The U.S. capital may be infamous for political dysfunction, but it seems the breakdown extends to its roads, too.
Poet and author Maya Angelou is irked by an inscription on the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial that she believes “minimizes the man.” (via Washington Post)
If you’re planning to fly this weekend, it’s best to check on your flight before you leave for the airport.
The restaurant may have Rogue in its name, but the joint certainly looks to keep its patrons in line.
You can’t get much for a dollar these days – but one group-buying website is bringing back the trend.
Did you get to the office this morning and fire up Facebook with your first cup of coffee? Your answer is more likely to be yes if you live in D.C. as opposed to El Paso, Tex.
A fiendish feud has erupted in London: two of the city’s scariest attractions are going head to head.
From Sarah Palin with a Hitler mustache to the Stewart-Colbert 2012 ticket, NewsFeed marvels at the top five signs from the Rally to Restore Sanity.
Hopefully that headline was objective enough.
We guess this makes it the “Green” House? (Yuk yuk yuk.)