Two Republicans are trying to pass a bill that would allow people in Wisconsin to carry guns without a permit or training.
Sykes wrote an opinion that ruled for employers in the fight over Obamacare’s contraceptive mandate.
Newsweek speaks with a voting rights attorney who has assisted the recount effort, slammed by Donald Trump as a 'scam.'
Democrat's campaign counsel says there's an obligation to support the effort, which Trump derides as a 'scam,' despite failing to uncover any electoral abnormalities.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court had halted a special prosecutor's investigation into whether conservative groups colluded with Walker's campaign to evade finance laws.
Riots broke out after an armed suspect was shot and killed while fleeing from police.
Protesters fire guns, hurl bricks in clash with police after an unidentified man was shot and killed while fleeing officers.
North Carolina law scrapped by federal appeals court targeted “African Americans with almost surgical precision.”
From abortion to NATO, Trump hit on hot-button issues two days before the Wisconsin primary.
The Wisconsin governor announced his decision a week before his state’s primary.
The Democratic front-runner on Monday urged Americans to consider the Supreme Court when voting.
The CDC is attempting to help state health officials find the cause of the outbreak.
The two journalists will be the first all-female anchor team in U.S. broadcast history to host a presidential debate.
The two candidates will meet tonight at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
41,000 pounds of Parmesan was recovered on Thursday night.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker said he thinks Obama overstepped his role by expanding the background checks system.
Charles Strutt was quietly placed on administrative leave indefinitely in October.
The Wisconsin governor and GOP presidential candidate says he’ll sign a bill to construct the stadium.
The Scott Walker campaign finance case deserves the attention of the U.S. Supreme Court.
The justices ruled that Walker's campaign and conservative groups didn't violate campaign finance laws.
An administration spokesman said the Madison building was evacuated "due to a credible bomb threat" as representatives were debating a budget bill.