Neutrino oscillation physics has now progressed from the observations of nature's neutrinos to controlled experiments where neutrinos with known properties are created and measured at a particle accelerator and measured again at a distance long enough to allow the neutrinos to oscillate. This talk will give the latest results from the MINOS experiment which is now running with a beam of neutrinos created and characterized at Fermilab and then measured again at the Soudan Underground Laboratory in Northern Minnesota. It will also discuss the design of a new experiment, NOVA, which will use this same neutrino beam but will measure different neutrino properties, the Theta13 oscillation, that may lead an understanding of the neutrino mass spectrum and perhaps to CP violation.