Who can be targeted, what's the precise legal rationale behind strikes, does the U.S. compensate for civilian casualties, and other questions we still have about America's ongoing drone war.
At a recent conference on drones, manufacturers argue that drones don’t kill; the people ordering them around do.
Critics, including some who’ve worked on enforcing arms export laws, say the changes could undermine efforts to prevent arms smuggling to Iran and others.
Last year a bipartisan effort to force more transparency about military aid failed after objections from the Pentagon. Will the same thing happen this year?
They were only in grade school when the World Trade Center fell.
We requested information on how the U.S. handles condolence payments for civilian drone strike deaths in Yemen. But the military won’t reveal a thing.
President Obama has repeatedly said the U.S. is targeting Al Qaeda and “associated forces.” But the government won’t say who those forces are.