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The Kathleen Dunn Show

Author says Robert F. Kennedy was on the verge of a successful presidential campaign thanks in large part to his ability to win over a coalition of voters from the left and the right.

Central Time

This Presidents Day marked one month in the White House for President Donald Trump. In a press conference last Thursday, the president touted his first month in office, saying his administration was running "like a fine-tuned machine."

WPR News

Four school districts across the state have questions on Tuesday's ballot asking local taxpayers for more money to cover building projects and operational expenses.

WPR News

Aside from voters seeing local races and referendums on their ballots in Tuesday's primary, they will see one statewide, contested race: state schools superintendent.

WPR News

The race to be Wisconsin's top education official has proven unexpectedly eventful leading up to Tuesday's primary with two challengers forcefully criticizing the incumbent while facing scrutiny of their own over allegations of back-room deal-making.

WPR News

State superintendent candidate John Humphries is accusing fellow candidate Lowell Holtz of offering him a job in exchange for dropping out of the race.

The Joy Cardin Show

This year marks the Capitol's centennial and to celebrate, the building is hosting a history exhibit of its storied past under the rotunda.

WPR News

Author of the book "Dead Presidents: An American Adventure into the Strange Deaths and Surprising Afterlives of Our Nation’s Leaders" and WPR's host of "All Things Considered," Brady Carlson, helps put things in perspective and talk about presidents who came before Donald Trump.

Central Time

More and more these days, members of the millennial generation are opting out of careers in politics. A political scientist looks at the reasons behind that trend and what it might mean for the future of politics in America.

Central Time

More and more these days, members of the millennial generation are opting out of careers in politics. A political scientist looks at the reasons behind that trend and what it might mean for the future of politics in America.

The Joy Cardin Show

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel columnist Christian Schneider is defending Reince Priebus’ work in the White House after rumors surfaced Priebus might not have much time left in the Trump administration.

WPR News

Gov. Scott Walker says job-offer allegations between two primary election challengers for State School Superintendent are "bizarre." But the Governor says he's focused on school items in his proposed state budget, and not on next Tuesday's contest.

WPR News

Gov. Scott Walker says job offer allegations between two primary election challengers for State Superintendent are "bizarre." But the governor says he's focused on school items in his proposed state budget and not on next Tuesday's primary race.

WPR News

Wisconsin Congressman Ron Kind says he is not ruling out a run for governor in 2018.

WPR News

Close to $500,000 was given to seven Milwaukee organizations Tuesday by the Department of Workforce Development to help train and employ city residents. The money is part of the $4.5 million investment in the city Gov. Scott Walker announced last summer.

WPR News

Close to $500,000 was given to seven Milwaukee organizations Tuesday by the state Department of Workforce Development to help train and employ city residents.

WPR News

The Trump administration proposed rules Wednesday designed to stabilize the insurance market for those getting policies under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.

WPR News

Wisconsin's public-private job creation agency would be able to issue loans once again under Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed 2017-2019 budget.

Central Time

The volume of constituent communication is overwhelming congressional staffers and the technology available to them, said Seamus Kraft, the executive director and co-founder of The OpenGov Foundation.

WPR News

U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy won't make a run for the Senate in 2018 againt incumbent U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin.

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