In a Central American jungle, archaeologists and volunteers uncover ruins of the once-powerful civilization
Technology helps scientists understand how the dead once lived
Scientists try to understand how 2 million-year-old fossils fit among ancient species
Eruptions may have helped set the stage for modern humans
New study finds some DNA in modern humans was passed down from Neandertals
A date for appearance of body lice suggests time of first clothes.
Etchings on artifacts suggest that really ancient people used symbols.
Ardi climbed trees and walked on two legs 4.4 million years ago
A close-up examination of crystal skulls reveals the true, recent origins of these “relics”
Scientists have a new theory about when and how people first migrated from Asia to the New World.