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Congressional Hearing Offers A Sneak Peek At The Future Of Domestic Drone Rules
As regulators look at how to allow drones into American airspace, their concerns now will shape our skies tomorrow.
Report: Army Cancels Hybrid Airship Project [Updated]
Once seen as the future of surveillance, the Long-Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle has been terminated, InsideDefense.com reports. Is the military airship revival drawing to a close?
What The New Drone Medal Reveals About Mental Health In The Military
A new medal for drone pilots raises questions about heroism and how combat is experienced.
Cyber Command Is Hiring Big Time
While most of the US military is bracing itself for the belt-tightening that will come with scheduled budget cuts, Cyber...
Why Obama’s Executive Order On Cyberdefense Is So Important
Obama talked about the need for cyberdefense during the State of the Union Address last night. It's high time: America has been playing offense for years, now it's time to play defense.
How Did We Know North Korea Tested A Nuke?
When North Korea tests a new nuclear weapon, seismographs are the first to know.
Fact Check: Ex-Cop Fugitive Christopher Dorner Is Not Being Hunted By Drones
A tale of drones hunting Dorner may have made headlines, but it isn't true. What is true is that police have used drones to hunt suspects before.
Stop Calling It The Drone Memo
The United States uses a whole arsenal of tools to carry out the targeted killing policy detailed in a recent DOJ memo. Why is everyone focusing on drones?
How To Design A Drone-Proof City
Conceptual artist and law student Asher J. Kohn envisions a gated community as a sanctuary from drones.