US President Donald Trump on Monday slammed Harley-Davidson after the motorcycle maker said it would move production for European customers overseas to avoid retaliatory tariffs that could cost it up to $100 million per year.
The NFL playoffs begin this weekend. One of the marquee match-ups pits the Green Bay Packers against the San Francisco 49ers, historically two of the league’s most successful franchises. The game will be in Wisconsin, but Packer fans will be huddling together to watch across the world.
A new magazine aims to provide a voice for adult adoptees around the country. Many of the magazine's contributors are from Minnesota, a state with a rich history of international adoption. Minnesota Public Radio's Laura Yuen reports.
Within the 6,000-plus pages of documents released by the Catholic Archdiocese of Milwaukee is evidence that Archbishop Timothy Dolan moved money that may have gone to victims of childhood sexual abuse into a fund for cemetery care. Dolan calls the charges "old and discredited attacks."
Latino voters backed President Obama's re-election in big numbers. The result makes one thing abundantly clear: Republicans need to rethink their Latino outreach strategy. Anchor Aaron Schachter gets more on that from The World's Jason Margolis.
Political strategists slice and dice the electorate into smaller and smaller groups targeting messages to specific populations. The Romney camp is now making a pitch toward Polish Americans. But are they getting the message right?
Let the competition begin. After a month of playing hardball with Brett Favre, the Packers organization has reluctantly welcomed their superstar quarterback to compete for the starting job. But is Favre's return what the players ? and the city of Green Bay ? want? Guest: Cliff Saunders, sports talk radio host for 1250 Milwaukee
The Netherlands beat the Dominican Republic in a huge upset over the weekend. Jeff Beresford-Howe, The Takeaway's sports contributor brings us World Baseball Classic highlights including details on this legendary play.
In the U.S. 8,000 African American babies die in their first year of life. State groups are stepping in to try to change that tragic statistic. Joining The Takeaway are Dr. Philip Farrell and Dr. Tina Mason, both of Wisconsin.
Michelle Obama announced her fight against childhood obesity at the White House yesterday. Will Allen, urban farmer and CEO of Milwaukee based Growing Power believes that urban farms can help in the effort to create a healthier nation.
Edward Hirt, psychology professor at The University of Indiana at Bloomington, says there are a lot of psychological benefits to rooting for the team. But he also warns that going to any extreme in life can be unhealthy.
For many Americans, Christopher Columbus is a hero.
But in recent years, educators, politicians and scholars have argued that students should be made aware of the uglier truths that followed his arrival in the Americas.