Happy last week of summer!
After The Washington Post wrote about one ambassador nominee's long wait for confirmation, the Senate voted. Others in his same position continue to wait in limbo.
Most of you couldn't resist the obvious phallic joke, but kept it clean. Well, mostly.
Federal ethics rules do not allow government officials to participate in the ALS charity challenge.
Mark Kelly, husband of Gabby Giffords, says he hopes one day they and LaPierre can find more to agree upon.
Sen. Bernie Sanders gets angry when constituents yell over him when he's explaining his position on Israel.
An intern at CSIS tweeted a rude message to Amnesty International, reminding us that social media mistakes are often the cause of the poor intern.
A petition to the White House asks for a law requiring all police to wear cameras.
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel picks former staffer Rexon Ryu as his new right hand man.
The 43rd president doesn't spend a lot of time in Washington, but when he does it's usually for global initiatives.