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Surge of federal law enforcement operations in Milwaukee raises questions ...

A cloud has been hanging over Milwaukee ever since the Trump administration signaled that the city was on a list of places that would...

Sen. Tammy Baldwin and colleagues introduce the John Lewis Voting Rights...

If anything drove home the need to bring back the Voting Rights Act, it was the coverage of the life work of Congressman John...

Get in ‘good trouble’: John Lewis’ words ring out in Capitol...

WASHINGTON — The immortal words of the late civil rights leader John Lewis rang out from the U.S. Capitol Monday during a private ceremony...

Trump’s troops in Portland and the march to martial law Our...

President Trump’s use of federal officers to conduct law enforcement operations in Portland —and his threat to bring them to other U.S. cities, including...

Justice Department sending federal agents to Milwaukee in crackdown on Democrat-run...

Federal agents will be deployed to Milwaukee and several other midwestern cities run by Democrats in the coming weeks, President Donald Trump announced Wednesday....

Listening session on race and equity in Tosa is mass catharsis...

Over four hours of catharsis followed the 6:30 p.m. kick-off of a public listening session on race and equity issues in Wauwatosa (Tosa), held...

Tosa Officer’s Go Fund Me shows large donations from local police...

A Go Fund Me page has been established by the brother of a Wauwatosa police officer at the center of recent protests by citizens...

Working Wisconsin faces new challenges in the COVID-19 pandemic Report...

The COVID-19 pandemic imposed significant new hardships on American workers — and it’s exposed just how much hardship many of them have been enduring...

Trump orders that undocumented immigrants not be counted for apportionment after...

President Donald Trump issued an order on Tuesday to exclude undocumented immigrants from the U.S. population count for the purpose of determining representation in...

DOJ records request on protests denied due to “ongoing” investigations

The Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) has denied the Wisconsin Examiner's request for public records pertaining to police action against protesters in Milwaukee. The requests,...
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