The Tea Party returns with a vengeance when Eric Cantor loses his seat to challenger David Brat.
Republican Eric Cantor loses the Virginia primary due to his liberal stance on immigration.
In an election shocker, Eric Cantor loses the Republican primary to a handsome newcomer.
Stephen examines the state of Virginia, and biologist Edward O. Wilson speaks up for ants.
Rep. Bobby Scott defends his lack of American flag tattoos and argues in favor of clean tap water.
Former Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and his wife face corruption charges.
Bill de Blasio, Terry McAuliffe and Chris Christie each win their elections.
Al Madrigal helps Virginians decide between cancer and a heart attack.
Parts of Rand Paul's speech are nearly identical to Wikipedia's "Gattaca" entry.
The Arlington County Detention Facility gets a four-star rating on Yelp.
Virginia Republican gubernatorial candidate Ken Cuccinelli is a penile traditionalist.
Virginia prepares to repeal a 136-year-old law banning unmarried cohabitation.
On MLK Day, Republicans redraw district lines to make eight districts more heavily Republican.
The GOP wants to take its gerrymandering game to the presidential level.
Stephen Colbert faces the election semi-blind and covered in placenta.
Mitt Romney uses Colbert Super PAC's slogan, and Maya Angelou e-mails Barack Obama supporters.
GOP campaign worker Colin Small throws out eight completed voter registration forms.
Statistician Nate Silver explains the slightly creepy ways campaigns target swing state voters.
Al Madrigal reports from a college "rally" where young Obama supporters are fired up and ready to go.
Kristen Schaal believes that Republican policies on women's health make for great stand-up comedy.