The downturn in farm belt fortunes amid Trump's trade war with China isn't good for the president going into 2020.
The Republican said he will step down Sept. 23.
The flag flap erupted after Democratic Gov. Tony Evers ordered the raising of the flag to recognize June as "Pride Month."
One measure addresses an extremely rare scenario that Gov. Tony Evers says is covered by existing protections.
The ruling stems from an ongoing battle over legislation that GOP lawmakers and Republican Gov. Scott Walker passed during a lame-duck session.
24-year-old Manuel Franco, of West Allis, Wisconsin, stepped forward Tuesday to claim the prize.
The race attracted significant outside spending and became a battle over social issues.
Wisconsin's Kevin Kollman and Merle Malterer say they plan to take down the flag for the tiem being.
The winning numbers are 16, 20, 37, 44, 62 and the Powerball number is 12.
The lame-duck laws drew national outcry as Republicans quickly moved to pass them before Democrats took office.
The man, who identified himself as Jake Patterson, called a reporter from Wisconsin’s Polk County Jail.
Brian Hagedorn started the school in 2016 while serving as a judge.
The Democratic National Committee selected the Wisconsin city over Houston and Miami.
The former governor of Wisconsin kicked off CPAC with some outrageous hyperbole about women’s medical decisions.
Evers is the third governor this month to reject President Trump's claim of an immigration crisis.
Republicans in Utah, Michigan, Wisconsin and elsewhere didn't like what voters chose last year, so they're simply undoing it.
“My looks are important to me, but this is a priority and I’m not stopping this until we get it done," state Rep. Jonathan Brostoff said.
Gov. Tony Evers' proposal would require approval from the state's Republican-controlled Legislature, which has expressed opposition.
Kaepernick, a civil rights activist and former NFL star, is too controversial for Wisconsin, according to GOP state senators.
Black legislators called the move a "slap in the face."