Republican nominee Donald Trump will not attend an event in Elkhorn Saturday after a 2005 video showing the business mogul making derogatory comments about women was released by the Washington Post.
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Democrat Russ Feingold got a boost Monday in his bid to oust U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., after a national group supporting Johnson said they would pull most of their TV ads in the state.
Early voting kicked off Monday in much of the state, with Hillary Clinton’s campaign bringing some liberal heavyweights to Madison to encourage residents to cast their ballots.
UW System officials, policymakers, experts and students gathered Wednesday at James Madison Memorial High School to discuss the upcoming state budget and what it might mean for higher education in the state.
State legislators voted Wednesday to authorize an audit of a troubled veteran’s home in central Wisconsin after reports of negligent care, funding issues and infrastructure shortcomings.
As Congress goes back to Washington for a brief fall session and students head back to college for the fall semester, U.S. Senate Democrats doubled down Wednesday on an effort to help students refinance their loans.
Gov. Scott Walker released a fact sheet Tuesday outlining how his administration will deal with funding transportation projects across the state, one of the key pieces of next year’s budget.
A state report released Thursday showed that state support for rural school districts has declined in the past five years, leading to outcry from Democrats that the legislature has not done enough to support those areas.
U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., is deploying a new tool in his quest to fight back against Democratic challenger Russ Feingold and retain his seat in the Senate: Snapchat.
Assembly Republicans unveiled their 2017 agenda Wednesday, a plan which includes extending the tuition freeze at UW System schools and increasing the presence of conservatives on campuses.
Each week until Election Day, The Daily Cardinal will profile a down-ballot race in Wisconsin, taking a look at the state and local candidates and their policy views. We begin the series with a look at the Badger State’s U.S. Senate race between Ron Johnson and Russ Feingold.
While most are focused on election season, the University of Wisconsin System is instead firmly focused on January, when the start of a new budget cycle begins and the fiscal fate of each of Wisconsin’s 26 public colleges and universities is determined.
Two new polls released Wednesday show the presidential race tightening in Wisconsin, with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton losing ground to Republican rival Donald Trump in the last month.
The UW System will request a slight budget increase in the 2017-’19 state budget, according to a preliminary proposal released to reporters Tuesday.
Gov. Scott Walker has indicated a desire to continue a freeze on in-state tuition at UW System schools, according to a letter released to state agencies last month.
PHILADELPHIA—In the most important speech of her long and decorated political life, Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for president Thursday night by working to offer the American public a more optimistic look at what she had in store for the country.
PHILADELPHIA—One hundred and nine nominees have been selected by their party to run for the nation’s highest office. And each and every one of them had been a man.
PHILADELPHIA—Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders addressed the Wisconsin delegation Monday morning, a day after he gave a speech attempting to rally his populist backers around presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention.
PHILADELPHIA—Despite a day of infighting, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders did his best to project an appearance of party unity at the Democratic National Convention, giving a full-throated endorsement of presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in a prime-time address.
PHILADELPHIA—Thousands of delegates, reporters and protesters are descending on Philadelphia for the 2016 Democratic National Convention. Follow along here for live updates throughout the week, with coverage of events, protests and gavel-to-gavel coverage of the evening session.