Senator Marco Rubio seeks to overturn D.C. gun law

There is a senator going after a DC law, and no, it is not Ted Cruz. This time, it is Senator Marco Rubio who is attempting to not only overturn all of DC’s gun laws, which are some… Read More


Senator Ted Cruz seeks to overturn two D.C. laws

Senator Ted Cruz is seeking to overturn two DC acts, the Reproductive Health Non-Discrimination Act and Human Rights Amendment Act, on the basis that they violate religious freedom. The Non-Discrimination Act prohibits employers from discriminating against those who… Read More


D.C. tries to become nation’s next technology hub

DC mayor Muriel Bowser is on a quest to make this city a national technology center. She plans on accomplishing this small feat by spending 350,000 dollars to rent out Crave, a restaurant and sushi bar next to… Read More


DC to get new Bible museum

Vox has an important question to ask: who was the greatest financier in the Bible? Noah: he was floating his stock while everyone was in liquidation. Okay, so maybe that was a lame joke. But do you know… Read More

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Serving Up: Captain Cookie and the Milkman strike again

Last Friday on freezing Feb. 13, as Vox likes to refer to it, she had the chance to visit the newly opened Captain Cookie and the Milkman. Located in Foggy Bottom, Captain Cookie began as a truck and… Read More


D.C. human rights report reveals 41 percent increase in discrimination

The District of Columbia Office of Human Rights (OHR) has reported a 41 percent increase in cases of discrimination in 2014. OHR, under the leadership of Mónica Palacio, is an organization that seeks to end discrimination through policy… Read More


New PAC challenges Congress’ block of marijuana

Although D.C. voted to legalize marijuana last November with Initiative 71, members of Congress are attempting to prevent the passage of this legislation. This led Justin Robinson, a D.C. native, to organize a grassroots campaign called “Not Your… Read More


Pope Francis coming to D.C. fall of 2015

Earlier this week, Pope Francis confirmed his plans to visit D.C. this fall as part of a three-city trip to the U.S. Stops in New York City and in the Nation’s capital were added to the Pope’s already… Read More


“Books from Birth” hopes to address education disparity in D.C.

Earlier this week at a Southeast Neighborhood Library, D.C. Council Member Charles Allen introduced the creation of a bill that would mail a book a month to every child under the age of five in the District as part… Read More


Looking for work after graduation? D.C. might not be a bad place to stay

According to DCist in an article they published earlier this week, Washington DC ranks at 17th on the list of best cities to find jobs in the United Sates. “Best Cities for Job Seekers in 2015” was put… Read More