We filed a FOIA request for all records the FBI had on Warren Weinstein, a US aid worker killed in a top-secret CIA drone strike in Pakistan. Our request was initially denied; we appealed. Here's what we found.
The future is now.
The drones are only in New Zealand right now, but the sun may soon be darkened by flying pizza boxes all around the world.
AIRWARS is fighting to keep a tally of the civilian victims of the war being waged on the Islamic State from above.
This morning, the victim of an apparent murder-suicide on the UCLA campus has been identified, Saudi Arabia invests $3.5 billion in Uber, marijuana-infused edibles are legal in Oregon, and more.
Are they the future, or are they just an air disaster waiting to happen?
Drones, 3D holograms, cameras with body heat detection, and a 360-degree radar surveillance.
I went to Glasgow to watch 'Robot Wars' being filmed and saw nine minutes of old-fashioned robots sort of hurting one another.
The technology could reduce the time it takes to get an HIV diagnosis from months to days.
America relies on immigrants to do the grunt work. So what happens when machines are able to take over menial labor?
We asked an expert about all the new technologies that supposedly make piloting a plane more hazardous.
You'd think they'd be able to smash up a drone with ease, but perhaps we're underestimating the drones.
This morning, Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton win victories in the Iowa caucuses, Jordan has claimed it is at "boiling point" because of the number of Syrian refugees arriving, Google tops Apple as the world's biggest company, and more.
This morning, Palin is backing Trump, 20 people have have been shot in northwest Pakistan in a Taliban gun attack, Danish nightclubs are attempting to ban migrants, and more.
A roundup of which nation-states humankind should be worried about this year.
"How can something so wonderful turn into such a mess?!"
We spoke to George Gittoes, whose astonishing new documentary, Snow Monkey, is like The Act of Killing meets The Wolfpack meets Lawrence of Arabia—with the Taliban and ISIS thrown in.
The barrier will be equipped with an electronic sensor system, observation towers, and drones. But can Tunisia keep out an enemy that has already found its way inside?
The online magazine dropped an eight-part series based on information provided by an anonymous whistleblower.
Sure, we'd all like to see Putin take on the Islamic State in a steel cage—but we asked an expert what he wants, realistically.
Is the UK following America's lead when it comes to bombing countries it's technically not at war with?
A new bill bans only lethal weapons from being placed on the flying machines.
How Brandon Bryant became an advocate against the use of unmanned combat drones.
what are people on about when they talk about "Triton"? What's a "Eurosur"? Why is Dublin making regulations governing anything?