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Thursday's cartoon by Phil Hands depicting Bishop Donald Hying as turning away “progressives” totally misses the mark.
It began before my children were of school age with a handgun shooting in Winnetka, Illinois. It continues as my grandchildren attend school: Columbine High School, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Sandy Hook Elementary, Robb Elementary -- there are too…
The Supreme Court has overturned Roe v. Wade, the decision protecting a woman’s right to choose whether or not to have an abortion.
How heartbreaking that a court majority made up mostly of old white men has used its ill-gotten power to destroy a right that women have relied on for 50 years.
Drug overdose deaths are increasing at an alarming rate. The cause is fentanyl from China entering the Untied States through our porous southern border, but the current administration doesn’t care.
In all the endless battles between pro-choice and anti-choice people, the most basic factor is often left out: the man's crucial responsibility, equal to the woman's, to avoid an unwanted pregnancy.
John F. Kennedy's 1956 book "Profiles in Courage" profiled politicians who defied the opinions of their party (and constituents) to do what they felt was right, despite the deleterious effect on their careers.
Tuesday afternoon I was watching the proceedings of Congress’ Jan. 6 committee. One of the witnesses said something that was simple, honest and striking all at the same time.
Milwaukee ace Corbin Burnes won his third straight start, though wasn't as sharp. An early lead helped the Brewers even the series with the Toronto Blue Jays.
Democratic Attorney General Josh Kaul, who is seeking reelection this fall, said the 2022 election “is going to be remembered for the next generation as the election that came after Roe was overturned.”
Professional and amateur log rollers flocked to Lake Wingra Saturday for the annual event that fundraises for the Huntington's Disease Society of America.
Chimere Dike and a host of other Badgers football players remembered Kai Lermer and raised money for his fund at Dike's inaugural youth camp.
Fill in the caption with a clever quip by Wednesday and win publication of your line with the cartoon in next Sunday’s newspaper. You’ll also receive a signed print of the cartoon by artist Phil Hands.
The 5-foot-10 Antony announces that she has orally committed to play women's college basketball at NCAA Division I Colorado State University.
This column is the equivalent of a modern day spare tire. Skinny, a tad under-engineered, and not intended for long-term or repeat use.
Politics shines light on only part of us
Alejandro Kirk went 4 for 4 and homered for the third straight game before leaving with a bruised left hand in the seventh inning of the Toronto Blue Jays’ 9-4 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday night.
"I can identify a toilet from a mile away but a guy that I see once a month, I'm like 'God, is that Bob or is that Fred?'"
Padraig Harrington and Madison's Steve Stricker are going at it again on a big stage, and this time they have more say over the outcome at the U.S. Senior Open.