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This jawbone may change everything we know about early human history (from PBS NewsHour)
Human evolution had a nice clear line from Lucy 3.2 million years ago to Homo habilis to Homo erectus and finally Homo sapiens -- us. Or so it seemed. A new jawbone shows that humans evolved earlier than we thought, and we had more early cousins than direct ancestors.
March 05, 2015 at 10:21 am
Artist Amy Franceshini wants to confuse you … and that’s a good thing (from PBS NewsHour)
Amy Franceschini creates collaborative art that she hopes will confuse the viewer so that they are more open to discovery.
March 05, 2015 at 1:00 am
Your selfie stick is no longer welcome at the Smithsonian (from PBS NewsHour)
Hoping to take a selfie with the Hope Diamond or a recreation of a NASA space module on a visit to a Smithsonian museum? Go right ahead. However, you'll have to do it the old-fashioned way.
March 04, 2015 at 11:00 pm
Brains beware! Zombie Parasites are here:
(learn about them from It's Okay To Be Smart and PBS Digital Studios)
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March 04, 2015 at 9:00 pm
7 clear ways Ferguson police violated the Constitution, according to DOJ (from PBS NewsHour)
An early look into the Justice Department's investigation has found patterns of racial bias in the Ferguson, Missouri, police department and at the municipal jail and court.
March 04, 2015 at 7:32 pm
Vogue magazine interviews Annie Lennox, and features a clip from her upcoming GREAT PERFORMANCES l PBS special, coming in April.
Ahead of her live music special, Annie Lennox spoke to Vogue.com about the Grammys performance seen round the world.
March 04, 2015 at 7:00 pm
From our friends at WHYY:
LAST DAY to vote in Round 1 of #PBSvsNPR Public Media Madness - 16 eliminations. Keep your PBS & NPR faves safe! whyy.org/madness
March Madness - NPR vs. PBS
March 04, 2015 at 6:00 pm
What are the biggest barriers to educating girls around the globe? (from PBS NewsHour)
A new U.S. government effort in partnership with the Peace Corps is aimed at educating the 62 million girls around the world who do not attend school. The initiative, called the Let Girls Learn program, will train volunteers to support locals in becoming champions for girls’ education. Peace Corps D…
March 04, 2015 at 5:00 pm
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