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Emails in Clinton Probe Discussed Planned Pakistani Drone Strikes
The messages are part of a secret deal that gave the State Department a say in whether
drone strikes should proceed.
Brooklyn Teacher Crashes Drone Into Stands During U.S. Open Match
The seats were empty, so no one was hurt.
Amazon Drones Are Part of Jeff Bezos’s Pre-Lobbying Strategy
They’re not meant for customers.
The Sky Will Soon Be Filled With Journalism Drones
Welcome to Alec Baldwin’s worst nightmare.
Al-Awlaki Asks Why 16-Year-Old Grandson Was Killed by Drone Strike
He’s filed a lawsuit seeking “answers and accountability.”
CIA’s Inexact Drone Targeting Pretty Well-Established at This Point
does so again.
Obama Guards His Left Over Terrorism
Hawkish policies are now a political liability for the first time since 9/11.
Obama Will Slow Down Drone Strikes But Keep Control
The war on terror isn’t forever, but it’s also not over.
Obama Admits to Killing Americans With Drones
The Justice Department formally acknowledged killing four Americans abroad.
Report: CIA’s Drone Program in Pakistan Began With Assassination Deal
The Americans agreed to kill a Pakistani militant in exchange for permission to conduct more targeted killings.
John Brennan to Face a Grilling Despite Obama’s Last-Minute Help [Updated]
There are still plenty of questions for John Brennan.
Why the New York
Outed a Secret U.S. Drone Base Now
CIA Has Secret Drone Base in Saudi Arabia
Critics of the policy are planning a showdown.
Leaked Memo Shows Rules for Killing Americans With Drones Are Pretty Vague
Imminent threat” gets a new definition.
Report: U.S. Government Is Drafting a Drone Strike Rulebook
Better late than never?
Pretty Much Every Other Country Hates the Drone War
Should the United States care?
Obama’s Self-Serving Drone Policy
Or at least every “military-age male.”