Google Employees Demand Company Stop Work On U.S. Military ProjectOver 3,000 employees at Google have signed an open letter to the company's leadership urging them to drop out of the Pentagon's project to equip drones with artificial intelligence.
Air Force Studying Falcons To Create A Drone-Killing RobotResearchers at Oxford University have found that the feathered predators have a simple system of aerial hunting that the government hopes to apply to a new generation of drones
Anti-Drone Protesters Rally at Creech Air Force BaseAnti-drone activists are protesting at an Air Force Base 40 miles north of Las Vegas where two demonstrators were arrested for blocking an entrance gate last week.
Drone Attempts To Drop Drugs, Cell Phones Into A PrisonThe high-tech smugglers successfully delivered cell phones on a previous drop, but failed to complete a drop with much more malicious materials inside.
Nevada Highway Patrol Making Drones Its Eye in the SkyThe Nevada Highway Patrol is unveiling a program to use flying drones as an eye in the sky over crash scenes.
Nevada Drone Institute Sees Broad Horizons with FAA RuleOfficials in Nevada say they see broad horizons for the unmanned aerial systems industry following the recent posting of federal aviation rules designed for small drone aircraft.
Passenger-Carrying Drone Company Chooses Nevada as Test SiteA company that manufactures passenger-carrying drones will be testing its system in Nevada.
New Federal Regulations for Drone FlyingIf you are expecting a drone for Christmas, there are some new federal regulations that require you to take action prior to flying it.
28-Pound Bundle Of Marijuana Falls Through Roof Of Arizona HomeResidents of an Arizona home were in for a surprise after a 28-pound bundle of marijuana crashed through their roof.
FAA Chief Promising Nevada Meeting On Drone Aircraft RulesThe head of the Federal Aviation Administration says a meeting about proposed drone aircraft rules and regulations will be held in Nevada by the end of the year.
Drone Company Gets FAA ApprovalA new aerial data services company has received FAA approval to operate drones for electronic news gathering.
FAA Issues 'No Drone Zone' Warning For Super BowlThe Federal Aviation Administration is issuing a stern warning to hobbyists who may want to get an up-close view of the Super Bowl using an unmanned drone: Do it and you may end up in jail.

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