Scrolling around Washington, DC, a couple of tiles look a little funny. The satellite tiles have a copyright watermark, which is fair enough. But the White House and Capitol office buildings are fuzzed out, or hinted at, rather than shown at full detail. (And these maps do show a lot of detail. Just look at the trees.)
I'm not sure how I feel about this. On the one hand, there's no reason to hide this information; if you are sufficiently determined to launch an attack on Washington DC from above (and incur the swift and immediate wrath of half the military aircraft on the Eastern Seaboard), you should be able to spot the Capitol dome by looking for the, um, Capitol dome. (The White House is naturally camouflaged and survived one attack; let's hope it doesn't have to survive another.)
On the other hand, if you're sufficiently determined to launch an aerial attack on DC, there's no reason why Google should make it easier for you.
: Thank you, Thomas Jefferson