The remains of indigenous people from all over the world have ended up in various British institutions. Why do their descendants have so much trouble getting them returned?
The large earthen mound was found to contain millions of parts from Classic Maya figurine molds, figurines, and incense burners.
Scientists said they might have detected the first known seismic tremor on Mars in a discovery that could shed light on the ancient origins of Earth’s neighbour.
While the offer was announced to mark the annual 420 celebrations, it’s primary aim was to raise awareness about the criminal justice reform needed for those persecuted with marijuana-related charges.
For over 4 million years, our features have slowly morphed into what we see today in the mirror, a brief stop on the way to who knows what.
It’s yet another example of how the contradiction between state and federal laws is spilling over beyond issues related to the legal marijuana industry itself.
Welcome to the Extinction Rebellion, the escalating but methodically polite campaign of disruption that has turned several of central London’s best-known locations into a giant game of territorial to-and-fro.
The animal’s body fluids were extracted during an autopsy and tested in the hope of cloning the extinct species.
The 3,500-year-old, 450-square-metre tomb contains 18 entrance gates and is believed to have belonged to a nobleman named Shedsu-Djehuty.
Research reveals medieval campaign lasting two centuries had little genetic impact on local population.
The Wari elite knew how to party 1,000 years ago – and it all ended in one mighty, mug-smashing festival that went up in flames.
Ancient skeletons reveal arrival of eastern Mediterranean population replaced hunter-gatherer population of British Isles.
Researchers calculate that an asteroid from beyond our solar system burned up in the atmosphere in 2014.