Global heat has seared to new extremes in recent months, and devastating climate disasters are providing powerful reminders of the costs of climate change, as governments around the world prepare for the 2023 United Nations climate summit that starts on Nov. 30.
Wisconsin school libraries and media resources will share in a record $65 million in the coming year from the state’s Common School Fund thanks to strong investment earnings from the agency that manages the money.
Inflation in the United States continued to cool faster than expected, as prices fell from 3.7% in September to 3.2% in October.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court today takes up a much-anticipated case involving the state’s political boundaries.
The Wisconsin High School Football officially came to an end and Badger High School finished as Division Two state champions.
Nearly a year and a half after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and Wisconsin’s 1849 abortion ban went back into effect, it may be easy for some to forget the harm that the ban has been inflicting. But as anti-abortion lawmakers in our state continue to pass legislation to obstruct and stigmatize abortion, I can’t forget what these restrictions do to women like me.
A Connecticut man has been indicted by a Wisconsin grand jury on wire fraud charges over accusations he scammed older residents. It’s the latest case that calls attention to fraud-prevention tips.
The United States added 150,000 new jobs in October, according to the monthly report released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Green Bay Packers losing streak came to an end at four games as the Packers picked up a 20-3 win over the visiting Los Angeles Rams.
Open enrollment starts Nov. 1 for the ACA’s federal and state exchanges. Consumers can go online, call, or seek help from a broker or other assister to learn their 2024 coverage options, calculate their potential subsidies, or change plans.