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The CIA’s Declassified UFO Files Are Now Available Online

The storied Project Blue Book case files are teeming with UFOs.

The CIA's legendary Project Blue Book is now fully declassified and available to read online. An official investigation by the CIA into the existence of UFOs, aliens and all the other eerie stuff that The X-Files is made of, Project Blue Book, also known as Project Sign and Project Grudge, existed from the late 1940s through 1967. Read all of its 140,000 pages and more than 10,000 case files on UFO enthusiast John Greenewald's website The Black Vault.

Some choice excerpts and images:

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Five Awesome April Fools Day Stories to Keep You Guessing

From the National Debt to colleges taken over by cats, here are five awesome April Fools Day stories we loved.


Is that headline you're reading real or is it an April Fools Day hoax? Some April Fools Day tricks are a little too obvious—bacon flavored mouthwash, we're talking to you—and then there are those stories that leave you wondering if they're real or if they're just a clever prank. Here are five of the best we found around the web:

1. One Publisher to Rule Them All:

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Inquiring Minds Want to Know: The White House Fields Kids' Questions on Bin Laden

Our media-savvy White House hosted a webinar to give students a nuts-and-bolts backgrounder on 9/11, Bin Laden, and the raid.

Perhaps recognizing that talking about Osama bin Laden's death with school age kids can be tricky for teachers, the White House hosted a unique 30-minute webinar on Thursday specifically for middle and high school students. More than 2,000 teens listened to Ben Rhodes, deputy assistant to the President and deputy national security advisor for strategic communications and speechwriting, explain the nuts and bolts of 9/11, the 10-year search for bin Laden, and the raid that ended with his death. Rhodes then spent 15 minutes taking questions.

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