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Matter: In the Bones of a Buried Child, Signs of a Massive Human Migration to the Americas

Matter: In the Bones of a Buried Child, Signs of a Massive Human Migration to the Americas

An illustration of ancient Native Americans in what is today called the Upward Sun River site in central Alaska. The 11,500-year-old skeleton of an infant girl found there offers genetic clues to how
Matter: In the Bones of a Buried Child, Signs of a Massive Human Migration to the Americas

Matter: In the Bones of a Buried Child, Signs of a Massive Human Migration to the Americas

An illustration of ancient Native Americans in what is today called the Upward Sun River site in central Alaska. The 11,500-year-old skeleton of an infant girl found there offers genetic clues to how
Apple picks up Reese Witherspoon thriller starring Octavia Spencer

Apple picks up Reese Witherspoon thriller starring Octavia Spencer

Apple is adding another TV project to its upcoming slate: Are You Sleeping, a crime show based on America’s love affair with true crime podcasts (which are, ultimately, all Apple’s fault). The show
How MyHeritage found a new business in DNA

How MyHeritage found a new business in DNA

At first glance, genealogy may seem like a quiet hobby you take up in your retirement, but it’s also a big industry, with the likes of Ancestry, MyHeritage, Helix and others all vying for new users.
Remains in Europe: mummified woman in Basel is Boris Johnson’s ancestor

Remains in Europe: mummified woman in Basel is Boris Johnson’s ancestor

DNA tests show Anna Catharina Bischoff is UK foreign secretary’s great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandmotherScientists in the Swiss city of Basel have finally identified a mysterious
Indian Slavery Once Thrived in New Mexico. Latinos Are Finding Family Ties to It.

Indian Slavery Once Thrived in New Mexico. Latinos Are Finding Family Ties to It.

St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Abiquiú, N.M., a village settled by former Indian slaves, or Genízaros, in the 18th century.
Indian Slavery Once Thrived in New Mexico. Latinos Are Finding Family Ties to It.

Indian Slavery Once Thrived in New Mexico. Latinos Are Finding Family Ties to It.

St. Thomas the Apostle Church in Abiquiú, N.M., a village settled by former Indian slaves, or Genízaros, in the 18th century.

The Creation of Birthright AFRICA

Taglit-Birthright offers trips to Israel for young American Jews. Now there is a program for people of the African diaspora. Amos Barshad writes.
Tracing Your Roots: My Ancestor’s Census Record Is Confusing!

Tracing Your Roots: My Ancestor’s Census Record Is Confusing!

Here’s how to approach an unrecognized or illegible notation, as well as missing information, in a record. Read more...
13 million people tracked over 300 years to build massive human family tree

13 million people tracked over 300 years to build massive human family tree

Geneticists built a family tree linking millions of people across 300 years.
'Stunning' Family Tree Includes 13 Million People Over 11 Generations

'Stunning' Family Tree Includes 13 Million People Over 11 Generations

Genealogy is an old hobby that has had a recent surge in popularity thanks to new technology. In addition to attics and archives, ancestry sleuths can now log on to popular websites like Ancestry.com
Alan Gershwin, Who Claimed a Famous Father, Is Dead at 91

Alan Gershwin, Who Claimed a Famous Father, Is Dead at 91

Alan Gershwin in Manhattan in 2015. Legions of George Gershwin fans were heartened by the thought that the composer, who never married, had left something behind besides his music, and hoped that Alan
Op-Ed Contributor: Who Is a Turk? It’s Complicated

Op-Ed Contributor: Who Is a Turk? It’s Complicated

People wearing masks of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern secular Turkey. A new online database of genealogy records in the country is testing a long-held idea of racially pure Turkishness.
Genealogy websites identify rape suspect who eluded police for 40 years

Genealogy websites identify rape suspect who eluded police for 40 years

Match came after finding relatives' DNA on commercial service, news reports say.
Police Say Genealogy Websites Helped Track Down Golden State Killer

Police Say Genealogy Websites Helped Track Down Golden State Killer

Investigators in California revealed Thursday that they were able to track down and arrest Joseph James DeAngelo, the suspected Golden State Killer, using genetic information provided to genealogical