Matty Roberts says he's no longer participating in the possible music festival, citing “poor planning," among other things.
More than 2 million Facebook users have RSVP'd to storm the U.S. Air Force base. Communities are now wondering whether they will show up.
More than 2 million Facebook users have said they plan to storm Area 51 on Sept. 20 and business owners in nearby Rachel, Nevada, are scrambling to find enough portable toilets.
Oklahoma City Animal Welfare is asking people to "storm the shelter," luring adopters with dogs clad in tinfoil hats.
More than half a million Facebook users have signed up to besiege the Nevada site to "see them aliens."
A group of physicians representing the front lines of medicine in the battle against gun violence has issued a report which
Infinity is just ahead. To the right are mountains that arc up from the basement of time. On the left, a dry lakebed now glassed with salt. This is the driest state in the country, not so surprising, but it is also the most mountainous, with some 300 ranges.
Former CIA Director George Tenet believed the President's Daily Briefs to be so sensitive that none could be released for publication "no matter how old or historically significant it may be." Yet, yesterday, the CIA declassified and released every PDB produced during the Kennedy and Johnson administrations. So what's in the PDBs?
The first SR-71 to enter service was delivered to the 4200th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing at Beale Air Force Base in January, 1966. A total of thirty-two Blackbirds served until 1998, never succumbing to enemy action.
Former President Bill Clinton let loose Wednesday night on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" about his thoughts on extraterrestrial life
Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan asked that President Obama open up Area 51 to scientists in a sermon he gave on Saturday, February 15. It was the last of a yearlong sermon series titled, "Time and What Must Be Done."
White's gentlemen's club, London There's a very good chance this is the most exclusive clubhouse in the world-- members are
A lot of buzz is going around this week about President Obama mentioning Area 51 by name. However, Bill Clinton has also made reference to the secretive base in the Nevada desert, although he did not dare utter its name, which at the time was still classified.
One bit of minor calendar news before we get on with it: for the next two weeks, this column will be on hiatus. Instead, it will be pre-empted by our annual awards columns where we note the notable and laud the laudable from the past year.