Drones are letting film-makers go where no camera has gone before, but not every drone pilot can be the next Spielberg.
It's been some two weeks since Austin Haughwout posted his now-viral video of the drone.
The drone came within 330 feet of the plane as it was landing.
Militants targeted as Taliban peace talks produce no concrete resolutions.
After flying in the face of Polish laws, Dutch campaigners now want to deliver abortion medication to Ireland
A Dutch abortion-rights group tries to aid women in a country where the procedure is virtually illegal.
For all the technological advances in warfare, from drones to nukes, nothing has superseded the infantryman.
Nasir al-Wuhayshi was the head of Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula.
Salem, an imam, and Waleed, a police officer, were killed Aug. 29, 2012 in the eastern Yemeni village of Khashamir.
The Bureau of Investigative Journalism released their monthly tally of American drone strikes on Tuesday.
The family wants Germany to stop letting the U.S. use a base in Ramstein for drone strikes.
Unmanned aircraft could be used to spot migrants boats in trouble, helping to stop further tragedies.
Firefighters that protect the national park lands of Costa Rica have invested in drone technology to help survive this year's fire season.
Humanity is on the cusp of developing fully autonomous weapons capable of picking their own targets.
NYU pushes back after petition against appointment of defender of Obama's drone policy.
Five drones capable of releasing pepper spray purchased by Lucknow police force, according to a spokesman.
Moscow's spy agencies have started a campaign of bomb attacks to create panic and instability across Ukraine.
Facebook says the Unmanned Aerial Vehicle will be used to connect remote regions to the internet.
"He posed a major threat to the region and the international community and was connected to the West Gate Mall attack in Nairobi, Kenya."
The army chief of staff hailed the test on Friday on his official Twitter account as "a great national achievement."
Around 60 flights over Paris and nuclear plants since October as French government urges vigilance.
A new report confirmed five airstrikes that killed between 35 and 44 people in 2015.