Is the US taking UFOs more seriously?
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As Disney Plus prepares to bring in a cheaper ad-supported subscription service, there are fresh reports about how long its ad breaks might be. According to Variety and the Wall Street Journal, the streaming service will run ads for four minutes on movies or shows that last an hour or less. And, officials in the US appear to be taking UFOs a bit more seriously. Yesterday congress held its first hearing in half a century on unidentified flying objects. Pentagon officials said they encourage pilots and other military personnel to report anything unusual they see. Plus: WMO warning as the Planet breaks four climate records in one year (0.52)Coders take part in 'Robot Dog Olympics' to help develop tech solutions for Army (2.23)New blood test can detect bowel cancer (3.39)NASA spacecraft on Mars headed for a dusty demise (4.09)99-thousand sign petition to bring manned tills back to Tesco (4.56)Rockstar Games owner responds to 'Save Red Dead Online' campaign (5.31)The baby penguins born at London Zoo (6.07) Follow us on Twitter for more news @EveningStandard See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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