Every Wednesday, we bring you the most important and amusing news stories of the past week. This week: Republicans finally break through on healthcare.
As The Who always said: meet the new bosses, who are largely the same as the old bosses, but with a few changes and also some people missing because of delayed votes.
Donald Trump shocked the world last night by scoring a major upset in the presidential election. Some other stuff happened, too. Here’s all the stuff that happened and why it happened the way it did.
Here’s some information, but with jokes! This is our complete guide to the 2016 election, including information on the presidential election, Senate races, House races, and more. Let’s get started.
Every Wednesday, we bring you the most important and amusing news stories of the past week. This week: Megyn Kelly is “obsessed with sex” and our presidential candidates have a laugh at the Al Smith dinner.
There are 34 Senate seats up for grabs in this election – technically. The reality, of course, is that most of those seats are safe. New York isn’t about to trade in Chuck Schumer for a Republican, any more than Idaho is going to swap Mike Crapo for a liberal. But…
For the first time in his tenure as president, Barack Obama has seen one of his vetoes overridden by Congress.
The United States Senate is chock full of proud and stupid traditions. But it only has one that involves bean soup, at least as far as I know.