Editorial

Editorial Board: When democratic corrosion requires popular action

Following Supreme Court decision to back partisan gerrymandering, civic engagement is important now, more than ever

State of Wisconsin

Wisconsin gerrymandering case thrown out by judges following Supreme Court ruling

Whether Wisconsin taxpayers will pay legal fees will be decided later

State of Wisconsin

Neubauer concedes to Hagedorn in Wisconsin Supreme Court race

Conservative majority to increase to 5-2 after Neubauer decided against recount

City of Madison

What you need to know for Tuesday’s elections

Mayoral, school board, alder, Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates all on ballot

Column

Implied consent laws set dangerous precedent for abuse of power

Wisconsin needs to lower number of DUIs, but violation of Fourth Amendment not the right course of action

UW-Madison Campus

Experts weigh potential impact of Kavanaugh confirmation on November election

Polling suggests Kavanaugh's ascension to Supreme Court may have closed ‘enthusiasm gap’ between Republicans, Democrats

State of Wisconsin

Eighteen UW professors signed petition against Kavanaugh days before confirmation

Two UW law professors said they were surprised, concerned about Kavanaugh confirmation to Supreme Court

State of Wisconsin

Lawyer pay raise initiative seeks support ahead of Supreme Court hearing

UW law professor Michele LaVigne called lawyer's low pay 'sheer craziness'

Column

Political advertising which targets child victims is not informative, it’s outrageous

Ad campaign slandering Dallet's action against child abuse unethical, incredibly harmful to those involved

City of Madison

Dallet victory brings hopes of blue wave for Wisconsin Democrats

Election review leaves Democrats speculating about Blue state