pot legalization in dc is only a vote away!
“Nobody actually believes D.C. is hip, with the exception of certain mayoral candidates hoping to win over millennials.”
Rusty the Red Panda is now a dad! (So he’d better get his act together)
Photo by Janice Sveda/Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute
This first-person piece in our latest issue is fantastic. And so is the art.
Sure, people are asking psychics whether Romney or Obama will be inaugurated in January, but we’re looking to America’s (second?) favorite sport for a prediction.
A Redskins win meant the incumbent party would stay put. A Redskins loss meant the White House would change parties. With only one exception — 2004 — this trend has held in every election cycle.
It’s time for a history lesson!
The video above, produced by the Works Progress Administration, shows a day in the life of the capital in 1936, a city that the narrator says had “again become a war capital,” fighting ”a battle to put men to work.” It’s a concern not so different from the debates of Washington today.
Did you know that Frank Sinatra once co-hosted the White House Correspondents Dinner?
The National Journal staff trekked to the roof of the Watergate to view the Discovery shuttle fly over DC.
Our health/tech editor Maggie Fox brought her daughter along!
Submit your Discovery photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE: More photos from Maggie! Here we all are looking windblown.
Left to right: Kate, Me (digital team/newsroom assistant), Alissa Swango (digital editor), Jenna Zwang (digital team), John Miller (PUSH team), Matt Vasilogambros (PUSH team) and Lara Seligman (PUSH team).
“The Discovery is flying over DC today! Keep an eye to the sky between 10 & 11am when it’s supposed to fly over the National Mall. Snap a pic and submit it to email@example.com.”