#GUESTEDITOR MEGAN WILSON Journalist at The Hill “They say that personnel is policy, and I’ve got a bottle of whiskey under my desk. Happy hour starts when the Roundup goes out, right?“ Weather: Near-record highs all weekend long ought to work nicely with your sunny day outfit selections and beverage pairings (read:
The forty-second President of the United States and the potential first first gentleman turns the big 7-0 today and we have a few guesses on what he’s wishing for when he blows out his candles. You might think he’s hoping to unwrap a new intern or a Presidential victory after
After enduring both the Republican and Democratic National Conventions, these politicians and their families are starting to look a lot less like world leaders and a lot more like people I went to high school with. Between all of the cattiness and name calling I feel as if I’m reliving the
It’s Friday, which means that the two-week long heaven-or-hell (depending how you think about it) of convention season is over. We’ve given you daily wrap-ups of the Democratic and Republican National Conventions, and now it’s time for one GIANT wrap-up. If you were living under a rock or avoided the
Weather: This is a perfect weekend for a Netflix marathon because the storms are rolling into DC and keeping the temperatures as high as 90 degrees. Awesome events you can attend this weekend: Check out The Geeks exhibit at the National Geographic Museum; Bust out your best dance moves at Kitchen Sink Fest; Hit
The Republican and Democratic National Conventions are over, and they’ve left thousands of soundbites in their wakes. Some of them are weird, some of them are plain wrong, some of them are plagiarized, and some of them are really inspiring. Here’s our list of the most memorable quotes from both
Morning Consult and S-3 Public Affairs organized another week of excellent events in Philadelphia. The media site and public affairs firm joined up to host events at both the Republican and Democratic conventions, both with all-star lineups of congressional and state leaders. The congressional conversations in Philadelphia included interviews with Morning Consult editors Fawn Johnson and Cameron Easley and Assistant
Veep-pick Tim Kaine spoke last night at the Democratic National Convention. He told his life story, took down Donald Trump, and glowingly endorsed Hillary. But as he was delivering his very serious speech, the internet began to realize something… Tim Kaine is a dad. Well, yes, he is actually a
Let’s take it back to when the first round of the Clinton’s campaign for the White House officially began. At the 1992 Democratic Convention, Bill Clinton accepted his presidential nomination for the democratic party, just as Hillary will tonight. So how much has really changed in the past 24 years?
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It’s Wednesday, which means tonight is the second-to-last night of the Democratic National Convention. We’re still waiting on some major speakers to hit the stage, and some of them — including President Obama — will address the crowd this evening. Here’s everything you need to know for tonight. WEDNESDAY IN NEWS:
Ah, the Philly cheesesteak. Thinly sliced meat slapped onto a bread roll, slathered in Cheez Whiz, and heated to a melty deliciousness. Whether you love them or hate them, they’re everywhere in Philly. No matter if you’re a prominent politician or a tired out Bernie protester, cheesesteaks are here to
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.
Have you been following the 2016 Presidential election for so long that now everything on TV is starting to resemble famous politicians? Don’t worry you’re not going crazy, or at least we hope not, because we see the similarities too. Who knew politicians had so much time on their hands to not only
Last night at the Democratic National Convention, boos and heckles filled the arena. Disgruntled Bernie supporters shouted over Al Franken, Cory Booker, Elizabeth Warren, and even Sanders himself. The jeering made it difficult to listen to what anyone had to say, and also made the arena a negative, stifling place.