So a district court suggests in a challenge to a Texas statute that limits drone photography that "surveil[s]" private property—but that exempts similar surveillance by academics and certain others,
Peace Candidate Donald Trump Threatens Massive Retaliation Against Iran in Response to Rumored Assassination Plot
The president promised that any attack by Iran against the United States would be met with a response "1,000 times greater in magnitude!"
America has been lagging behind other countries.
The president’s accidental vision of a war-free second term.
The government granted a temporary waiver allowing drone-based deliveries of medical supplies in North Carolina. That shouldn't end when the pandemic does.
Westport won’t be using tech to monitor people’s body temperatures or whether they’re properly social distancing.
But without specifying an actual cybersecurity risk, the policy comes off looking like a wasteful protectionist maneuver that will likely put human pilots back in riskier situations.
Killing the longtime chief of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard can't be good for avoiding another Middle Eastern war.
The Drone Integration and Zoning Act seeks to expand private property rights and give localities more say in airspace regulation.
The war on terror leaves more dead civilians in its wake.
Open warfare between Iran and Saudi Arabia would be far worse than this weekend's attacks.
He Helped Reveal How U.S. Drone Strikes Were Killing Innocents. The Feds Just Charged Him With Espionage.
Another intelligence analyst who leaked important information to the public is treated like a traitor.
Get food, coffee, medicine, and golf balls (if your aim is just that bad).
A soldier died in Afghanistan over the Thanksgiving holiday. Why are we still there?
Plus: why Gary Johnson will be good for the Senate, "toxic culture" at the TSA, the dismissal of an anti-FOSTA lawsuit, and a new economic freedom index.
You Might Have a 'Uniquely Compelling' Reason to Find Out Whether Your Government Has Placed You on a Kill List
Bilal Abdul Kareem has been nearly droned in Syria five times already. A federal judge agrees his lawsuit over the matter can proceed.
From DIY guns to designer drugs, classic-car parts, and human livers, 3D printing promises a dynamic and uncontrollable world.
Rahm Emanuel wants to do the thing that critics of drone surveillance fear most.
Obama's shamefully weak stab at transparency has been abandoned.
"We want people to come here and have a good time and to feel safe."
Are smart Roombas booby-trapped with bombs in our future?
Cop tech can facilitate better policing, but it urgently needs more oversight.
The Department of Transportation will experiment with expanding what commercial uses are allowed.
Activists fear secret surveillance. Push for firmly enforced rules instead of bans.
Now that it's in Trump's hands, even the illusion of responsibility is fading.
Hobbyists freed from shackles of new FAA regulations.
Data journalist details five-year fight to make information more available.
Reports show possible loosening of restrictions on strikes, more CIA participation.
FAA regulations thwart progress on drone use
The global war on terror never missed a beat.
Obama Administration's 2016 U.S. Kill Count Outside "Hostile Areas" at 432 to 442, Including Just 1 'Non-Combatant'
Official government count of "non-combatant" deaths under Obama is between 66 and 118. Other estimates are north of 400.
Thaddeus Russell delivers the foreign-policy outrage, correctives on progressives' carceral policies, and an anguished review of Hamilton.
A speech on respecting rule of law and transparency from an administration that did neither.
Obama's legacy of expanding executive branch power now includes "limitless targeting" anywhere in the world.
The president-elect has said he wants to continue with strikes against terrorists, but to what degree?
Students even get a chance to pitch to investors.
Great accomplishment in the history of human flight, or the greatest accomplishment in the history of human flight?
We'll have to keep dreaming about the day the Tacocopter will forever change the way humans fulfill their cravings for Mexican food.
While regulations hold companies back in the United States, other countries are serving as laboratories for drone innovation and research.
Gun violence, police abuse, and feminism loom large in pop-up art exhibit at DNC