On Dec. 12, 2013, a drone struck and killed 12 members of a wedding party in Yemen. If the U.S., which claims the strike was clean and justified, didn’t pony up the $800,000 in cash and guns as reparations, then who did?
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U.S. citizen Anwar al-Awlaki was killed in a drone strike in Yemen in 2011. Was the hit on his life based on faulty intelligence?
A federal appeals court in New York released a 2010 Justice Department memo on the targeted killing of Anwar al-Awlaki in Yemen following a lawsuit brought by the New York Times and the American Civil Liberties Union. Portions of the memo are redacted.
More than 2,000 Pakistanis have died in drone strikes since 2008.
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The U.S. and Yemen launch the biggest offensive against al-Qaeda in four years.
The denial comes after reports in Russian media.
Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte said at a Senate hearing on the commercial use of drones Wednesday that she worried they could be used in divorce cases for surveillance. She added that drones would be more intrusive than a private detective
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Rafiq ur Rehman brought his two children, who were also injured in the 2012 strike, to Capitol Hill to ask for answers.
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“To allege that … our government would drop a drone hellfire missile on Jane Fonda … that brings the conversation from a serious discussion about U.S. policy to the realm of the ridiculous.”
Senator Rand Paul filibusters vote on CIA director nominee John Brennan over the use of drones against Americans on U.S. soil. Here are the highlights.