Madison protesters took to the streets Friday following the Supreme Court decision on Dobbs v. Jackson, which overturned Roe v. Wade, the court precedent that protected the right to abortion.
“The Constitution does not confer a right to abortion; Roe and Casey are overruled,” the Supreme Court ruled in a 6-3 majority opinion on Friday.
Sen. Ron Johnson wanted to hand Mike Pence fake electors’ votes moments before 2020 election results were certifiedBy Ian Wilder | Jun. 22
January 6th committee hearings revealed text messages between Sen. Ron Johnson and Mike Pence that show Johnson wanted to deliver Pence fake electors’ votes from Wisconsin and Michigan.
Within the last 15 years, the popularity of vegetarian, vegan and flexitarian diets has only increased. This growth includes a rise in popularity at colleges and universities.
Sen. Ron Johnson faces controversy after saying ‘wokeness,’ critical race theory responsible for school shootingsBy Alexander Tan | Jun. 9
After the tragedy in Uvalde, Texas, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) blamed school shootings on "liberal indoctrination" rather than relaxed gun laws, poor mental health resources or police inaction.
Progress Center for Black Women CEO highlights organization’s efforts in supporting Black women in MadisonBy Gavin Escott | Jun. 9
Coming home to Madison, Wisconsin after a public speaking engagement in Atlanta, Sabrina Madison expected to see another Black woman at the organization that booked her, especially since the organization served people of color. However, when she arrived, Madison recalled, “it was all white women looking back at me. And I was so disappointed.”
Republican politicians may find it “impossible” to allocate the University of Wisconsin System more taxpayer funds after Jennifer Mnookin’s selection as its flagship university’s chancellor.
Nelson addressed climate change, rising college costs and other youth issues at a roundtable discussion with a half-dozen students on Wednesday.
Repairing inequities in Madison’s apartment repair process: “A fundamental human right like housing and shelter”By Emma Goshin and Laura Moore | May. 12
Madison’s housing laws present obstacles for residents searching for adequate housing.
The Daily Cardinal received 12 awards in the Milwaukee Press Club’s Excellence in Wisconsin Journalism contest, including four gold honors and all three awards in the Best Investigative Reporting category.
Madison authorities investigate an incident at an anti-abortion group’s office as arson.
The criminal complaint reveals that Peters’ death was premeditated.
Two students told the ACLU that racial harassment in Oshkosh schools has been consistent since kindergarten.
Read The Daily Cardinal's recap of the protest and live updates that were published throughout the night.
A draft majority opinion indicates the Supreme Court will vote to overturn abortion rights. Here’s what that means for Wisconsin.By Ian Wilder | May. 3
"Roe was egregiously wrong from the start," Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the draft decision.
“If you live here and call Wisconsin home, you are a Wisconsinite,” Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes declared to a packed rotunda.
Wisconsinites were asked to drop off their prescription medications at designated drop boxes this past Saturday to prevent drug misuse and water contamination.
Balcony collapses under several residents on the 500 block of Mifflin during annual block party.
As the Wisconsin midterm election approaches, a new poll from Marquette University Law School highlights the closeness of the Democratic Senate race and unchanged wariness surrounding the 2020 election.
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