender? Just normalize being transgender. Because it’s normal.”
An all-star panel of Washington Post journalists takes stock of the Trump era and the country’s political mood ahead of a pivotal presidential…