Creator Of 'F*ck ISIS' Cocktail Takes Boozy Vision Of Middle East To DC

Daily Caller News Foundation | Ivan Plis
Photo of a drink at The Green Zone, a cocktail bar in Washington, D.C. Used with permission.

‘How do I make a cocktail that makes sense for the Middle East?’

Inhofe: EPA's Trying To Regulate Sewers

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) holds a press roundtable on Capitol Hill on January 7, 2015 in Washington, DC. Inhofe is expected to soon be named chair of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee. (Photo by Andrew Harnik for The Washington Post via Getty Images)

‘Under your radical expansion of federal regulatory authority, these sewer and stormwater systems could now be regulated’

Should DC, Kansas City And Long Beach Pass A Living Wage?

Daily Caller News Foundation | Connor D. Wolf
U.S. Senator Sanders holds news conference after announcing his candidacy for the 2016 Democratic presidential nomination, on Capitol Hill in Washington

Where will the next living wage pass?

Clinton's Solar Plan Could Barely Power US Homes For Over A Month

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton makes remarks during her meeting with Ukraine's Foreign Minister Petro Poroshenko at the State Department in Washington, December 9, 2009.  REUTERS/Jim Young (UNITED STATES POLITICS) - RTXRNSO

And that’s only when the sun is shining

NY Approves World's First Global Warming Museum

Daily Caller News Foundation | Michael Bastasch
The "Celestial Canopy" is seen at an exhibition at the POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews in Warsaw

‘It seemed like such an obvious thing for us as a city and a people to have’

DC Gov't To Get Wind Power From Obama-Backed Company

Business | Michael Bastasch
DC Mayor Muriel Bowser

Mayor Bowser Wants 50% Green Energy By 2032

Obama Finds It's Surprisingly Tough To Eliminate His Wage Gap

Business | Blake Neff
Barack Obama signs executive actions aimed at equal pay for women at the White House in Washington

Women still earn 16% less than men in White House