Hundreds of heavily-redacted documents shed new light on the scope of the Bureau's aerial surveillance ambitions.
Articles by Shawn Musgrave
Jeff Bezos can make as many stunty announcements and promos as his stockholders can gobble up, but it won’t hasten the day when drones eliminate the need to leave your house for soap.
It's an open secret that New York's finest are eyeing unmanned aircraft for surveillance work. We asked them for details, but got the run around.
You may have some questions about drones. We've got some answers.
Lax oversight and lack of departmental coordination are precisely what landed police in Brunswick, Georgia, the Justice Department money to buy its drone without any of the pesky oversight or requisite approvals.
These are the drones we’re looking for: ALL of them.
The NYPD records office is notorious among reporters for being about as transparent as a bank vault.
License plate scanners are deployed across the country, but just try asking for the databases.
An espionage law from WWI criminalizes publishing classified information.
With Mueller officially putting drone use on record, and with a bit of FOIA prodding, hopefully the FBI will glance through their filing cabinets a second time.