Politics

Trump tempts fate with Tulsa rally during a pandemic and a national racial reckoning

 President Donald Trump returns to the campaign trail Saturday in Tulsa with his first rally since the coronavirus pandemic began, looking to reignite support for his struggling reelection bid while sweeping aside concerns from his own health experts and continuing to stoke tensions by threatening protesters outside his Oklahoma spectacle.

Joe Biden will accept Democratic presidential nomination in Milwaukee

Joe Biden will formally accept the Democratic presidential nomination in Milwaukee in August, two officials familiar with planning say, as the scaled-back party convention with a major digital component enters the final stages of planning two months before it is scheduled to begin.

Attorney: Evers' staff member may have committed felony

The chief attorney for the Legislature's Reference Bureau says if the person on Gov. Tony Evers staff who recorded a telephone meeting between the governor and Republican legislative leaders did so without anyone's approval, they could be guilty of a felony.

State GOP leader compares Gov. Evers to Nixon over recording

Gov. Tony Evers recorded a telephone meeting he had with Republican legislative leaders last month, prompting the Senate majority leader to compare the Democratic governor to Richard Nixon in the latest fallout between the governor and lawmakers.