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REVELAÇÃO: Piloto de Barack Obama Fala sobre o Encontro com UFO para a FOX News

No último mês, um piloto que voou para o Presidente Barack Obama durante sua campanha de 2008 escreveu um artigo sobre um incrível avistamento UFO que teve em 1989. Hoje ele vem relatar o acontecido para a  FOX News, veja esta incrível...
by UFOS ONLINE on May 20, 2015

‘HOPE IS NOT A STRATEGY’ Anxiety grips Hill over US plan against Islamic State

The fall of Ramadi to Islamic State forces — despite Obama administration efforts to downplay it as a short-term setback — has kicked up a sandstorm of problems for the White House:  — The possibility that Iran-backed Shiite militi...

TOTAL RECALL Japanese air-bag maker to declare 34M autos defective

Federal transportation officials announced Tuesday that Japanese company Takata Corp. has agreed to recall roughly 34 million vehicles because of defective air bags, in the largest auto recall in U.S. history. Takata agreed to the recall of the 33.8...

‘OVER NOTHING': Parking dispute may have sparked Texas biker brawl

Authorities in Texas reportedly are investigating whether a dispute over a parking space set off a deadly brawl and shootout between motorcycle gangs outside a Waco restaurant Sunday afternoon. The Dallas Morning News reported that police were pursui...

HILLARY’S EMAIL MESS MULTIPLIES GOP alleges Clinton ‘misled’ public with 2nd account; House probe wants server

The Hillary Clinton email mystery took yet another confusing turn Tuesday with accusations from Republicans that the former secretary of state “misled” the public about her email practices, by using multiple “secret” addresses...

Bulletin reportedly warned of biker violence weeks before Texas shootout

Approximately 170 members of rival motorcycle gangs were charged with engaging in organized crime Monday, a day after nine people were killed and 18 others injured in a shootout at a Texas restaurant. A Waco judge set bond at $1 million for many of t...

‘OVER NOTHING': Parking dispute may have touched off Texas biker brawl

Authorities in Texas reportedly are investigating whether a dispute over a parking space set off a deadly brawl and shootout between motorcycle gangs outside a Waco restaurant Sunday afternoon. The Dallas Morning News reported that police were pursui...

‘IT IS A SETBACK': Fall of Ramadi sparks concerns about US troop pullout

The Islamic State’s capture of the Iraqi city of Ramadi is sparking renewed criticism of Obama administration policies in the region — from the decision to withdraw virtually all U.S. troops in 2011 to the current anti-ISIS strategy that reli...

Military intel warned of ISIS threat in 2012 — but was Obama in the loop?

Seventeen months before President Obama dismissed the Islamic State as a “JV team,” a Defense Intelligence Agency report predicted the rise of the terror group and likely establishment of a caliphate if its momentum was not reversed.  Wh...

CHAOS IN WACO: Brawl, shootout between biker gangs leaves 9 dead

Police in Waco, Texas say nine people are dead and multiple people are injured after a shooting between rival biker gangs at a restaurant Sunday. Authorities say the nine people killed in the shootout were all members of rival biker gangs that had ga...

BATTLE FOR RAMADI: US admits ISIS ‘has the advantage’ as Iraq troops flee

The Islamic State terror group claimed that it had seized control of the city of Ramadi Sunday in what would be the biggest loss for Iraqi forces since the beginning of U.S. airstrikes targeting extremists this past September. The Associated Press re...

‘RAMADI HAS FALLEN': Iraqi troops flee as ISIS seizes control of key city

ISIS overran the beleaguered Iraqi army to take control of the key city of Ramadi Sunday, killing an estimated 500 soldiers and civilians and grabbing up U.S.-issued arms left behind as the embattled nation’s fighters fled, witnesses reported.

NO DOUBLE TAX States eye revenue pinch after Maryland law is KO’d

The Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Maryland tax that effectively double-taxes residents for income earned in other states — a decision that could cost Maryland and other states with similar policies hundreds of millions of dollars.  In...

Clinton takes heat for staying quiet on Obama’s controversial trade deal

FILE: April 29, 2015: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton at Columbia University, New York, N.Y. (REUTERS) Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton is staying mum on whether she supports legislation to give President Obama broad...

HEART OF GOLD Son of fallen Colo. deputy gets father’s patrol car

The son of a Colorado deputy killed in the line of duty owns his father’s patrol car thanks to rancher with a heart of gold. Tanner Brownlee was quickly outbid when his father’s beat-up Dodge Charger was put up for auction Wednesday in Greeley, C...

AMTRAK FALLOUT: Crash reignites Hill debate on infrastructure spending

House Speaker John Boehner was having none of it Thursday morning. Ginger Gibson of the International Business Times attempted to question the Ohio Republican at a press conference about the Amtrak accident and funding. We’ll never know exactly wha...

WHY DID IT CRASH? NTSB, FBI teams to meet on deadly train derailment

WASHINGTON –  Federal investigators are looking into new theories on what led to last week’s fatal Amtrak derailment that killed eight people and injured more than 200, Robert Sumwalt, a National Transportation Safety Board member, said Sunday.

FULL COURT PRESS Harlem Globetrotter star hit in child support suit

Dec. 7, 2010: Former Harlem Globetrotter and Basketball Hall of Famer Meadow “Meadowlark” Lemon poses for a portrait in Scottsdale, Arizona. (Reuters) Former Harlem Globetrotters star Meadowlark Lemon is facing a full court press after b...

LEWD LESSON Students watch ’50 Shades of Grey’ in class as a reward

This combo made of book cover images provided by Vintage Books shows the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey'; trilogy by best-selling author E L James. (AP/Vintage Books) Part of the erotic movie “Fifty Shades of Grey” was shown in a West Virgin...

NTSB raises possibility object may have caused Amtrak train to derail

The National Transportation Safety Board Friday raised the possibility the Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia, killing eight and sending more than 200 to hospitals, could have been hit by an object before it ran off the tracks. Spokesman Robe...


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