The latest news on Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Supreme Court race is just one example of what's ahead.
While the Democrats fight among themselves over their presidential nomination, strategists for presumptive Republican nominee John McCain are analyzing the electoral map to determine where to put their resources for the remainder of the year.
Obama's 10 straight wins put Clinton in a tough position going into Texas and Ohio.
After Wisconsin, she’s got no momentum heading into Ohio and Texas.
Barack Obama racked up his ninth and 10th straight victories last night, defeating Hillary Clinton in Wisconsin and Hawaii. Obama's wins make Ohio and Texas must-wins for Clinton. The two Democratic candidates will debate in Texas tomorrow. John McCain also won convincingly in Wisconsin and Washington State as he continues to press on toward the GOP nomination.
Hillary Clinton's campaign advisers today sought to keep alive their contention that Barack Obama, her rival for the party's presidential nomination, acted improperly when he used another politician's words in a speech Saturday in Wisconsin, which is holding its primary today.
The must-win firewalls in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Texas loom large for her candidacy.
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Late-night restaurants at the University of Wisconsin consider the pros and cons of catering to the raucous post-bar crowd.
Proving once again that the police are a privileged lot, the Madison (Wis.) City Council passed an ordinance that excuses officers on patrol from having to scoop the poop their four-legged friends leave behind.