Vos told reporters he will meet with the Assembly Republican caucus next week to discuss “next steps” in Gableman’s review of the 2020 presidential election.
School board turnover around Wisconsin has nearly doubled since the onset of the pandemic. Teachers and students will feel the effects, some say.
Free-flowing Republican money will try to distort Ron Johnson’s Democratic foe as some sort of dangerous extremist. Here’s how he, and you, should respond.
Johnson dismissed concerns of millions of Americans who were pleading for federal intervention to prevent drug company price gouging.
The key is for Democrats to speak frankly about what's at stake, mobilize young people and reach out to rural voters.
The next Cooking with the Cap Times will be Aug. 18 at 6 p.m. at Kessenich's in Madison. Watch online or become a Cap Times member to join us in person.
Carl Bernstein and Jamie Raskin will be in Madison to headline our signature annual event, now in its sixth year, during the week of Sept. 12-17.
Brandy vs. whiskey vs. bourbon. Sour vs. sweet. However you order your Old Fashioned, we want to know: Who makes the best in Madison?
At the Kessenich’s Innovation Center, Schieble prepared bourbon-brined and grilled bone-in pork chops with spiced strawberry glaze, blistered green beans and sunflower seed gremolata.
The Evjue Foundation has provided $70 million to charitable, cultural and educational organizations in the Dane County area since Cap Times founder William T. Evjue died in 1970.
The Kids Fund is an annual reader-supported fund drive for charities that help Madison-area children.