Newseum Displays New Terror Artifacts in FBI Exhibit

The Newseum is displaying artifacts from some of the worst terror attacks on U.S. soil in its newly renovated "Inside Today's FBI" exhibit.

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The Newseum is displaying artifacts from some of the worst terror attacks on U.S. soil in its newly renovated "Inside Today's FBI" exhibit. Pictured: The SUV and homemade bomb were used in an attempted terrorist attack in Times Square in 2010.
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The shoes from shoe bomber Richard Reid's failed attempt to take down a Miami-bound American Airlines flight from Paris.
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Wallet and credit cards of Ruth McCourt, a passenger who was on the second plane to hit the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
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The remains of cellphones and pagers found at the World Trade Center after the 9/11 attacks.
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The 9/11 hijackers abandoned this Toyota at Dulles International Airport before the terrorist attacks.
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Boston Globe Reporter Michael Rezendes was running in the Boston Marathon when the finish line was bombed in 2013. (Shoes and bib: Gift, Michael Rezendes, The Boston Globe)
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The gas can, propane tank, pressure cooker pot and alarm clocks were part of a homemade bomb used in a failed bombing attempt in Times Square in 2010. (Artifacts on loan from Federal Bureau of Investigation).
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The diagram shows how the homemade bomb was set to work in the attempted 2010 Times Square bombing (Diagram: U.S. Department of Justice/Kevin Lamarque/courtesy Reuters; artifacts: loan from Federal Bureau of Investigation).
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The FBI used toy dinosaurs to monitor a criminal who was holding a 5-year-old from Alabama hostage in 2013. The toys had hidden cameras as shown in this back-up model (device: loan from Federal Bureau of Investigation).
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The D.C. snipers used this assault rifle in their shootings and left this tarot card near the scenes as a way to send a message to authorities (artifacts: loan from National Law Enforcement Museum).
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