Wis. Gov. Scott Walker is disappointed with the lack of progress on a health care reform bill in Congress.

Walker Expresses Disappointment with Inaction on Health Bill

Some Parts of Obamacare Working Well, Problems with Others

Wisconsin's Budget Could Be $1 Billion Short by 2021

Bill Would Eliminate Early Education Funding

Intel Chairman: Trump Communications May Have Been 'Monitored'
The head of the House Intelligence Committee says it's possible that President-elect Trump's communications may have been monitored during the transition period.

Poll Shows Trump Approval Rating at 41 Percent in Wisconsin
President Trump's approval rating in Wisconsin is 41 percent, according to a new poll.

Majority of Wisconsin Voters Want to Keep Health Care Law
A poll finds a majority of voters in Wisconsin want to keep at least some parts of President Obama's Affordable Care Act.

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Poll Finds No Consensus on Wisconsin Road Funding

Walker Approval Rating at 45 Percent

In Other Political News

Minn. House GOP Lines Up Tuition Tax Credit, Social Security Help
Republicans in the Minnesota House want to provide more tax relief and exempt Social Security income from taxes.

Minn. Budget Fights Brew as Legislature Starts Assembling Bills
Minnesota lawmakers are debating tax breaks and cuts to state agencies as part of budget talks.

Former Sen. Feingold Launches New Advocacy Group
Former Democratic Sen. Russ Feingold is starting a new nonprofit political advocacy group called LegitAction.

The Michigan House has passed a bill to provide more help to victims of human trafficking.
New Mich. Legislation Aims to Help Victims of Human Trafficking
Gov. Rick Snyder (R-Michigan) has concerns about the health care plan being considered in the U.S. House.
Michigan Governor Hopes House GOP Health Bill is 'Improved'
Trump Makes Final Push for Health Care Bill
Dayton Vetoes Bill Scaling Back Utility Regulatory Oversight
House Republicans Reveal Transportation Funding Plan
Duluth Leaders Oppose Trump's Federal Budget Proposal
Walker says Wiretap, Russian Collusion Review Needed
Minn. House GOP Envisions Big Tax Cuts, Some Government Cuts

Pentagon: An Al-Qaida Leader Killed in Afghanistan Airstrike

Company, US want Dakota Access Pipeline Lake Crossing Upheld

House GOP Abruptly Pulls Troubled Health Care Bill

Storms Could Spawn Tornadoes Across Parts of Midwest, South

US Imposes Sanctions on China, North Korea Entities, People

Trump Administration Approves Keystone XL Pipeline

8 Arrests Made in London Attack

Obamacare Repeal Vote Put Off in Stinging Setback for Trump

Israel Police Arrest Suspect in Threats on US Jewish Targets

Prime Minister Says Attacker was Investigated for Extremist Links

IS Claims Responsibility for London Attack

Intel Chairman: Trump Communications May Have Been 'Monitored'

5 Dead in London Terror Incident, including Attacker

Timeline: Multiple Incidents near UK Parliament

Magnitude 4.0 Quake, 2 Smaller Temblors Rattle Oklahoma

Suspect Identified in Central Wisconsin Shooting
Mayo Clinic Expansion Set to Receive $585M in Public Funds
Mayo Clinic Expansion Set to Receive $585M in Public Funds
Some Parts of Obamacare Working Well, Problems with Others
Oklahoma Company Recalls 466 Tons of Breaded Chicken Product
OK Food, Inc. is recalling breaded chicken because of possible metal in the food.
Kraft Heinz Lays Off 200 White-collar Workers in Canada, US
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State of the City: Opioids, Housing, Energy are Duluth's 2017 Priorities

After Years of Failures, GOP Restarts Minn. Road Funding Debate

Walker Presses Professors to Spend More Time Teaching

Comey Knocks Down Trump's Wiretap Claim

For Many Older Americans, Costs Rise under GOP Health Plan

Republicans At Odds over How to Overhaul Medicaid

UMD Wins in OT to Claim NCAA West Regional, Earns Spot in NCAA Frozen Four

Pentagon: An Al-Qaida Leader Killed in Afghanistan Airstrike

Rich Updegrove Kicks off Campaign for Duluth City Council At-Large Seat

Northlander Karen Diver Honored at Annual Clayton Jackson McGhie Memorial

UMD's Genocide Workshop Hopes to Brings Light to Today's World Issues

Authorities: Fire Could Have Been Worse If Not for Properly Maintained Sprinkler System