Obama Promised To Divulge More On Drones But Here’s What We Still Don’t Know November 6, 2013
The exact number of casualties and precise rationale of the U.S. drone strikes remain uncertain, but the information we do know came through leaks and independent reporting.
Drone Makers Gather To Defend Their Much-Maligned Machines By Cora Currier
Far beyond their military uses, drones could pollinate crops, help firefighters or assist families.
In Big Win For Defense Industry, Obama Rolls Back Limits On Arms Exports By Cora Currier
Thousands of parts of military aircraft will be able to be sent to almost any country in the world, now with minimal oversight.
Does The US Pay Families When Drones Kill Innocent Yemenis? By Cora Currier
The military is refusing to release details about what happens when civilians are harmed in drone strikes.
Despite New Pledges Of Transparency, US Silent On Latest Civilian Death In Drone Strike By Cora Currier
On June 9, a U.S. drone fired on a vehicle in a remote province of Yemen and killed several militants and a 10-year-old boy.
Were Taliban POWs Massacred In 2001? No Word Years After US Pledged To Investigate By Cora Currier
President Obama pledged to “collect the facts” on the death of Taliban prisoners of war at the hands of U.S.-allied Afghan forces.
Hunger Strikes And Indefinite Detention: A Rundown On What’s Going On At Gitmo By Cora Currier
Gitmo Defense Lawyers Say Somebody Has Been Accessing Their Emails By Cora Currier
Hearts, Minds and Dollars: Condolence Payments In The Drone Strike Age By Cora Currier