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Popular Science's Best Of What's New 2010 list includes bicycle tires that don't go flat and a tiny computer mouse.
Slug drivers say police have been enforcing the District's no-stopping zone law and ticketing them for picking up carpoolers. Metropolitan Police Chief Cathy Lanier says police haven't changed what they normally do.
Traffic would be jammed onto a single-lane ramp on one stretch of the Fairfax County Parkway.
Travel companies are moving further into the realm of "augmented reality," a feature which allows users to experience a destination before visiting, or learning more about a landmark by pointing your phone's camera toward it.
The chief of the Pentagon police says the gunman who shot two Pentagon police officers was well armed and probably acted alone. He says John Patrick Bedell had two 9 millimeter semiautomatic weapons and several magazines of ammunition, and also had more ammunition in his car. Bedell was shot dead after grazing the officers.
WTOP's Kristi King talks to NASA's Jim Irons.
Go ahead, pile those toppings on your summer hot dogs: Condiments can have hidden health benefits.
Don't say you weren't warned. Police in Virginia and Maryland are saturating the highways Tuesday, looking for High Occupancy Vehicle violators.
The sleep position your body likes best is on your back.
Vultures have keen eyes and a highly developed sense of smell. And police in Germany think they might be the answer to finding bodies hidden in difficult terrain.