Police are increasingly using drones in high risk situations but some fear a loss of privacy and say law enforcement is going too far.
Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos is getting some competition from the Smithsonian Institution in testing personal delivery drones for the future.
A small, four-rotor drone hovered over Washington Nationals players for a few days during spring training in Florida last month, taking publicity photos impossible for a human photographer to capture. But no one got the Federal Aviation Administration’s permission first.
Many of you are going online for Cyber Monday deals. In the future, you could have those purchases in minutes… using drones. It’s part of an ambitious new plan from Amazon.
The governors of Maryland, Virginia and New Jersey have thrown their support behind three universities’ applications to collaborate on a test site for drones.
Drones built for surveillance are being converted into hurricane hunters. It’s a NASA program operating south of Ocean City.
Drones can be used for more than military maneuvers to fight terrorists abroad. Now police, the weather service and even private businesses are exploring the use of drones right here in the United States. But could these “eyes in the sky” see more than they’re supposed to?
An unmanned aircraft crashed into the Eastern Shore. As the wreckage is cleared, questions are being raised about the safety of drones.
Opponents of America’s use of unmanned aircraft against terrorism suspects are targeting Maryland politicians and the Group of Eight economic summit at Camp David.