District of Columbia
Visualize two extremely liberal senators joining Mitch McConnell in the upper chamber.
Mayor Muriel Bowser has declared that DC will vote for statehood this fall and that she won't wait for Congress to approve its budget for the first time in the city's history.
There's probably never been a president with a criminal appetite like Frank Underwood's, but that's not to say that criminal activity has somehow steered clear of The White House altogether.
Two years after Colorado and Washington became the first states to legalize recreational marijuana, voters elsewhere have decisively followed suit.
A City Council law decriminalizing possession of less than an ounce of marijuana took effect on Thursday at the stroke of midnight.
The United States capital was built to be symbolic of all the things that defined America to the world. It still is, except that means income inequality, unchecked poverty, and yapping douchebags on cell phones.
Nothing will make you want to light up more than having to sit through a series of white guys passing judgment on DC’s new marijuana law.
Debates about drug legalization tend to take place in exotic places like Uruguay and the state of Colorado. Now that it's reached into their own backyard, members of Congress are freaking out.