Drone World

Before the U.S. invaded Afghanistan in 2001, around 82,000 hectares of Afghanistan cultivated poppy, the plant that produces opium which can be turned into heroin and other opiates. United Nations and...

The Pentagon's long-awaited report on UFOs details 143 sightings of aerial objects that cannot be explained. Titled “Preliminary Assessment: Unidentified Aerial Phenomena,” the report is a product of the Office of...

Recent volcanic eruptions on St. Vincent and Iceland caused no direct fatalities because they were predicted in advance, which is mainly possible because it’s easy for people to see a large...

The Central Intelligence Agency tweeted for the first time on January 6, 2014. “We can neither confirm nor deny that this is our first tweet,” it said. As of this writing,...

Michigan millionaire Marty Tibbitts lived a dream life. He was the CEO of a successful business and a flight hobbyist who founded the World Heritage Aviation Museum in Detroit. But the...

The Army wants to develop a new kind of laser weapon that would cut through armor, blind computer sensors, and disrupt electronics. The Army asked for help developing the weapon on...

After several years of escalating tension between workers and management at Google, Google workers have publicly launched a  unionization effort—a critical step in an industry where labor has become increasingly organized....

Canada’s busiest airports, railways, and maritime ports have partnered with border security agencies and corporations on a proposal to roll out facial recognition for travellers to the United States, with the...

Thousands of protesters are filling the streets of American cities to protest the police killing of George Floyd, an unarmed black man, and police brutality writ large. Police officers have shown...

In 2014, Tehran hackers crippled the casinos of outspoken billionaire conservative and big-time President Trump donor Sheldon Adelson after he suggested the U.S. nuke Iran. Now, in the wake of Trump’s...