The science is clear—early London was a multicultural society. Still, some people refuse to believe it.
In the face of development pressure and climate change, researchers are toiling to find and preserve ancient sites in Peru that hold clues to how people first traversed a continent.
Centuries of hardship from volcanic eruptions transformed ancient communities in the Ecuadorian Andes region into a complex, artistic, and warlike civilization.
Archaeologists are tapping cutting-edge neuroscience and psychology research to figure out how our ancestors began making figurative art.
Scientists are taking an unusual approach to studying how Native Alaskans lived and hunted thousands of years ago—and how they may have adapted to climate change.
One archaeological site in Texas has yielded an astonishing amount of evidence that people have been in North America for over 15,000 years.