A 1948 UFO event in Washington, DC, may have featured an aircraft resembling the famous "Tic Tac" observed by Carrier Strike Group 11 in 2004.
The U.S. has collected information on aerial objects that, at least in some cases, did not appear to be balloons or "balloon-like entities."
The 83-year-old scientist tells The Debrief what more than six decades of studying aerial mysteries have taught him about UAP phenomena and the scientific process.
Jazz Shaw revisits an unusual series of sightings of aerial objects in upstate New York in the 1980s, known today as the Hudson Valley UFO flap.
Did retired NBA agent David Sugarman recently capture video of a UFO at the Hyundai Air and Sea Show in Miami Beach?
"Incident 88", a multiple witness sighting in the Project Blue Book files remains a cold case... and leaves us with many questions.
According to NASA, images of two separate UFOs photographed by the Perseverance Rover hanging in the skies of...
The cases involving purported attacks by UFOs on aircraft, both military and civilian, is complicated... but some of the records are compelling.
A text from a 12th-century English monk known for his interest in weather seems to be the first written account of ball lightning.
In the latest episode of Rebelliously Curious, The Debrief’s Chrissy Newton sits down with fellow Canadian and comedy...
Calling on Congress for public hearings, several former USAF officers say they witnessed UFOs during incidents at nuclear bases.
Former New York Times reporter Ralph Blumenthal explores the rise of the alien abduction phenomenon and the people who experience it.
If something anomalous is in the sky, it stands to reason that the Space Force has data on it. Now, it may be forced to declassify that data.
Many recurring themes emerged during the UFO panel at the AIAA Aviation conference, so here are 'The Debrief's Top 5 Takeaways.'
The AIAA hosted a panel on UFOs to talk about flight safety and the fact that the scientific community should look into the phenomenon.
This week we examine the cycles of UFO interest throughout time, the pattern that emerges, and why current events involving the subject may represent something new for the future of UAP studies.
What stands in the way of the scientific community’s taking on the challenge of discovering if any UFOs are extraterrestrial?
Abel Mendez says NASA studying UFOs is pointless unless scientists can get their hands on the classified data held by the Pentagon.
After decades of halfhearted smirks and outright dismissals, new space chief Bill Nelson says NASA is officially joining the UFO effort.
With the looming release of a national intelligence report detailing U.S. military encounters with “Unidentified Aerial Phenomena” or...
NFT auction house Rarible has listed a still frame of an alleged dead alien from the 1995 infamous film, Alien Autopsy, for $1,000,000.
This week, The Intelligence Brief examines media coverage of recent statements by former government officials, and even a former US President, on Unidentified Flying Objects.
The DoD's Office of the Inspector General has announced the launch of a formal evaluation into The Pentagon’s actions regarding UFOs.
People of all races encounter the UFO phenomenon, but does race influence whether a witness is believed? The everyday experiences of minorities suggest this is likely the case and ufology suffers for it.
In an interview, former Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, confirmed the USG is aware of "a lot more" sightings of UFOs.
An investigation by The Debrief has revealed reports filed with NASA's Aviation Safety Reporting System detailing pilot encounters with UFOs.
A Debrief investigation and new unredacted documents shows the odd history of a secretive government program into UFOs and the paranormal.
2020 has seen many advances related to unidentified aerial phenomena, or UFOs, but the subject remains a historical mystery and a challenge to science.
Former CIA Director John Brennan said UFOs possibly "could involve some type of activity that...constitutes a different form of life."
The U.S. Air Force is moving towards an “Internet of Things” on a military scale, and former CIA director John Brennan weighs in on the debate over UFOs in Navy videos.
In a recent interview, Israeli journalist Raanan Shaked provided insight into former Israeli Space Chief Haim Eshed's controversial claims about a "Galactic Federation" and aliens.