“This isn’t a conservative or Republican issue. It’s a right or wrong issue,” said former Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
Dear Editor: U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry, an evangelical, recently resurfaced the blasphemous propaganda that God wants Donald Trump to b…
Energy Secretary Rick Perry, the former Texas governor who is under scrutiny over his role in the Ukraine scandal, has told the president that he intends to leave his job soon.
Chippewa Falls-based supercomputer company Cray Inc. on Tuesday announced a large partnership that is expected to debut the world’s most powerful computer in 2021.
The Trump administration’s plans to subsidize coal and nuclear power could cost American consumers billions of dollars, and the cost could fall disproportionately on Midwestern ratepayers.
Wisconsin legislators seeking to restrict women's access to reproductive health care should read Lawrence Wright's piece in the New Yorker about the impact such policies have had on the women of Texas.
DNR secretary Cathy Stepp campaigned for Donald Trump but says she hadn't heard his denial of climate science or EPA plan.
President-elect Donald Trump has every right to select whomever he wants for his Cabinet and chief advisory positions. Some of his choices, ho…
Stories that are making the news today in Madison and around the state and country.
“Let no one be mistaken: Donald Trump’s candidacy is a cancer on conservatism, and it must be clearly diagnosed, excised and discarded,” forme…
Political observers say Walker's national standing has been diminished, at least in the short term, by his failed run for president.
Religious activists in the Republican Party, bolstered by House Speaker John Boehner's sudden exit, say the next GOP presidential nominee must share their uncompromising stance on abortion rights, gay marriage and other priorities to get to the White House.
Republicans embraced Donald Trump when his birtherism and outrageous comments were aimed at others. Only now are they willing to say: "You're fired."
The response this time in Iowa was more subdued.
National campaign finance experts say a new super PAC may be the kind of group that candidates tend to avoid.
With the 2016 primary just a little less than a year away, talk of Walker's rise is inevitably followed by this question: Is he peaking too soon?
In Liz Mair, Gov. Scott Walker has hired a strategist who doesn't hold back on voicing her political opinions.
Jeb Bush and Rick Perry are betting that the GOP electorate wants someone who can stand on a stage with Hillary Clinton and look more prepared to govern.
Scott Walker has changed since he was first elected to the Assembly in 1993 — and not for the better.
Reactions have been largely negative to the governor's suggestion that combating union protesters in Wisconsin has prepared him for the threat posed by the Islamic State.
A Public Policy Polling survey showed the governor at the top of the Republican presidential primary race.