Greg Thompson of Verona is going all the way to the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Arlynn Schwanke of Sun Prairie is this week’s You Toon winner.
In this week's political podcast, Milfred and Hands provide a preview of some of the State Journal's political endorsements this fall, while explaining the editorial board's process for interviewing and recommending dozens of candidates.
SUN PRAIRIE — The Affordable Care Act requires health insurance companies to cover people with pre-existing conditions. It seems simple enough: Even if you have an illness, insurance companies cannot legally deny you coverage.
OCONOMOWOC — When I first asked you for my job, I was not just fighting to win an election, I was fighting for my life.
CHICAGO — I know nostalgia is a bad look, but please bear with me — this Chicagoan is feeling the Sears bankruptcy deep in the solar plexus.
When my husband and I moved across from Edgewood College on Woodrow Street in Madison in 1985, we were pleased by the middle-class comfort of the neighborhood.
MOBILE, Ala. — A week after Hurricane Michael made landfall on the Florida Panhandle with astonishing force, rescuers continued to dig bodies from the wreckage of the seaside village of Mexico Beach, now smashed to smithereens. More of the dead were excavated from nearby Panama City, as well…
Moderate Republicans are leaving the party, so waiting until 2024 might be too late
Court ruling against porn star should remind everyone of vital free speech rights
JERUSALEM — Major media are now reporting that the Saudis are “preparing” to admit that Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a columnist for The Washington Post, died in their consulate in Istanbul, as the result of an interrogation gone wrong. Odds are good that admittance will never come.
Canada was right to allow marijuana, but workplace and safety issues linger
OUR VIEW: Gag orders were impermissible and deeply disturbing prior restraints on speech
WASHINGTON — Now that the DNA is out of the bag, U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren can put her Native American heritage down for a nap — maybe.
In the wake of the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, a lot of people are suddenly very mad that the U.S. Senate is “undemocratic.” I’m unmoved.
Over the next 25 years, Dane County’s population is expected to increase by over 150,000 people, growing from 536,000 to about 686,000. This rapid and significant growth means we all need to think about some big questions:
WASHINGTON — After the Dow Jones industrials plunged 832 points on Wednesday, Larry Kudlow, President Trump’s chief economic adviser, walked up the White House driveway and proclaimed that there was no cause for concern. Not about the stock market, or turmoil in China’s economy, or American …
Retailer squandered its dominance as Amazon, other competitors rose in digital era
Nearly three dozen administration officials have left or been forced out of key posts since President Donald Trump was sworn in last year. Few, if any, will be missed as much as Nikki Haley, who announced her resignation as United Nations ambassador last week.
They never seem to realize that they are the majority. Yet on issue after issue, the polling consistently shows that they are.
CHICAGO — If a foreign journalist living in America and writing about the Iranian government’s noxious policies were murdered by agents of Tehran, the president of the United States would take it as evidence of the need for tough action. Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, however, wa…
As the former chairs of the Madison School District’s Education Resource Officer Ad Hoc, we found the State Journal’s editorial on Sept. 30 deeply concerning for several reasons.
I have mixed feelings about fellow Indian-American Nikki Haley’s announcement that she will be resigning as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations.
When we leave our loved ones in the morning, we expect to come home to them at night. This is particularly true for children. This unspoken truth is the foundation of safety and security.