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The manufacturer of the drone that crashed into the White House lawn Monday night will prevent pilots from flying its devices throughout most of Washington D.C., the company announced on Wednesday.
DJI, the maker of what's perhaps the most popular consumer unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) available, will push a "mandatory firmware update" to restrict flights in D.C., The Wall Street Journal reported.
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The update will also prevent DJI's drones from crossing borders, according to a company statement, perhaps in response to another recent high-profile incident, in which a drone crashed while carrying packages of meth across the Mexico-U.S. border. Read more...More about White House, The White House, Us World, Us, and World
The Associated Press
The Israeli military says two soldiers were killed in a Hezbollah strike on an army convoy near the Lebanese border.
The military says another seven soldiers were wounded in Wednesday's attack. Israel's military responded to the anti-tank missile strike on the convoy with aerial and ground attacks on Hezbollah positions in Lebanon.
A Spanish U.N. peacekeeper was also killed in the clash. Read more...More about Israel, Hezbollah, Us World, and World
When it comes to Super Bowl successes, there are few surer bets than Budweiser's puppy ads.
This year's spot, "Lost Dog," is likely to make it to the top of USA Today's Ad Track rating of the top ads of the game — that is, unless viewers feel that the spot is too emotionally manipulative or PETA discerns some sort of canine-related controversy
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A rancher type gets the cutest puppy in the world, but then the pup somehow escapes. Cue the strains of the Proclaimers' "500 Miles," a rousing tune that is rendered melancholy here in an acoustic rendition. We follow the pup's pitiful adventures until he meets up with a wolf, and — well, watch for yourself. Read more...More about Super Bowl, Budweiser, Business, Advertising, and Super Bowl 2015