Cosmic particles reveal a previously hidden void in the Great Pyramid of Khufu in Egypt.
New findings suggest Neanderthals evolved their unusually broad fingers after they split from Denisovans, just 400,000 years ago.
Artifacts unearthed in Idaho challenge the idea that the first people to populate the Americas made the journey on foot around the end of the Ice Age.
The feces contain the oldest example of parasite DNA ever recorded.
The burnt ruins of a Maya city in what’s now Guatemala hold clues to its untimely demise at the turn of the 7th century.
This crustacean-like critter stalked the seas half a billion years ago.
A new fossil find may help pinpoint the origins of mammals’ uber-flexible hyoid bone, which anchors the tongue and gives us our signature swallowing style.
A chicken-sized raptor relative adds credence to the idea that flight evolved multiple times among ground-faring dinosaurs.