Somewhere over the rainbow in a land called Ohio, the Buckeyes created another amazing halftime show.
During Saturday’s big game, the Ohio State Marching Band performed choreography inspired by The Wizard of Oz in honor of the movie’s 75th anniversary. The tribute included a tornado, scarecrow, the Emerald City and a little (actually, gigantic) dog, too.

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The Wirecutter spent over 35 hours of research and conducted dozens of flights to determine the best drone for your dollar.Dozens of pre-assembled consumer drones are now available between $200 and $9,000, and we looked into virtually all of them. After 35 hours of research and dozens of flights, we had to agree with the opinions of most experts and everyday users: For aerial photography, videography, and generally having fun, the DJI Phantom 2 Vision+ is the best is the best drone for most people, from first-time flyers to experienced novices.Read Full Story

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A US judge fines a Dutch tourist for crashing a drone into a hot spring in Wyoming’s Yellowstone National Park.

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Sometimes, all you need is a drone and a cheesy rock ballad to show the world what democracy looks like
This mesmerizing footage, captured by drone Monday night in Hong Kong, shows a massive crowd of demonstrators making their way through the city’s financial district. The protesters are calling for democratic elections in the city and for the resignation of Hong Kong’s chief executive, Leung Chun-ying.

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California Gov. Jerry Brown vetoed a bill Sunday that would have required police to get warrants for drone surveillance, underscoring a wider debate over drones and privacy.

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