Since January 2017 Gov. Scott Walker has traveled across the state with a lot of focus on western Wisconsin where swing voters could be a key to his re-election prospects in November.

 

On March 9, 2015, Wisconsin became the 25th state in the U.S. to enact a so-called right-to-work law, which prevents private-sector unions from making agreements with employers requiring all employees to pay union dues.

The Rustic Road program was established in 1973 to showcase roads with outstanding natural features such as rugged terrain, native vegetation, native wildlife and open areas with vistas. Wisconsin has 115 designated Rustic Roads spanning more than 665 miles and 59 counties.

The initial public offerings by Facebook and Twitter were two of the most highly anticipated coming-out parties in Wall Street history. But the IPO of Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba may prove the biggest ever.

Adrian Peterson's arrest capped a tumultuous week for the NFL, which was already facing heavy criticism for its handling of a domestic violence case involving former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice.

President Barack Obama most often uses televised addresses to the nation to update the American people on U.S. military actions, as he did Sept. 10 on the growing threat of the Islamic State militant group.

Thirteen years after terrorists decimated the World Trade Center, skyscrapers are once again rising on the site. This interactive overview of One World Trade Center features a time-lapse of the construction and video walk-throughs of several floors.