The presidential memo would allow exemptions from current safety rules so communities could move ahead with testing of drone operations.
Demonstrators are using protests to raise awareness of the expansion of drone bases across America.
Continuing the use of drone warfare will exacerbate foreign distrust of American intentions, playing into the hands of our opponents. Continuing the use of drone warfare will exacerbate foreign distrust of American intentions, playing into the hands of our opponents.
A group of Obama White House lawyers—who defended the U.S. bombing of Libya, drone wars and the “proxy” war against Syria—is suing Trump for failing to legally justify his attack on a Syrian air base.
As civic leaders in Syracuse and elsewhere embrace the expanding domestic involvement in drone warfare, mention of the human toll far away is almost taboo.
Abdulrahman al-Awlaki and his sister were children of the US-born Yemeni preacher Anwar al-Awlaki, whom the U assassinated with a drone in 2011.
At this late date, what might a president alarmed by his successor do, if not to hamper Trump's ability to create global mayhem, then at least to set the record straight before he leaves the White House?
Thousands of documents have exposed the inner workings of Hillary Clinton’s team and the symbiotic relationship it shares with some members of the press.
The president agrees with one of the most significant critiques of his drone war: that its precedent could encourage future presidents to engage comfortably in perpetual covert wars “all over the world" -- just as he did.
In a new interview, the Truthdig columnist explains how both political parties and the media are accountable for radical terrorism in America—and how it can be stopped.