A U.S. drone strike kills Osama bin Laden’s former deputy in Kabul. Were the Taliban providing sanctuary? View original article at Wall Street Journal
The lack of Americans on the ground makes drone strikes likelier to go wrong. View original article at Wall Street Journal
Evidence builds that the U.S. killed 10 innocents on Aug. 29 in Kabul. View original article at Wall Street Journal
Dubai International Airport, the world’s busiest international hub, briefly suspended flights because of the suspected presence of a drone, the latest in a string of global airports to have to ground...
The FAA halted all airplane arrivals into Newark Liberty International Airport for about 30 minutes Tuesday evening after a drone was spotted near another New Jersey airport. View original article at Wall Street Journal
Federal air-safety regulators for the first time proposed allowing small drones to routinely fly over crowds of people and at night. View original article at Wall Street Journal
The British government plans to bolster counterdrone efforts and expand police enforcement against the misuse of unmanned aircraft after such devices caused massive disruptions at one of the country’s largest airports....
Despite world-wide concerns about unmanned aircraft buzzing around airports, suppliers of commercial drone-detection equipment generally have been looking elsewhere for sales. View original article at Wall Street Journal
In one of the world’s most advanced drone-delivery tests, sunscreen and burritos arrived in minutes, as do complaints about the noise and mess. View original article at Wall Street Journal
U.K. police released without charge two suspects held for disruptions caused by drones at one of Europe’s busiest airports, highlighting the difficulty authorities face in combating the malicious use of unmanned...