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University of Wisconsin-Madison professor Ted Gerber says people shouldn't expect the truth soon about the authenticity of the dossier containing unsubstantiated information about Donald Trump's alleged ties to Russia.

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Wisconsin Sen. Tammy Baldwin says she has concerns about education secretary nominee Betsy DeVos and will ask "pretty tough" questions during a confirmation hearing Tuesday.

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Pulitzer-winning Clarence Page says the public dispute between Donald Trump and civil rights icon John Lewis poses a larger question to Democrats about how they should treat Republicans after inauguration Friday.

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A national manufacturers group is pressuring Wisconsin's U.S. senators to back President-elect Donald Trump's pick to head the Environmental Protection Agency.

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U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan says he will not attend Friday's inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump, while U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin says she will attend.

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Democratic U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore and Republican U.S. Rep. James Sensenbrenner have differing views on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act.

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Immigration activists from a few Wisconsin cities are expected to convene Saturday in Milwaukee for a march on behalf of immigrant and refugee rights.

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Gov. Scott Walker’s campaign says Walker has paid off the remainder of his presidential campaign debt.

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First Lady Tonette Walker promoted her Fostering Futures initiative during the governor's State of the State address Tuesday.

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Today, Americans are more likely to not identify with any one religion than ever before in the country’s history. However, the religion affiliations among members of the United States Congress remains stagnant.

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State superintendent of public schools candidate John Humphries wants to create a statewide board of education, called the Education Accountability Board, to serve as a check on the state’s top education administrator.

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Dairy advocates say plant-based foods are misleading consumers.

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Sen. LaTonya Johnson called Walker's $200,000 proposal for screening programs "underfunded."

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A law professor says economic divisions help explain the resentment many working-class Americans harbor for professional elites, and it may have cost Hillary Clinton the 2016 presidential election.

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Sen. Ron Johnson participated in the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations' confirmation hearing Wednesday for Rex Tillerson.

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The presidential election ended months ago and the transition is well underway, but several cities in Wisconsin are dealing with some unfinished business from the candidates and their campaigns.

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Gov. Scott Walker says new funding for the University of Wisconsin System will be tied to performance metrics like graduation and employment rates for students.

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Gov. Scott Walker says new funding for the University of Wisconsin System will be tied to performance metrics like graduation and employment rates for students.

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The tuition cut proposal was included in the governor's annual State of the State address given Tuesday at the state Capitol in Madison.

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Jason Rae was 17 years old when he became the youngest member of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) in 2004. Now, after more than a decade of membership in the DNC and a presidential race that resulted in a major loss for the political left, Rae is running for DNC secretary.

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