Anthropology

U.S. News
Here's a new study to help figure out “the hardest problem in science”: The origins of human language.
Science
DNA analysis of Britain's oldest complete skeleton reveals the first modern Britons had "dark to black skin" and dark hair.
U.S. News
Humans may have migrated out of Africa much earlier than scientists previously believed.
Politics
In response to the Saturday, Aug. 12 happenings in Charlottesville, Virginia, in which a woman was killed by a driver while
Politics
Tribal leaders view Rep. John Curtis' bill on Bears Ears as another "shameful" attack on sovereignty.
Politics
Co-authored by Sarp Aksel MD Montefiore Medical Center, Lauren Broussard MSW, MPH DrPH(c) Columbia University, Meghan Eagen
Science
By Ed Yong On Wednesday, a team of scientists unveiled a newly discovered dinosaur that had the body and sickle-clawed feet
Politics
The action fits a long pattern of discrimination and disrespect.
U.S. News
The Mashpee Wampanoag tribe of Massachusetts is determined to teach its children their ancestors' language.
Healthy Living
Evolution may be working against our solid eight hours per night.
Healthy Living
Everything from the way we look to the way we sleep could be affected by their DNA.
Education
America is in decline. Just ask a modern educator. To be clear, this is not a commentary about anemic economic results, mounting
Arts & Culture
By Maria Madison, ScD Whether through a painting, artifact or object, thoughtful museums and historic sites share stories
Queer Voices
Jamie Lee Wounded Arrow Pine Ridge, South Dakota Jamie Lee Wounded Arrow, as she wrote herself on Facebook, “first took breath
Healthy Living
The ancestors of modern humans may have gotten genital herpes from a now-extinct relative.