The latest uprising in Milwaukee highlights a generational divide on solutions to decades of discrimination and police violence.
By Joshua Barajas, Kenya Downs
By several counts, Milwaukee ranks as the worst city to live for black Americans. The NewsHour spoke with several black men about their experiences living in the city.
Trailing in polls, Donald Trump is rethinking his campaign strategy. In Wisconsin Tuesday night, he asked for the African-American vote and slammed recent violence in Milwaukee. On Wednesday, he overhauled his team, appointing a new campaign CEO and manager. Meanwhile,…
In our news wrap Monday, on the second night of protests in Milwaukee, an 18-year-old was shot and seriously injured. The protests were in response to the fatal shooting of Sylville Smith, a black man authorities say was carrying a…
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker on Sunday said the state’s National Guard is on standby after a night of protests in a low-income, predominately black neighborhood in Milwaukee that followed a police shooting.
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Ted Cruz aims to use Wisconsin’s presidential primary to extend Donald Trump’s recent rough stretch on the campaign trail. The delegate math is still difficult for Bernie Sanders, even if he pulls out a win in Wisconsin.
By Steve Peoples, Associated Press
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. — The 2016 presidential race may have descended on Wisconsin — but most of the campaign buzz surrounds an incident that happened nearly a month ago in Florida.
By Scott Bauer, Associated Press
BROOKFIELD, Wis. — Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz won the endorsement of Wisconsin governor — and former GOP rival — Scott Walker Tuesday as all five candidates converged on his state ahead of its key primary.
Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders returned to campaigning after Thursday’s Democratic debate in Milwaukee, where Clinton called out her competitor over criticism of President Obama and the math behind his proposals, as Sanders reiterated his plans for higher taxes…
By Kenya Downs
Milwaukee is one of the most segregated cities in the country, and statistically one of the worst for African-Americans. We explore key factors in the city's racial divide ahead of Thursday's Democratic debate.
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