The footprint is hugely controversial, but researchers say it must be considered in the debate of how and where our species emerged.
The skull belongs to a newly-identified species and comes from a period in evolutionary history where few fossils have been discovered.
How two hominins with Homo sapiens features ended up on other sides of Africa at a relatively similar time points to an immensely complex evolutionary history.
Highly controversial study places birthplace of hominin line outside of Africa, contrary to long held, popular thinking.
The discovery of more remains in a hard-to-reach cave raises more questions than it answers about Homo naledi and humans.
The discovery of ancient human remains in an important cave site in South Africa raises major questions about the evolution of our direct ancestors, Homo sapiens.
Two Numbers: Americans Are Nearly as Likely to Believe in Intelligent Aliens as They Are in Evolution
Fifty-four percent of Americans believe there are intelligent aliens. Forty-two percent don’t believe in evolution.
The species, Homo naledi, resembles modern humans in many ways.
Talented distance runners could possess evolutionary ‘signal’ from the days of hunter gatherers.
God is not a "magician" with a "magic wand," says Pope Francis. "No duh," say Roman Catholics the world over.
Recent research into Spanish skulls suggests that Neanderthals evolved gradually