OUR VIEW: Keep it up, Wisconsin, and double down on social distancing to save lives
Evers can maintain the proper balance by addressing issues directly — and by communicating the message that locking down and staying at home w…
Loneliness was already an epidemic long before the novel coronavirus forced us inside
The novel coronavirus hasn’t stopped or delayed democracy in Wisconsin — nor should it.
We are confident that Evers can strike the proper balance. He can issue a lockdown order that is in sync with Wisconsin's values and needs.
OUR ENDORSEMENTS: Gomez Schmidt, Strong offer broad experience, involvement, stability
OUR VIEW: Be vigilant to avoid an Italy-type ordeal in the US
We are seeing examples of cooperation, coordination and public service. Local and state officials are rising to the occasion — as are the peop…
OUR VIEW: Broad support, modest cost, bigimpact for struggling families should
The withdrawal of Elizabeth Warren from the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination is a reminder that women who bring even the g…
OUR VIEW: Clear communication and sensible precautions are key to stopping COVID-19
OUR VIEW: A smaller Dane County Board would be more efficient, compelling and competitive
There were many poignant and profound responses to the horrific gun violence that took the lives of five workers at Milwaukee’s Molson Coors b…
“In what world does it make sense to approve almost a billion in taxpayer dollars for prisons rather than investing in Wisconsin students?” as…
The most frequent knock on Bernie Sanders’ bid for president is that he’s a socialist.
OUR VIEW: Final report on impact of fighter jets helps reinforce benefits and ease fears
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald want to repeat the failed policies of former Gov. Scott Walker.
OUR VIEW: The Senate is still sitting on 7 billsto prevent the misery of homelessness
Two of Madison's longtime community leaders passed away this past week.
OUR VIEW: Deterring repeat offenders will help, yet first-time drunken drivers kill more people