Two new species of dinosaurs are introduced to the "Jurassic Park" series in the new Colin Trevorrow-directed short film "Battle at Big Rock."
"And Republicans are cutting the power," S.E. Cupp alleged.
"What does it say about the University of Texas when Dr. Malcolm, a fictional math professor, carries with him more virtue than the professor we chose to name the building after?"
"I was like, 'Oh no,'" Justin McConney said, recalling the moment he found out that Trump had issued his first tweet.
The statue depicts an iconic scene in Jurassic Park where Malcolm is leaning back with his shirt open after being attacked by a T-Rex.
How close are we to becoming a T. Rex dinner?
It's been 25 years since the release of "Jurassic Park," and our understanding of dinosaurs has evolved considerably. Paleontologists describe new discoveries and technology enabling a better understanding of dinosaurs since "Jurassic Park" came out in 1993.
In 1993, Newsweek examined what looked like a dinosaur phenomenon the likes of which hadn't been seen since the first fossils were discovered: "Jurassic Park" and its sparking of a discussion about cloning.
As a monster movie, it's unimpeachable, but as far as the science-minded are concerned, "Jurassic Park" has some dino-sized issues.
A new video for 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom' introduces to Claire's Dinosaur Protection Group, but does the organization have a secret, hidden agenda?
Ticks apparently sucked the fun out of dinosaur summers, too.
A major advance in synthetic biology was made public this week.
Joyce Carol Oates's tweets have started to attract more attention than her books. We asked her why.
A time-traveling Triceratops would be taking a big risk with every visit to its local salad bar.