News & Views
DurstJul 25th, 2012 by Will Durst
The closer we get to the 2012 presidential election, the more questions arise about Mitt, his employment history and the whereabouts of his tax returns.
DurstJul 18th, 2012 by Will Durst
The GOP tried to set off some indoor fireworks in July by voting to repeal Obama Care. Problem is, they've already cast the same vote 32 other times.
Winners & LosersJul 13th, 2012 by Dan Shafer
Results from latest Marquette University Law Poll, Bradford Beach, Kathy Nickolaus, local film screenings and more in this week's look at the week that was.
Jul 2nd, 2012 by Stephanie Beecher
Rep. Tamara Grigsby battled "grave" illness and returned to Madison. She is stepping down at the end of her term, but her passion for social justice endures.
Winners & LosersJun 29th, 2012 by Dan Shafer
A bizarre homicide case makes its way to the State Supreme Court, Gov. Walker reacts to the healthcare ruling, and Summerfest winners and losers from Day 1.
DurstJun 27th, 2012 by Will Durst
World leaders converged in Los Cabos for the G-20 Summit and "it was heartily agreed that decisive action will definitely be required. Someday. By someone."
Winners & LosersJun 22nd, 2012 by Dan Shafer
Controversy in numbers surrounds the Milwaukee Police Department, the Estabrook Park beer garden holds its grand opening and #VOTEMILLERPARK floods ESPN.com.
DurstJun 20th, 2012 by Will Durst
Armies of cash-hungry zombies are rising up in the 2012 presidential campaign's Amazing Race for Wampum. "Negative ads don't grow on trees," says Will Durst.
TCD’s Winners & LosersJun 6th, 2012 by Dan Shafer
The votes have been counted and the results are in: Scott Walker is still Wisconsin's Governor, the first in U.S. history to survive a recall election.
DurstJun 6th, 2012 by Will Durst
Mitt Romney secured the Republican nomination in Texas, and then went palling around with Donald Trump. Are we looking at a Romney/Trump 2012 ticket?
Jun 1st, 2012 by Michael Horne
Clinton comes to speak, stays to talk, greeting hundreds after his 18-minute speech at a downtown campaign rally with Tom Barrett. Photo gallery by Lacy Landre.
PODCASTJun 1st, 2012 by Mark Metcalf
Mark Metcalf talks with six high school students, who will cast their very first votes in the historic recall election on June 5.