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First Half: Grant Cameron, who has for decades dedicated himself to researching what American presidents have known about the UFO phenomena, has reached the conclusion that presidents' denying knowledge is just a cover, and that they actually have known and do know the truth. Cameron joined George Knapp to discuss how the Clintons have been the most open about their handling of the mystery and the role of Clinton's campaign manager.

Second Half: Christopher Mellon spent nearly 20 years in the federal government serving in various national security positions. For the first time, he has spoken publicly about his experiences within government as they relate to UFOs. He discussed his experiences in the intelligence community and his belief that there is no organized coverup, but simply a strong reluctance to deal with the subject.

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Asteroid Mysteriously Disintegrates

Asteroid Mysteriously Disintegrates

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has photographed a never-before-seen view of an asteroid breaking apart in deep space. Astronomers first discovered the asteroid in September 2013 and subsequent observations by the Keck Telescope in Hawaii revealed three bodies traveling together in a dust cloud nearly the diameter of Earth. Hubble's higher resolution images showed there were actually 10 separate objects, each with comet-like dust tails. "This is a really bizarre thing to observe — we've never seen anything like it before," said Jessica Agarwal of the Max Planck Institute for Solar System Research in Germany. More details at Space.com.

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