like all government agencies, the national security agency and their bffs, the central security service, have a website. on said website, they have some declassified information including some "oral histories" by retiring members of the service (these have been typed up, but audio recordings may also have been made for all i know).
however, i decided to browse through their declassified stuff (for about two minutes). i found a section called "ufo", so i clicked it and there were a number entries. one of them was a copy of a national enquirer article that claimed "super secret agency warns of alien attack." this article had been simply clipped and identified. there wasn't even a "haha" out to the side.
so, you know what this could mean? it could mean that the nsa takes the national enquirer seriously. and if THEY take it seriously... does that mean it contains actual facts? or do they just clip its articles as a way to discern what sorts of things average people are reading in grocery store lines? it's a mystery. but, going to the nsa's site is a convoluted way to access a national enquirer article, that's for sure.