Coastlines around the world boast hints of ancient humans who gathered and traveled along the edges of the world, where land meets sea.
By counting the number of neurons in brains, one scientist revolutionized our view of why Homo sapiens and nonhuman primates are so much smarter than other animals.
Archaeologists have found tiny pieces of ancient bread from hunter-gatherers that predate agriculture by about 4,000 years.
Archaeologists are tapping cutting-edge neuroscience and psychology research to figure out how our ancestors began making figurative art.
One archaeological site in Texas has yielded an astonishing amount of evidence that people have been in North America for over 15,000 years.
An ancient interment site in Russia challenges us to rethink how Paleolithic humans in Europe treated their dead and organized their societies.