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A Texas film has revealed an app controlled security drone that can zap intruders with an 80,000 volt taser dart. But Human operators still have to sanction any attack – for now.
Web firm, Chaotic Moon studios, has created a drone that uses a taser instead of missiles, in what could be a policeman’s new best friend in the battle against crime.
It’s called CUPID, but…
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Authorities have begun to search for Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 bound for Beijing after air traffic controllers lost contact with the airliner carrying 227 passengers and 12 crew members early Saturday morning, the airline said.
Malaysia Airlines said flight MH370 lost touch with Subang Air Traffic Control around 02:40…
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Secretary of State John Kerry at Verkhovna Rada with acting President Oleksandr Turchynov and PM Arseniy Yatsenyuk (Image credit: usembassykyiv/Flickr)
Events in Ukraine continue to rapidly evolve with Russian forces beginning air defense drills and the reported seizure of a military base by Russian forces.
Read our latest: “Ukraine updates: U.S. sending jets, increasing NATO…
Russia’s President Vladimir Putin (AFP Photo / Yuri Kadobnov)
The Pentagon has spent hundreds of thousands of dollars in recent years so that researchers can study the body movements of foreign leaders, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, in hopes of predicting future behavior.
An articlepublished by USA Today reporter Ray Locker on Thursday and corroborated by documents discovered by RT…
US President Barack Obama (AFP Photo / Brendan Smialowski)
After authorizing sanctions against Russia early Thursday, United States President Barack Obama said during a surprise White House press conference that a referendum being considered in Crimea would violate international law if approved.
“The proposed referendum on the future of Crimea would violate the Ukrainian constitution and…
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EU leaders have threatened Russia with sanctions, which could include visa bans, asset freezes and various economic restrictions unless it engages in direct talks with the coup-appointed Ukrainian government.
As a first step, the EU has halted G8 summit preparations and visa-free talks with Russia.
The European Council President, Herman Van Rompuy, on Thursday warned…
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F-15s flying over Montana (Image credit: Major Tim Crowe, Montana National Guard Public Affairs Office/Flickr)
The United States has dispatched six fighter jets and one refueling aircraft to Lithuania, part of a larger expansion of the NATO presence in the Baltic in response to Russian moves in Ukraine.
Read our latest: “U.S. pledges $1 billion in aid to Ukraine, threatens…
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More than 100,000 individuals in Maryland could become disqualified from owning their registered gun under a bill currently under consideration by state lawmakers.
According to the Associated Press, the Maryland House of Delegates is debating a proposal that would link the state’s gun and criminal registries, enabling law enforcement officials to more effectively seize…
The aircraft carrier USS George H. W. Bush (Reuters / Lt. Juan David Guerra)
Turkey has given a US Navy Warship the green light to pass through the Bosphorus within the next two days as tensions in Ukraine’s Crimea region continue to divide world powers.
Turkish sources, speaking with the Hurriyet Daily News on Wednesday, declined to elaborate on the name of the US warship. The same officials…
U.S. General Keith Alexander (Reuters / Jason Reed)
The head of the National Security Agency, General Keith Alexander, alluded to unspecified legislation on media leaks as being forthcoming, potentially within weeks, during remarks at a cybersecurity panel on Tuesday.
During an event at Georgetown University Alexander commented that leaks by former NSA contractor by Edward Snowden, which have…