"She sold me her frozen mother for $30. How do you do something like that?"
Construction workers discovered the bones of more than a dozen people.
A homeless man is missing.
This week, however, we Nutmeggers get to take center stage because Connecticut has had a pretty stupid fortnight.
Formal excavation of the site finds it to be a mass grave dating back about 2,000 years, to the transition from B.C. to A.D
"We want to make sure we can rule out any foul play and how the skull came to be in that ceramic pot," police spokeswoman
Now that the museum's opening is over, and the public has been given its space for remembering, it is time for the museum's administrators to return to the private suffering of the victims' families. It is not too late to give the 9/11 families the rights they deserve.
Talk about your archaeological jackpots: Researchers in Indonesia have reportedly discovered the 3,000-year-old remains of 66 people in a cave in Sumatra.
"Sixty-six is very strange," Truman Simanjuntak of Jakarta's National Research and Development Center for Archaeology said
Five new possible individuals' remains were uncovered Wednesday, and a sixth was found Saturday, Borakove said. She added
The ancient hominid did show evidence of some vertebral misalignment, consistent with having a herniated disc — an injury
From the reconstruction, Thur and her colleagues concluded that Arsinoe had an African mother (the Ptolemies were an ethnically
How do we explain the difference between these commonly accepted social and legal norms regarding the decent treatment of remains, and legal permissiveness toward the seemingly cavalier commercial treatment of certain remains?
Dragon launched Tuesday after an earlier attempt at liftoff was called off at the last second due to an engine valve problem