Creep bugs woman with drone

In Capitol Hill Seattle's complaints blog, a woman has reported a stranger flying a drone near her house and refusing to leave. 

Space shuttle Discovery gets Washington flyby next week

Space shuttle Discovery is to have one last flight - piggybacking on a NASA aircraft to its final home at the Smithsonian Museum.

Congress wants new warning labels on video games

It seems like every few years a new bill surfaces in DC that attempts to ban so-called "violent" video games or relabel them with yet another, more intrusive rating system.

Apes go ape before Washington quake

Animals at the Washington National Zoo started behaving oddly minutes before Tuesday's magnitude 5.8 earthquake hit.

"F-You Washington" hashtag sparks a Twitter revolution

Blogger Jeff Jarvis seems to have cause quite the uproar on Twitter after sending out a tweet with the hashtag "F***YouWashington."

Weiner hack embarrasses outspoken congressman

Truthfully, I'm really not sure how New York Rep. Anthony Weiner didn't see this one coming - but hey, what do I know?

Is wind power a viable alternative energy source?

More evidence that clear, strong policies are key to renewable energy development came recently via the American Wind Energy Association (AWEA).

US cities vulnerable to earthquakes like New Zealand's

The conditions that caused the earthquake that hit New Zealand two days ago apply to many US cities, say experts.

Gay couple marries via Skype

A gay couple has made legal history by getting married via Skype - neatly circumventing Texas' ban on same-sex marriages.

White House optimizes Web site for iPad

In the week leading up to today's iPad launch, there was no shortage of announcements from companies, TV networks, and software publishers...but the most unexpected iPad announcement came from the White House.