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Why We Have the Third Amendment—and Why It Rarely Comes Up in Court

The First and Second Amendments get a lot of attention, but the Third rarely comes up in court. It reads, ...
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DNA increases our understanding of contact between Stone Age cultures

What kind of interactions did the various Stone Age cultures have with one another? In a new interdisciplinary study, researchers ...
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Why We Have the Third Amendment—and Why It Rarely Comes Up in Court

The First and Second Amendments get a lot of attention, but the Third rarely comes up in court. It reads, ...
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How the Police Shooting of a Black Soldier Triggered the 1943 Harlem Riots

In 1943, the United States, heavily engaged in the fight against Nazism and fascism in World War II, was also ...
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As the Allies Closed in on Hitler, They Jockeyed for Future World Dominance

In the final months of World War II, as Nazi Germany began to crumble, capturing Berlin had become the ultimate ...
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Consciousness regained

After years of deep therapeutic pessimism, emerging therapies offer hope for patients trapped between coma and wakefulnessBy Aurore ThibautRead at ...
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Ancient DNA provides new insights into the early peopling of the Caribbean

(University of Copenhagen The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences) According to a new study by an international team of ...
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Ancient genomic insights into the early peopling of the Caribbean

(Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History) According to a new an international team of researchers from the ...
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First database on the Imjin War launched

(Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona) ICREA researcher at the UAB Rebekah Clements has coordinated the launch of the first online database ...
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New Papua New Guinea research solves archaeological mysteries

(University of Otago) New research which 'fills in the blanks' on what ancient Papuan New Guineans ate, and how they ...
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