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After nearly half a century of being shrouded in mystery, the conspiracy magnet, US military base Area 51, has finally been declassified, as it has been revealed that the base in Nevada was used for the development and testing of the U-2 spy
Newly released CIA documents detail a map of the area, saying it was a testing site for spy planes, but gives no information on its use after 1974...Hot video: Watch the incredibly cute 'Bears' trailer We challenge you not to go "aww" while watching
After debating about landing on the old airstrip, LeVier set the plane down on the lakebed, and all four walked over to examine the strip. The facility had been used during World War II as an aerial gunnery range for Army Air Corps pilots. From the
After years of speculations as well of years of pretty much everyone knowing about it although everyone in power denied it the U.S. government released a classified document confirming that Area 51 is a real government testing site...From ABC News :
The US government has released documents acknowledging for the first time the existence of Area 51. The report details information about the facility that has for decades been the subject of the obsessed fixation of conspiracy theorists and
The CIA is acknowledging the existence of Area 51 in newly declassified documents. George Washington University's National Security Archive obtained a CIA history of the U-2 spy plane program through a public records request and released it Thursday.
It might be time for another X-Files sequel. America's most enduring conspiracy theory and legend has been officially confirmed by the United States government. Yes, citizens of Earth, there is an Area 51 in southern Nevada.
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Sorry, conspiracy theorists, modern forensic science shows that John F. Kennedy was likely killed by "one guy with a grudge and a gun," said professor John McAdams during a panel for Nova's new "Cold Case: JFK" on Wednesday at the Television Critics
A federal agency's preliminary report on the crash of a home-built plane into a south-central Indiana house said the pilot was working frantically on a propeller switch just before the crash. The preliminary report by the National Transportation