A drone was hovering overhead all morning. There were one or two of them. One of the missiles hit the car. The car was totally burned. Four other cars were […]
In fewer than two weeks, Hellfire missiles launched by U.S. drones have killed at least 31 people in Yemen. At least 14 of the victims were believed by President Obama — […]
When you are sitting in the highest places of a stadium and it is said, almost to console the distance from the field, “however, as you can clearly see the […]
By Tim Fernholz The immigration bill that aims to solve America’s unauthorized immigration problem and clogged visa system is almost through the Senate. The only thing left to do is hand out jobs […]
President Obama pledges to restrict the use of killer drones to missions against America’s enemies overseas. Now lawmakers on Capitol Hill need to apply restrictions on drones capable of spying […]
By: Matt Williams President Barack Obama will use a major speech on counter-terrorism this week to address the failure to shut down Guantánamo Bay and push the legal case for targeted drone […]
One afternoon last fall at Fort Benning, Ga., two model-size planes took off, climbed to 800 and 1,000 feet, and began criss-crossing the military base in search of an orange, […]
Thirty people protesting against unmanned aerial drones outside Hancock Field Air Force National Guard Base have been arrested.
Next year’s Boston Marathon could be watched over by drones. The city’s police commissioner, Ed Davis, told the Boston Herald that using the aerial surveillance technology during next year’s race is […]
BY ASKIA MUHAMMAD More than 1,000 anti-war activists turned out in full regalia April 13 to send President Barack Obama a message: Take the “drones out of Africa; drones out of […]
Under pressure, Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel has canceled the creation of a new military medal for drone operators and cyberwarriors, instead ordering military leaders to develop a pin or device that would […]
WASHINGTON – A former US State Department official has warned that the next Pakistan government emerging from May elections will demand an end to American drone strikes on their territory.
By: Alexander James Green It’s a hot 22°C June day in Miranshah – a town in the tribal region of Waziristan in northwest Pakistan – and, for two young lovers, […]
Among the plethora of worries that plagued the Obama administration weeks before the election, chief among them may have been leaving behind an “amorphous” drone-strike program to a successor.