Wisconsinites, accustomed to the smell of dairy air, now have the skunky stench of hemp as part of their scent profile.
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Election officials have ordered hand counts of paper ballots from 5 percent of the state’s voting machines in an effort to audit the accuracy …
Idaho Gov. Butch Otter announced that he had asked for — and accepted — the resignation of Blake Fischer.
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin plans to meet with law enforcement officials and community organizers to get a better idea of the number of people d…
In June, the North Carolina General Assembly passed legislation mandating that all early voting sites in the state remain open for uniform hours on weekdays from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The tradeoff in hours means fewer polling places.
School officials in Wisconsin are considering with skepticism whether bulletproof backpacks could help protect students from gun violence.
Ren Liping correctly predicted she would face punishment for her actions. Quoting a Chinese proverb, she declared: "I'd rather be a shattered jade than an unbroken piece of pottery."
People For the American Way has sued the U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Department of Energy and the Environmental Protection Agency, demanding the release of documents concerning a right-wing Bible study involving cabinet officials led by a group that seeks to influence public policy through religious teaching.
Shepherd Smith, a strong supporter of abstinence-only sex education for AIDS, has been close to the new director of the CDC for decades. This connection is just one example of the "new in crowd" surrounding the Trump administration, where politics and religion mix.
A second former official in Gov. Scott Walker's administration has come out against him and is supporting Democrat Tony Evers.