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America's Stone Age ExplorersWho were the first Americans, and where did they come from?
Ancient Refuge in the Holy LandIsrael's remote Cave of Letters holds clues to a Jewish uprising against the Romans.
Battle Plan Under FireCan the U.S. military's high-tech weaponry prevail against insurgents?
Crash of Flight 111One of the most exhaustive investigations in aviation history reveals telling clues to the cause of a disaster off Nova Scotia.
Descent Into the IceA team of "glacionauts" ventures into a labyrinth of unexplored and hazardous glacier caves on France's Mt. Blanc.
Dogs and More DogsHow and why did man's best friend evolve from wolves, and why are dogs so remarkably diverse today?
Great EscapeExperts dig into World War II's most daring and technically ingenious prison break.
Hunt for the SupertwisterTornado-chasing scientists with an eye to better forecasting risk their lives to plumb the secrets of nature's most terrifying killer.
Life and Death in the War ZoneAn American combat hospital mobilized in Iraq faces a daily drama of wartime treatment.
MARS Dead or AliveNASA gambles on two rovers sent to determine if the red planet ever had conditions suitable for life.
Most Dangerous Woman in America, TheExamine the complex case of Typhoid Mary, a cook who was quarantined for life against her will in the early 1900s.
OriginsJourney back to the beginning of everything: the universe, Earth, and life itself.
Secrets of the Crocodile CavesRare lemurs and crocodiles with bizarre cave-dwelling behavior draw scientists to a remote corner of Madagascar.
World in the BalanceNOVA investigates forces that are radically changing populations in both rich and poor nations, and explores how to create a world that can sustain the human race.
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