Milwaukee is operating five in-person voting locations despite having nearly 290,000 registered voters.
"The bottom line is that I have an obligation to keep people safe, and that's why I signed this executive order today," Governor Evers said Monday.
How did this feud, which included a rare rebuke of a top elected official by America's highest judge, originate?
A number of former Republican lawmakers recently filed a Supreme Court brief arguing that President Donald Trump cannot stop the Manhattan District Attorney's tax fraud investigation.
The Senate Minority Leader received strong criticism after he called out Supreme Court Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch over their views on abortion.
The ex-U.S. attorney Joyce Vance also accused Chief Justice Roberts of "permitting so much from Trump to go unacknowledged" after he rebuked Schumer.
"Justices know that criticisms come with the territory," Roberts wrote, "but threatening statements of this sort from the highest levels of government are not only inappropriate, they are dangerous."
"The Supreme Court is considering this case that could upend abortion access," said Jenny Lawson of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund.
Will the Supreme Court let these oppressive, medically unnecessary restrictions continue to harm women?
Those interested in the future of abortion rights would be wise to look beyond the sweeping heartbeat bans and personhood laws that dominate the headlines and consider the case of June Medical.
Rod Brownstein of CNN suggested that President Trump would use supposed bias against him to ignore the Supreme Court if he wins a second term.
After a judge ruled that texts Kesha sent to Lady Gaga accusing Dr. Luke of raping Katy Perry were defamatory, fans voiced their support for the singer on Twitter.
The filing observes "a wide range of 'alternative remedies and deterrents' to presidential wrongdoing" that fall outside strict judicial action.
There should be no illusions about the Trump administration's enforcement intentions when it comes to DACA recipients. Don't take my word for it; take theirs.
"If you put someone with the same set of facts as Grandpa Trump," Jesse Bless of the American Immigration Lawyers Association said, "he would be far less likely to gain admission to the United States."
Advocates for immigration have denounced the so-called public charge rule, with some linking it to the same tactic used in the 1930s to keep out European Jews fleeing Nazi Germany.
"The American Dream isn't a private club with a cover charge," tweeted Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, "It's the possibility of remaking your future."
"There are genuine concerns about the long-term future," said reproductive rights expert Mary Ziegler.
A new poll shows that 71 percent of Republicans believe that witnesses should testify during Trump's impeachment trial.
Two cases, brought by electors in Colorado and Washington, will be heard to determine a verdict.
It's been one of the most prolific administrations in terms of judicial appointments in recent history, according to the White House.
Babb v. Wilkie could determine precisely what a plaintiff needs to prove in order to be protected under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act.
"We should reflect on our duty to judge without fear or favor, deciding each matter with humility, integrity and dispatch," Roberts wrote in his year-end report.
Ultimately, it would be up to states to "protect and expand reproductive freedom," if Roe v. Wade is overturned, the National Institute for Reproductive Health has said.
The cohort of lawmakers representing 38 states consists of 166 House Republicans, 39 Senate Republicans and two House Democrats who filed an amicus brief Thursday arguing the right to an abortion is "unworkable."
Roberts made the remarks in his annual report for 2019 as he prepares to preside over a Senate impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.
This is the first time that Trump's personal dealings have come before the nation's top court since he was elected president.
"These are nominees that we're seeing who are not just inimical to LGBT protections but to civil rights generally," a senior attorney with Lambda Legal said.
Friday, the Supreme Court agreed to hear President Donald Trump's appeals that would block the reveal of his financial records, decision expected in June.
Get ready to rumble: TIME magazine will announce its "Person of the Year" this morning.