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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.

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Video: Fireballs Over Britain

Video: Fireballs Over Britain

Thousands watched Friday night as a spectacular display of fireballs streaked across the skies over Britain, prompting some eyewitnesses to contact the police about what they thought could be a crashing plane or UFO. One person speaking to the BBC described the aerial spectacle as a "beautiful sight, like something out of [the sci-fi movie] Independence Day." Experts think the fireballs were caused by man-made space debris, possibly an object the size of a tennis ball, burning up as it fell back to the planet. More at The Telegraph.

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