Craig Whitlock, Greg Miller, Karen DeYoung and Julie Tate, The Washington Post, for their fresh exploration of how American drones moved from a temporary means to kill terrorists to a permanent weapon of war, raising issues of legality and accountability.
-all links are to pdfs unless otherwise indicated-
|October 24, 2012||Behind the U.S. targeted killing program (Video)|
|October 24, 2012||U.S. set to keep kill lists for years|
|October 25, 2012||Patients' 2d peril|
|October 26, 2012||Secret ops grow at U.S. base|
|December 2, 2012||Military to boost its spy corps|
|ongoing||Tracking America's drone war (Interactive database)|
|June 15, 2012||U.S. outsources bulk of Africa spy work|
|June 14, 2012||Military expands spying in Africa|
|Cover letter for entry|
Craig Whitlock has been a staff writer for The Washington Post since 1998.
Greg Miller has covered U.S. intelligence agencies and national security for The Washington Post since joining the paper in March 2010.
Karen DeYoung is Senior National Security Correspondent and Associate Editor of The Washington Post.
Julie Tate has worked as a researcher for The Washington Post since 2002.