Five years after Gov. Scott Walker’s Act 10 supposedly devastated public employee unions statewide, union influence is still clear in Janesville.
If Trump were a woman, not only would he not get 5 percent of the vote, he'd be tarred, feathered, branded and ridden out of town backward on a donkey.
We already have voter registration lists and driver’s license lists. It wouldn’t be that difficult to use those two lists and create a ballot list.
I was surprised to recently find a website naming Rock County as suffering one of Wisconsin's “10 deadliest tornadoes.” Here's the story.
Most of my colleagues who work at papers owned by cutthroat chains, such as Digital First Media, are ready to embrace private individuals at the helm.
Web Views for Friday, April 29: Proposed spousal health care surcharge, downtown sign plans, plastic bags
A month after the newspaper industry’s annual focus on government transparency, developments indicate progress and regression.
In each case, President Obama is simply implementing common-sense reforms that should have been in place long ago.
Voters in Indiana's GOP primary must choose between two of the most justly reviled politicians in America. Hoosiers (and other Americans) deserved better options.
Even though Trump delivered his foreign-policy address Wednesday from a prepared text, it still managed to be classic Trump: rambling and not terribly coherent.