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San Bernardino Police Chief Jarrod Burguan identified one dead suspect as Syed Rizwan Farook, 28, the other as Tashfeen Malik, 27, his wife or fiancee.
Co-workers told the Los Angeles Times that Syed Rizwan Farook was a devout Muslim but didn't talk about religion at work.
At least two heavily armed attackers opened fire on a banquet at a social services center for the disabled Wednesday, killing 14 people and seriously wounding more than a dozen others in a precision assault that looked "as if they…
A gunman burst into a Planned Parenthood clinic and opened fire, launching several gunbattles and an hourslong standoff with police as patients and staff took cover under furniture and inside locked rooms.
Attention must be paid, deference must be shown to the weird and wonderful dogs served at the Gilman St. spot.
The talk will take place after the Tuesday, Sept. 1 evening screening of the film at Sundance Cinemas.
Indie-folk group PHOX and alt-country group Drive-By Truckers are among recently announced acts coming to Madison.
Netflix’s “Narcos” follows the rise and fall of Pablo Escobar, whose Medellin cartel at one point controlled the bulk of the global cocaine trade in the 1980s.
This is not an exercise in style, but a refreshingly honest film, both funny and sad, about growing up female in all its messy complexity and wonder.
Restoration Cider Co. began distributing its "new American cider" around Madison earlier this month.
This year’s lineup seems especially strong, including appearances from former Labor Secretary Robert Reich, children’s novelist Kevin Henkes, and acclaimed novelists Adam Johnson, Matthew Thomas and Eileen Pollack.
Tickets for the show, announced Monday morning, are $21 ($23 at the door) and go on sale this Friday at 11 a.m. through overturecenter.com and 258-4141.
"This has nothing to do with selling cars, this has nothing to do with servicing cars,'" the general manager said. But "local flavor is always good."
The indie distribution company FilmBuff announced Monday that it would release the first film from filmmakers Erik Crary and Steven Piet nationwide next month.
Folk duo Mandolin Orange and electronic band Neon Indian are among recently announced acts coming to Madison.
This season, now called “The Hotwives of Las Vegas,” features most of the same fearlessly funny actresses from “The Hotwives of Orlando,” but now playing a different cast of Hotwives in Vegas.
It's hard to recommend heartily when "Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation" is playing down the hall at your local multiplex.
At a recent blind tasting of 12 syrahs, local tasters' top choices often cost less than $20, including wines from Cline, Rosemount and E. Guigal.
Maya Forbes dug deep into her family history for her debut as a writer-director, creating a film that is warm and generous of spirit.
The Deep-Fried Pretzel-Crusted Brownies on a Stick features two rectangular brownies, each about the size of an ice-cream sandwich, lightly breaded, with a cup of caramel sauce.
Science fiction author John Scalzi will be coming to the Madison Central Library, 201 W. Mifflin St. at 7 p.m. Monday.
The problem with the Wisconsin State Fair? So much food, so little time. And if you eat too many pork donuts, maybe even less time than you think.
Pop-rock singer Grace Potter and reggae rapper Matisyahu are among recently announced acts coming to Madiosn.
There are more great lines packed into those first three minutes than in entire seasons of other shows.
It’s got a great cast and a genuinely interesting plot that unspools in surprising directions, the less said about it the better.
The late Madison comedian's three brothers will take part in a post-show Q&A as part of the Orpheum Theater showing.
The Americana artist wants Dolly Parton to attend one of his shows — and to launch a "sprawling network of Evan Murdock-branded chicken shacks."
Sauvignon blanc wines are inexpensive and easy to find, and they pair great with warm weather picnics.
"Code" will have its Wisconsin premiere Thursday at Sundance Cinemas, with director Robin Hauser Reynolds in attendance.
Bobby Hussy describes The Hussy, which will play an upcoming Live on King Street, as "trash punk with a penchant for pop songwriting."
Gregg Mitman's film premiered at the 2015 Wisconsin Film Festival in April and is now streaming online as part of the PBS/Independent Lens series.
The petite farm to table restaurant in Verona opened in 2012 and debuted its new dining room late last year.
“BoJack Horseman,” a Netflix animated series that is absolutely for adults only, launched its second season last weekend.
Taco Bell, home to the biscuit taco, the A.M. Crunchwrap and other breakfast innovations, has taken a bold step forward into breakfast desserts.
Chu is coming to Madison next Monday at 6 p.m. to read from and sign copies of the book at A Room of One’s Own, 307 W. Gorham St.
From a new film by Baraboo's PHOX to an emotional finale, Eaux Claires' final day was full of high points.
The National, Tallest Man on Earth and Spoon were among the big highlights on the first full day of the Wisconsin festival (along with gourmet mac 'n' cheese).
Our intrepid reporter Laurel White is up in Eau Claire for the Bon Iver-curated Eaux Claires Music & Arts Festival. Check back all weekend for reports and photos, as well as follow her on Twitter at @lkwhite.