In a new paper, scientists explore how modern humans came to rule the world. Homo sapiens' ability to adapt and thrive in different extreme settings played a huge part on how we became the last surviving humans on Earth.
Scientists find human DNA in sedimentary samples from caves without bone remains.
History may be rewritten as scientists date humans in California over 100,000 years earlier than previously believed.
A newly discovered fossil exhibits traits from both Neanderthals and Homo erectus.
Digging deep into Neanderthals' ancient teeth, scientists uncovered several interesting details about their lives dozens of millenia ago.
The fossils, which was labeled "archaic Homo," share combined features of Neanderthals, earlier eastern Eurasian humans and modern humans.
You're more of a Neanderthal than you think.
A volcanic area in Naples, Italy is starting to show signs of reawakening.
We caught modern genital warts because our ancestors were having sex with the HPV infected Neanderthals.
Ancient bone in South Africa was found to have cancer, providing evidence that cancer is not a modern disease as previously thought.
Based on the evidence gathered on five Neanderthal skeletal remains in Belgium, researchers were able to distinguish marks that show Neanderthals practice cannibalism.
A recent study reveals that inbreeding among Neanderthals have resulted to a harmful gene mutation, which was then passed on to modern humans, making them 40 percent less likely to reproduce.
A new study reveals that early Neanderthals had built mysterious stone structures inside caves in France.
The Neanderthals used to occupy many parts of Europe before they became extinct for thousands of years. Researchers have stated that their extinction is a result of diseases that was spread from people who migrated from Africa.