The Royal Air Force in the UK has announced that they will publish their archive of UFO reports online sometime in the first quarter of 2020. This follows a series of releases made by the Ministry of Defence, with the last of the 2,500 pages—formerly classified as “SECRET”—released to theread more

The ranking member of the House Homeland Security Committee’s Intelligence and Counterterrorism subcommittee, Congressman Mark Walker, is accusing the Navy of withholding information from Congress regarding reports on encounters with UFOs, after having officially requested more data on the subject earlier this year. In July, Walker requested that Secretary ofread more

While the recently-released batch of 15 UFO documents from the UK’s Ministry of Defence failed to reveal any information amounting to the proverbial "smoking gun" evidence that the ufology community has been searching for, the files did contain provocative reports of a UFO encounter involving RAF and USAF aircraft crews over the Mediterranean, and a multiple-witness sighting involving local police in eastern England.

Further controversy surrounds the legendary Eisenhower Briefing Document (EBD), as a copy the MJ-12 Document has been found inside a declassified Department of Defense File.

The paper was renowned for allegedly providing proof that President Dwight Eisenhower was supplied with an overview of the situation regarding extra-terrestrial contact at the time of his accession to the White House. The authenticity of the document has always been in question, but this latest find has added to the ongoing debate.

If the EBD is not genuine, then why was it placed into another classified file?