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Since the 9/11 terrorist attacks, an estimated 54 other attacks on the U.S. have failed. And these are only the ones we know about. Some, like the underwear bomber and the shoe bomber, live on in infamy. Others are more obscure.
From beneath the Earth's crust to the furthest reaches of outer space, explore your world as you piece together these science puzzles.
Paleontologists uncovered a cache of dinosaur embryos in China, and we've made crazy leaps forward in genetics and genomics. Can we put the two together and create a dinosaur?
North Korea has been threatening to strike missiles at U.S. military bases. The U.S. government says it is ready to intercept them. But what does that really mean?
10 Terrorist Plots That Failed
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