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Haaland’s bid for Congress has soaked up most of the attention, but 2018 has been a breakout political year for Native American women across the country with “far more than ever running,”
Native American activists have responded with plans to create addresses on the spot for those who need them on Election Day.
Mehmet Alkan, director for the Adıyaman Museum, told reporters that the cave drawings included human and animal figures made using the carving method.
According to a new study, recent headlines claiming that humans arrived on the Indian Ocean island of Madagascar as early as 10,000 years ago are wrong.
Light Warlpiri, a mixed language no more than 40 years old, is spoken almost exclusively by people aged 35 and younger.
A colour developed by Egyptians thousands of years ago can boost energy efficiency by cooling rooftops and walls, and could also enable solar generation of electricity via windows, scientists say.
A capsule carrying the two crew members of a Russian Soyuz rocket that malfunctioned on lift-off has landed safely in Kazakhstan.
Researchers have found evidence of discharge points where brackish water would have been collected in reservoirs or trenches, in the same locations as the statues.
Just this year, at least a dozen US cities — including San Francisco and Cincinnati — decided to stop observing Columbus Day and will instead celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day on Monday.
Dating to the 1st century B.C.E., the inscription was found on a repurposed piece of a stone column in a Roman building, near the city’s entrance.
The remains of a tomb complex belonging to the “sole friend” of an Egyptian pharaoh have been discovered near a pyramid at Abusir in Egypt.
Analyses of stone tools reveal that the Maya were making salt in large quantities, salting fish and meat to meet dietary needs and producing a commodity that could be stored and traded.
This 3,500-year-old residue is the oldest-ever evidence that people ate this spice long before Starbucks forced it into cooperation with cinnamon, ginger, and cloves.
The discovery of the 115,000 year old Neanderthal was made at the Jaskinia Ciemna cave in southern Poland.
Elaborate burials strongly suggest ancient cultures conceived of an afterlife and spiritual forces – it’s something that we see today in nearly every culture on Earth.