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A lot of weird and scary stuff has been happening in politics. The Republican and Democratic National Conventions are dredging up the worst of humanity, and they’re making us really want a drink. We’ve created a very complicated drinking game for all of those watching the conventions with us. Enjoy.

We’re well into this 2016 election season and it has seriously felt like one big science experiment, but instead of lab rats and monkeys, it’s us – innocent and defenseless human beings. Our principals, ideologies and, especially, our patience continue to be tested by two mad scientists guised as presidential candidates – Donald Trump and

Every so often, a truly inspiring person comes along with the natural ability to captivate an audience. People like Gandhi, John Lennon, Nelson Mandela, and Eleanor Roosevelt – their inspirational words of wisdom are some of the most quoted lines in history – their influence on the world, tremendous. Headlines and soundbites

During an election year, the campaign trail receives constant coverage. That attention typically surrounds those folks campaigning for office, as it is important that we get to know the person we’re electing – everything from their fiscal policies to their hairstyles are scrutinized by the media. What is often forgotten, however,

During an election year, the campaign trail receives constant coverage. That attention typically surrounds those folks campaigning for office, as it is important that we get to know the person we’re electing – everything from their fiscal policies to their hairstyles are scrutinized by the media. What is often forgotten, however,

By now you’ve heard the news – Donald Trump is in DC. He started his day with a press conference at the Old Post Office Pavilion that is currently being renovated as the newest branch of the Trump International Hotel. Fun fact: During the conference, the campaigning presidential candidate managed to

We’re finally as #instafamous as the dogs in our office! Well… Some of them. We’d like to share how excited we are to have 1000 followers by thanking all of you for your incredible support. Without you, we’d just be DC. Follow along with us, on our journey to bring

During an election year, the campaign trail receives constant coverage. That attention typically surrounds those folks campaigning for office, as it is important that we get to know the person we’re electing – everything from their fiscal policies to their hairstyles are scrutinized by the media. What is often forgotten, however,

By now this should no longer come as a shock, Donald Trump is leading in the Republican Primary polls – okay it’s still shocking – but it is, in fact, a reality. And as the country draws closer and closer to determining who the party nominee will be, we were

The nation has been buzzing since we heard that Mitt Romney will be making a “major speech” regarding the 2016 election tomorrow. Does a major speech mean he’s making a major announcement? We’ve made a few projections about what the former presidential candidate might want to tell the world. Guess

It’s no secret – President Obama’s days are numbered… at least in terms of days he has left in the Oval Office. When a successor is named and it is time for Obama to depart, he’ll undoubtedly hope to be remembered by his impressive legacy of accomplishments (and he will happily list all

It took several hours, but we just nailed our first weather model for the impending snow storm. Of course you’re hoping this impending thundersnow skips the District altogether and no one misses a single day of work…of course you are.    

It’s no secret that Obama has led a presidential legacy of many “firsts”. Luckily for us, many of those firsts have been on social media. His administration was the first to have presidential Twitter and Facebook accounts; and now he is gracing us with his presence on Snapchat. Love him

Every happy couple is subject to the occasional quarrel. Money, jealousy, and life’s stresses can always disrupt an otherwise smooth relationship. In DC, however, where we have unhealthily high thresholds for stress, we have a unique set of triggers that make us manic. Related Links: If the Presidential Candidates Had

Enjoy those last few days of recess, folks. #WinterIsComing