Amid the lively chaos at the Wisconsin State Fair lies a little oasis with cooler temperatures and greener horizons.
The U.S. enacted the Voting Right Act on August 6, 1965, prohibiting states and communities from imposing prerequisites on voting, that could make it difficult for people of color to cast ballots.
If you’ve celebrated a golden birthday, played Sheepshead or directed a thirsty friend to the bubbler … you are probably a cheesehead.
A federal judge on Tuesday sentenced Hua Jun Zhao to time already served in jail (4 1/2 months), plus two years probation.
Musician, author and pig farmer, Michael Perry discusses his novel, Visiting Tom.