Unidentified Drones Shut Down a Major London Airport (in Photos)
A series of drone sightings at London's Gatwick Airport caused over a hundred flights to be canceled or delayed as authorities struggled to respond to the potential danger.
Could Nodes and Drones Be the Future of Water Conservation?
A conversation with a biology professor about how technology could provide new insights into complex water systems.
Before Drones, We Used Airplanes for Home Delivery
Once upon a time, you could get all kinds of home goods delivered to your house in less than 30 minutes—as long as you lived near a golf course.
Obama Promised to Divulge More on Drones 6 Months Ago
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.
Drone Makers Gather to Defend Their Much-Maligned Machines
At a recent conference on drones, manufacturers argue that drones don’t kill; the people ordering them around do.
Does the U.S. Pay Families When Drones Kill Innocent Yemenis?
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.
Keeping a Human Finger on the Killer Robot's Trigger
The U.N. wants to hit pause on autonomous killing machines right now—before the robotic cat is out of the bag.
Human Rights Watch's Take on Obama's Drone Speech Is Worth Reading
Did you miss the president's important speech about the War on Terror? Here's the one response you should make some time for.