The history of recalled children’s products is long and tragic.
The Menominee River forms the boundary between Wisconsin and Michigan in the Upper Peninsula, and flows into Lake Michigan, feeding an abundant source of clean drinking water for the more than 35 million people. The river has held extremely important spiritual and cultural significance for t…
Thanks to the State Journal for accurately portraying our position and request to UW-Madison to immediately reinstate Quintez Cephus.
Trump ignores America's migrant legacy that gave his grandfather a chance to succeed
He was murdered by Hillary and/or Bill Clinton. Or he was assassinated by the Russians. Or Donald Trump killed him. Or he isn’t dead at all, having been spirited into the Witness Protection Program, where he presumably now shares an island mansion with Tupac Shakur and 84-year-old Elvis Presley.
Chicago Tribune: Roar back at Trump's attack on the popular Endangered Species Act
CHICAGO — Beto O’Rourke didn’t win a U.S. Senate seat in 2018, and he isn’t likely to win the presidency in 2020. But he could gain a footnote in the history books as the person who set the Electoral College on the road to extinction.
CHICAGO — The massive immigration-reform marches of 2006 started as a response to, among many other things, pending legislation that would have made unlawfully present immigrants into felons.
Miami Herald: Trump plays dangerous game perpetuating Epstein theories
Attorney General Josh Kaul needs to undo his predecessor’s chaplaincy program that has inexplicably received little scrutiny.
Among the many consequences of Donald Trump’s ascendancy in modern American politics is a renewed and deepened hostility for the press, not only among his far-right base, but within the general electorate.
I don’t think I’m going too far out on a limb when I say that a lot of people are losing perspective. I won’t be too specific, because if you’re on one ideological team, you probably think I’m referring to the other team.
Trump’s unethical presidency challenges American democracy to renew itself
One of the easiest ways to combat climate change is to stop tearing down old trees. This is why it is everyone’s problem that new Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro seems determined to chop away at the Amazon rainforest, the world’s greatest reserve of old-growth forest.
From your letters to the editor: "Like Kabamba and countless refugees before him, if accepted here these asylum seekers will work hard and contribute much to the strength and success of our country."
From your letters to the editor: "The buses have to pull up at the curb, jockeying for position with bikers, drivers and pedestrians. The passengers get off on a city sidewalk where there is no shelter, not even a bench to sit on to wait for a pickup."
Teenagers were invented in the late 1950s.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday again said he might commute the prison sentence of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich. This time, the president made one motive clearer. It’s about revenge.
The village of Fontana is seeking to defend its wholesome image by requiring CBD, or cannabidiol, be sold behind store counters.
Fifty years ago, when I was 19, I got the assignment from the trade magazine Billboard to cover the Woodstock Festival because none of the older writers wanted to go. My review the following week rhapsodically began, “About 400,000 rock fans gave peace a chance Aug. 15-18, and it worked.”
David Bier of Janesville is this week’s You Toon winner.
CHICAGO — As I type, my 17-year-old son is online with his friends playing a game called “Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege.” It’s your standard shoot-’em-up game with tough military types in black tactical gear with powerful guns. Quiet, hyper-realistic situations ratchet up the tension, my so…
Donald Trump is a toxin in the American political bloodstream, and the resulting symptoms are not only ugly and unpleasant but also dangerous. Among the signs are expressions of racial prejudice, religious bigotry, sexism and violent hostility for those deemed to be unacceptably different. I…
This State Journal editorial ran on Aug. 6, 1969: