Newly-released emails from the now-halted campaign finance investigation into Scott Walker and his allies are being touted by right-wing media as proof of the probe's partisan motivations.
The 2016 election for U.S. Senate is hitting the airwaves in Wisconsin, despite the fact that the election is over a year away.
Walker's tenure as an elected official has been uniquely bad for people of color and, despite talk of "unity," he has long used race as a means of dividing the public.
Newly-released court filings undermine claims from Scott Walker and his allies that prosecutors were on a "partisan witch hunt."
Pundits have wasted hours guessing which ten of the 17 White House contestants FOX would choose for its version of Donald Trump's Miss USA....
Scott Walker's former top aide Cindy Archer has become the poster child for allegations that state prosecutors investigating corruption around Walker ran amok and engaged in aggressive, unconstitutional "raids" on people's homes. Newly-released audio contradicts many of those claims.
Today, the Wisconsin Supreme Court put an end to the John Doe probe hanging over the presidential aspirations of Governor Scott Walker.
Walker took to the stage at the Waukesha Expo center to officially launch his White House campaign.
Senator Ted Cruz was to meet privately Monday in Denver, Colorado with executives from major oil and gas corporations, all members of the pro-fracking lobby group Western Energy Alliance.
Bernie Sanders packs them in at the largest political rally in the 2016 run for the White House so far.