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Conspiracy theorists and alien enthusiasts, start your engines Some newly unleashed documents from the British Ministry of Defense show that none other than Winston Churchill had a bee in his bonnet about (continued).

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This one sounds like something from a supermarket tabloid, but apparently it's of a slightly more substantiated nature: On Russian President Dmitry Medvedev's no doubt long list of action items is the rather peculiar request to figure out whether a regional leader gave state secrets to (continued).

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Britain's Ministry of Defense is making public secret documents related to unidentified flying objects and alleged contacts with aliens. The records, collected between 1978 and 1987, include observations from the public as well as military personnel.

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Since shortly after Project Blue Book was ordered closed in 1969, the U.S. government has officially ignored claims of UFO sightings, but an international group of former military officers and government officials says it's time to take the potential national security threat seriously.

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Roughly 600 Peruvian townspeople are suffering a variety of ailments, from headaches to vomiting, after visiting the crash site of a mysterious fireball that fell from the heavens. Scientists are en route to analyze the object, which they believe is simply a meteorite.

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At least a dozen United Airlines employees reported seeing a flying saucer hovering over Chicago's O'Hare Airport on Nov. 7, and they're upset that no one -- from the FAA to their own company -- is taking them seriously. One of the tower controllers summed up the generally disingenuous response to the sighting: "To fly 7 million light-years to O'Hare and then have to turn around and go home because your gate was occupied is simply unacceptable."

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