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The four-story home built in 1862 is about 1,165 square feet — even though it is about 10 feet wide at its widest point and narrows in the back to 9.25 feet. It sold last week for $1.25 million.

There is much richness to be observed amongst the rotting leaves and fallen pine needles underfoot.

North Korea said on Thursday it successfully launched ballistic missiles from a train for the first time, watch a lucky cat get saved from a fall during a Miami football game, and more popular videos from the past week you…

A 55-year-old man walking his horse was hit and killed by an intoxicated driver.

Find out what the unemployment rate is, plus how much gas costs across the state, and more economic indicators with these charts and maps, updated weekly.

Play counts as exercise for kids, and while it comes naturally to some, many others would prefer to spend hours scrolling YouTube or binging the latest TV show. Here's how parents can change that.

Capitol Police took no chances with a heavy presence for Saturday's D.C. rally in support of rioters imprisoned after the violent Jan. 6 insurrection.

If your summer of “revenge” spending has come for a payback of its own in the form of lingering debt, make a plan for paying it off. Also, check out more of the week's best money tips from experts.

CarGurus recruited auto journalists who are dog owners for its Best Cars for Dogs list, which includes some not-so-obvious choices, such as a Corvette.

How do you know if it's time for you to start looking for a new role? Here are some signs.

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The identified potential cases of fraud to date are in line with suspected voter misconduct in past elections in the battleground state.

OUR ENDORSEMENT: Joe Biden is the better choice to restore, unite America

Some awesome pics of last night’s rainbow sunset over Madison.

Hundreds of demonstrators have taken to the streets in what some are calling riots in Kenosha. Rocks and bricks have been thrown, and at least one molotov cocktail being thrown has been reported, as is property damage.

Ron Johnson: No decision on 2022 run but leaving office is 'probably my preference now'

STATE JOURNAL VIEW: Instead of throwing millions of public dollars at lawyers to fight in court over gerrymandering, Wisconsin should adopt Iowa's proven method for fair maps

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