Gizmodo A New UFO Documentary Suggests Marilyn Monroe Was Killed Because She Knew About AliensGizmodoEvery time someone releases a documentary about UFOs, we secretly hope this is the one with the smoking gun that changes the world and proves aliens exist. Well, we don't think Unacknowledged does that, but it's not lacking in fascinating conspiracy …
Open Minds UFO News Brexit-Election Again Delays the Release of Britains Last Secret UFO-FilesOpen Minds UFO NewsSaarbrucken (Germany) – Since it became known in Autumn of 2014 that contrary to the claim that the British Ministry of Defence (MoD) has released all of its formerly secret UFO-files already back in 2013, still 18 files of […]
Lavinia Woodward, who last week admitted stabbing Thomas Fairclough in the leg, posed naked with other students to raise money for the University of Oxford’s LGBTQ society.
The social care policy – damningly called the Tories’ ‘dementia tax’ – was hurting the Tories, not just with floating voters but with many of their supporters.
By initiating a public debate on the UK care system, Mrs May has shown that she’s prepared to listen to all the arguments before a decision is made.
Opposition politicians expressed support to the victims and family of the 19 people who were killed and 50 who were injured in a terrorist attack at the Ariana Grande concert in the Manchester Arena.
Nicole Kidman, 49, Eva Longoria, 42, Juliette Binoche, 53, and Andie MacDowell, 59, proved that they’re still at the top of their game at The Killing Of A Sacred Deer Cannes screening.
Researchers at Virginia Tech discovered a record on lava temperatures in the past 2.5 billion years after analyzing rocks that crystallized at a temperature nearing 2,900 degrees Fahrenheit.
Peter Phillips, who accepted £500k from Hello! magazine for his marriage in 2008, must wonder how that will be justified after the Middleton’s declined to hawk Pippa’s nuptials.
In a speech at Pembroke College, Oxford, Lady Justice Hallett said a full trial jury could cost £20,000 for defendants ‘accused of minor offences such as stealing sweets from a supermarket’.