The international official investigating U.S. drone strikes all but called them an act of unwarranted aggression in Pakistan, and raised doubts that Washington can distinguish terrorists from average Pakistanis.
President Barack Obama, who vastly expanded U.S. drone strikes against terrorism suspects overseas under the cloak of secrecy, is now openly seeking to influence global guidelines for their use as China and other countries pursue their own drone programs.
Virginia is close to instituting a two-year ban on the use of drones, even as state officials lobby the federal government to become one of six new sites nationally where the controversial technology would be tested.
An investigation by the Bureau of Investigative Journalism and published in the Independent has established that since 2010 the Home Secretary Theresa May has revoked the passports of 16 individuals many of whom are alleged to have had links to militant or terrorist groups.
The promotional video for a surveillance drone now being purchased by law enforcement bodies across the country with the aid of DHS funding shows a UAV spying on a private gun sale, falsely depicting the scenario as a criminal activity.
Sorry, Sushi/Massage Guru at Google: you no longer have the coolest tech job in America. That honor will belong to the future staff at the planned Point Mugu UAV installation in paradisiacal California.
President Barack Obama said Friday that about 100 American troops have been deployed to the African nation of Niger. Two U.S. defense officials said the troops would be setting up a base for unarmed drones to conduct surveillance.
Public thirst is growing for more information about the Obama administration’s death-by-drone program and what can be done to ensure US policies do not authorize unlawful killings— whether of a US citizen or anyone else.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says he will block John Brennan's confirmation for CIA Director until the White House releases the drone surveillance footage of the Benghazi attack and the "emails on talking points that falsely claimed the attack was...
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