U.S. asylum policies inflict deep pain, not only on those facing deportation but also on those who do the legal aid work to help them stay.
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.
A forensic anthropologist explains why the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's use of X-rays to determine the age of asylum-seekers is wrong, legally and scientifically.
One archaeological site in Texas has yielded an astonishing amount of evidence that people have been in North America for over 15,000 years.
Even with the right to health care secured, medical assistance is elusive for urban refugees in India.
Contrary to some popular beliefs, today’s British population does not descend from one Anglo-Saxon heritage.