FAA considers rules allowing small drones to fly over people
UAVs may need crash testing to see how much force they dish out in the case of an accident.
US working on rules for flying drones over populated areas
The goal is to make filming, inspections and deliveries feasible in cities.
FAA: reports of worrying drone flights surged last year
There were 582 reports just between August and this January.
Stats show small drones pose 'minimal' risk to planes
You're more likely to get hit by lightning, than see a plane damaged by a drone.
Drone pilots sign up in droves to fly during emergencies
Nearly a fifth of FAA drone exemptions are for people who want to fly in a crisis.
Over 45,000 drone pilots have registered with the FAA
Americans aren't waiting around to sign up their drones.
FAA confirms that drone registry info will be public record
Cue the breathless outrage from privacy advocates.
FAA task force recommends drones over 250 grams be registered
When drones go haywire, we'll soon know who to blame.
US transportation department confirms drone registration program
The US Department of Transportation is working on a mandatory drone registration program