Pets & Animals | Pets & Animals

Truckload of rescued chihuahuas to be put up for adoption in DC | WTOP

A truck full of 35 chihuahuas arrived at the Humane Rescue Alliance in Washington, D.C. on Monday, part of a massive rescue of 250 dogs from a breeder’s home in Mississippi.

Politics | Resources

How Much Does AIPAC Spend on Lobbying? Less Than Beer Sellers, Public Accountants, and Toyota

Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s controversial comments, repeatedly suggesting that the relationship between the United States and Israel is fueled by vast sums of lobbying money, have been condemned by several of her fellow Democrats. Still, her allegations

Politics | Malfeasance

12 Things You Need To Know About The Inspector General's DAMNING Report on The FBI's Hillary/Trump Conduct

The Department of Justice Inspector General’s report on the FBI’s handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation is a damning indictment. Despite its attempt to paint most of the actions of the FBI as inherently reasonable, they simply don’t co

News | NEWS

How The Congressional Baseball Shooting Didn't Become The Deadliest Political Assassination In American History

You don't know the whole story of how close we came to one of the deadliest political shootings in US history last year.

Politics | Politics

Trump hammers Comey before big interview

The president continues to dig at the former FBI director.

Politics | POLITICS

DC officially renames street in front of Russian embassy after slain Putin critic

The Washington, D.C. city council on Tuesday officially renamed a street in front of the Russian embassy in honor of a slain critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

Music | Music

The Mysterious Death Of A D.C. Punk And The $10,000 Reward That May Never Be Claimed

The guitarist Fred "Freak" Smith was an outsized figure within Washington, D.C.'s vibrant '80s hardcore punk scene. His descent and death, which remains a mystery, is an all-too common story.

News | News

Lincoln Memorial vandalized with explicit graffiti - ABC News

This isn't the first instance of vandalism at the memorial.

Music | Music

DC's Legendary Punk Label Dischord Records Makes Its Entire Music Catalog Free to Stream Online | Open Culture

Formed in 1980 by Minor Threat’s Ian MacKaye and his bandmate Jeff Nelson, Dischord is 6 years older than Sub Pop and in several ways it inspired a template for the West Coast.

Music | Music

DAG NASTY Black Cat Washington DC April 21 2016

'Values Here'/'I've Heard'/'Under Your Influence'/'Can I Say'/'Circles'/'All Ages Show'/'Cold Heart' (first time ever performed live)/'Trying'/'Safe'

Music | Music

Bad Brains Documentary

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Bad Brains - Right Brigade


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The State Of D.C. Hardcore

Once young and scrappy by necessity, D.C.'s homegrown punk scene is reaching something like maturity. Unknown Threat, Stand Off and Stuck Pigs are among the newest bands to challenge the pit.

Politics | Interesting Links

How Obama Dumped Hagel - Glenn Thrush - POLITICO Magazine

When President Obama first summoned Chuck Hagel to the Oval Office in October, he wanted to know how his Pentagon chief planned to cope with the dangerous new threat posed by the Islamic State that had drawn the reluctant president back into war in the Mi