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State Supreme Court to take on voter ID issue

After two previous refusals, the Wisconsin Supreme Court says it will hear arguments on two Wisconsin voter identification cases.

Request made for Capitol Christmas tree ornaments

Gov. Scott Walker has put out the call for ornaments to decorate the Capitol Christmas tree this year.

Impact of governor's tax cut depends on school district

School districts in Dane County say they don't yet know how a property tax proposal will affect taxpayers. But one group is doing some preliminary math, and…

Scott Walker

Governor to head to fundraisers in Seattle, NYC

Republican Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is headed to Seattle on Thursday and New York City later this month.

Walker slips when referring to federal politics

Gov. Scott Walker quickly caught himself with a laugh when telling reporters he was not "yet" involved with politics at the federal level.

Capitol police issue 25 no-permit citations to 22 singers

Twenty-five no-permit citations were issued Wednesday to 22 people following a tense standoff between Capitol police and protesters.

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Hamilton cast at Tony Awards

'Hamilton' show will be Clinton fund-raiser

Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign is hosting a special performance of the Broadway smash hit "Hamilton: An American Musical" as part of a joint…

Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton

Clinton campaign hails Democratic platform

Hillary Clinton's campaign is praising a draft of the Democratic Party's 2016 platform, which reflects several of the progressive issues voiced by her primary…

Brexit results

Brexit: EU leaders demand quick UK exit as fallout grows

Two days after UK voters decided they wanted to leave the European Union, foreign ministers from the EU's six founding countries met in Berlin to discuss the…

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Donald Trump and Rupert Murdoch sit down for post-Brexit dinner

One day after the U.K. referendum results shocked the world, Donald Trump dined with Rupert Murdoch, the owner of some of Britain's best known newspapers.


Ann LePage

Maine's first lady waits tables at harbor seafood joint

Ann LePage, the wife of flamboyant Maine governor Paul LePage, is looking for a little extra money this summer.

So just like teenagers across the country,…

Trump spotlight

Trump's shifting positions on Muslim ban

Donald Trump's proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States has been a central issue of his campaign -- but he has described the ban differently in the…

Trump in Scotland

Three news outlets turned away from Trump golf course event

Reporters from several major news organizations were denied access to a Donald Trump event in Scotland on Saturday.

Donald Trump, March 30, 2016

Trump: 'A lot of people' asking to be my VP

Donald Trump, leading his press pack on a tour of his golf course in Aberdeen, Scotland, on Saturday said that he's getting "a lot of calls" from people…

Mia Love

Rising GOP star Love skipping party convention

Utah Rep. Mia Love joined the ranks of Republican leaders and lawmakers who will be skipping their party's convention next month, saying that she would instead…

Flint water plant

Flint water crisis: How bad was it?

The residents of Flint, Michigan, continue to face an unprecedented crisis over lead in water. A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and…

Flags of England, EU

Brexit: Do you #Regrexit?

From Brexit to #Regrexit -- an online petition demanding a second referendum on Britain's decision to leave the EU has passed 2 million signatures.

By Saturday…

Pride parade in London

London, New York celebrate Pride after Orlando shooting

Dozens of cities around the world are donning the colors of the rainbow this weekend.

Donald Trump

4 reasons why Brexit doesn't mean Trump will win

The parallels are impossible to ignore.

Donald Trump at Scotland golf course

Donald Trump sells candidacy, golf courses

As Donald Trump fielded reporters' questions from the 9th hole of Trump Turnberry Friday, the neatly manicured greens and nearby club house adorned with…


Obama previews stump speech; says no time for 'charlatans'

Delayed from hitting the presidential campaign trail, President Barack Obama previewed his 2016 stump speech Friday for an incumbent governor instead, using a…

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Opinion: Can Brexit wounds ever heal in UK?

The referendum vote to quit the European Union has left the United Kingdom a more divided society than ever before.

In fifty years reporting politics I have…

Opinion: Clinton should insist on legal immigration

Hillary Clinton needs a coherent policy on immigration, and it can't appear to condone open borders. She needed it before Britain voted to leave the European…

Opinion: Brexit -- biggest step backward since World War II

The numbing news that Britain has voted to leave the European Union is the worst step backward for Europe -- and for Western civilization -- since the end of…

Opinion: How Europe should respond to Brexit

The pre-referendum scenarios drawn up for a Brexit were not enough to prepare everyone for the dangerous uncertainty that Thursday's referendum result has…

Opinion: How the UN failed South Sudan

The heart of most U.N. peacekeepers' mission includes the protection of civilians -- and it's a mandate that, in light of recent events, the United Nations…

Opinion: Who's really to blame in Freddie Gray case

This week, a second Baltimore police officer, Caesar Goodson, was acquitted of all criminal charges in the death of Freddie Gray, a suspect who was fatally…

DREAMer: SCOTUS ruling won't defeat us

Last week was the anniversary of the announcement of President Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, which gives unauthorized…

Opinion: The lessons of the Iran deal

Last summer, the international community reached a landmark agreement, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, to prevent Iran from developing a…

Opinion: Why EU supporters failed

Those who voted to leave the EU are celebrating Thursday's vote. Those who voted to remain are disappointed, disillusioned and concerned for the future.


'Brexit' carries new danger for the world

Moments after the startling results of Britain's vote to leave the European Union emerged, anti-immigrant crusaders in other parts of Europe gave notice they,…

Bergen: 'Brexit,' a very British fiasco

Britain has had its fair share of foreign policy fiascoes over the past century: the disastrous decision to seize the Suez Canal from Egypt in 1956, the…

Should Trump really celebrate 'Brexit?' (Opinion)

Britain votes for "Brexit" and Donald Trump shows up in Scotland to open a golf course. It feels very strange watching this as a Briton. I can't quite believe…

Freddie Gray verdict: 'A long way from justice' (opinion)

Does anyone feel a sense of justice, now that yet another verdict has come down in Baltimore? Probably not.

On Thursday, Caesar Goodson, the Baltimore police…

Opinion: why a split Court is the right thing

In the aftermath of the Supreme Court's 4-4 decision that halted President Barack Obama's immigration executive order, Democratic lawmakers, Hillary Clinton,…

Opinion: Does Court's stance on race matter?

In a bit of a surprise, the Supreme Court, on a 4-3 vote, upheld a lower court ruling allowing the University of Texas to use race as one of many factors in…

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Brexit results

Wall Street, Washington react to Brexit

Wall Street and Washington react to the U.K.'s historic vote to leave the E.U.


Brexit vote: US markets plummet

The U.S. markets plummet following the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union.


Sanders: Vote likely going to Clinton

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders says in all likelihood the nomination will go to Hillary Clinton.

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