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‘Very Early’: Scientists Date When Humans First Came to Alberta’s Oilsands Region
New research may have answered a long-standing mystery by pinning a rough date on the earliest known humans in Canada's oilsands region. In a recently published paper, professor Robin Woywitka ...
July 31, 2022
The Canadian Press
Are We the Last Generation of Humans?
Commentary Are you still human? In the near future, such a question may become very relevant. According to ...
May 23, 2022
Gorillas Grieve Their Dead and Have Funerals for Them Just Like Humans
Gorillas grieve their dead and have funerals for them just like humans, according to scientists. Their macabre rituals ...
December 19, 2019
Wonderful Ways Animals Coexist With Each Other and Humans
The strange and surprising relationships developed between humans and animals coexisting in the wild and domesticated environments makes ...
April 29, 2019
Ancient Skull May Mark Where Humans First Met Neanderthals (Video)
A 55,000-year-old skull fragment found in an Israeli cave might mark one of the first areas where modern ...
January 29, 2015
540,000-Year-Old Artwork Discovered on Shell (Video)
A 540 thousand year-old art object shows that prehistoric upright walkers may have had quite a bit more ...
December 5, 2014
Chimps Outwit Humans in Games of Strategy
In contests drawn from game theory, chimpanzee pairs consistently outperform humans in games that test memory and strategic ...
June 6, 2014
Animals Could Help Reveal Why Humans Fall for Illusions
Visual illusions, such as the rabbit-duck (above), are fascinating because they remind us of the discrepancy between perception ...
April 12, 2014
Right-Brain, Left-Brain Just a Myth, Say Neuroscientists
Personality traits have nothing to do with a preference for using left or right brain hemispheres, according to ...
August 15, 2013
Understanding the Intelligence of Dolphins
This summer not all the news on dolphins was bad. Just last month, a peer-review study confirmed newborn ...
August 12, 2013
Chimpanzees Know How to Play Fair
When playing the Ultimatum Game, chimpanzees can figure out how to cooperate with their partners and share the ...
January 16, 2013
Medical Activists Fight Florida’s Public Health Emergency Laws After COVID-19 Unveils Concerns
Actress Anne Heche ‘Not Expected to Survive’ Car Crash Injuries
Former Police Officer Sentenced to Over 7 Years in Prison in Jan. 6 Capitol Breach
Mimi Nguyen Ly
Senator Says Press Club Should Not Give Chinese Ambassador Platform to Spread ‘Lies and Disinformation’
Daniel Y. Teng
Heritage Oversight Project Chief Says FBI ‘Crossed the Rubicon’ With Mar-a-Lago Raid on Trump
Republican Fears: An IRS Armed and Ready to Audit
Darlene McCormick Sanchez
Heating Your Home Will Hurt This Winter as Natural Gas Prices Climb
Armed Man Killed After Attempted Breach of FBI Office in Cincinnati
Raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago May Be Legal but It Looks Suspicious, Legal Experts Say
Colorado Recall Supporter Says She Seeks Ouster of School Board, Alleging Illegal Acts
Dan M. Berger