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Special counsel Robert Mueller’s team was dissatisfied with written responses from President Donald Trump, but decided against issuing a subpoena for an interview.
After years of investigating, 500 witnesses interviewed and a metric ton of ink spilled, Congress and the public is set to get its first real look at special counsel Robert Mueller’s report Thursday morning.
President Donald Trump laced his State of the Union speech with puffed-up numbers and partial truths Tuesday as he hailed an “economic miracle,” warned of human traffickers flooding across the border and appeared to place Afghanistan in the Middle East instead of where it is, Asia.
Republican legislative leaders are advocating again for tolls to help fund Wisconsin road repairs.
Gov. Tim Walz says a conference call with drug company executives has left him hopeful that the Legislature will pass a bill to address the opioid crisis that he can sign
According to state elections officials, people who mailed in their ballots can still vote in person at their County Courthouse until 8 p.m. Tuesday. Officials stress this will not cancel their vote, but nullify the mail-in vote once it arrives.
A retired teacher from Webster, Wisconsin will be attending Tuesday’s State of the Union Address in Washington, D.C.
Five unions and a Democratic lawmaker have filed another lawsuit challenging measures Wisconsin Republican approved in a lame-duck session.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced Friday that the US is suspending the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, a key pact with Russia that has been a centerpiece of European security since the Cold War.
We caught up with Congressman Sean Duffy in the midst of the recent shutdown, when he was focused on border security, Wisconsin’s struggling dairy farmers, and both agreements and differences with President Trump.
The clearest path for Democrats to reclaim the White House runs through the upper Midwest, and the party could soon have multiple presidential contenders who have deep roots in the region.
After 400 mail-in ballots arrived late and therefore weren’t counted in a primary election for a Minnesota State Senate seat last week, Carlton County is taking steps to make sure that doesn’t happen again.