Reacting to a feature article from Smithsonian magazine that followed the reburial of a 42,000-year-old human skeleton.
A 2018 paper by Thomas Williams and coworkers documents a Native American group that existed as early as 16,000 years ago.
A site first investigated by Eugene Dubois is rediscovered by Kira Westaway and collaborators.
An article by Tom Dillehay and coworkers describes the archaeology of Monte Verde I, preserving artifacts together with burned features.
A discovery from Siberia represents one of the earliest branches of modern humans to disperse into Eurasia.