The U.S. military launched six drone strikes against Islamic State positions in Libya on Friday, months after militants were driven from safe havens there.
There is a new fear that keeps counter-terrorism officials up at night: Extremists might use drones to drop dirty bombs or poison on Western cities.
New problem: Drones seized near the US-Mexico border are capable of carrying up to 33 pounds, and one hauled a 13-pound package of meth nearly 2,000 yards.
A reputed Tunisian citizen named Fadhel Mensi, aka Abu Yusri Al Tunisi, is ISIS's drone engineer, according to a Dubai-based TV network.
Drones: The Trump administration is looking at ways to make it easier for the Pentagon to launch counterterrorism drone strikes anywhere in the world.
ISIS recently showed off a new weapon: a small drone ndash; about six feet wide with swept wings and a small bomb tucked in its fuselage.
It was starting to look like 2001 again. That year, a Chinese naval fighter chased and hit a U.S. spy plane near its south coast, forcing it to land.