What happened to the Neanderthals? After splitting from our African ancestors more than half a million years ago, the Neanderthal branch of our family tree thrived in Europe and Central Asia, developing a sophisticated culture.

Tuesday, 08 November 2016 10:38

Whose Finger Do You Want on the Button?

Now, Words and Their Stories from VOA Learning English.

Tuesday, 08 November 2016 10:32

Robot Can Help With Farm Work

In the American state of Idaho, a robot moves between lines of fruit trees and grapevines. It is doing farm work.

Monday, 07 November 2016 09:39

Stop junk food ads on kids' apps - WHO

Children need to be protected from pervasive junk food adverts in apps, social media and video blogs, the World Health Organization says.

The Paris agreement on climate change has come into force.

Children in Europe are bombarded with hidden digital advertising and marketing promoting fatty, sugary and salty foods that is damaging their health and adding to the region's obesity problem, World Health Organization experts said on Friday.

A rare species of frog which startles predators by flashing its bright orange groin has been discovered in swampland on Australia's east coast.

A UN review of national plans to cut carbon says they are well short of the levels needed to keep the rise in global temperatures under 2C.

Thursday, 03 November 2016 10:17

New Computers from Microsoft and Apple

Last week the future of computers came more clearly into view. Microsoft and Apple announced new machines that demonstrate where computer technology is headed.

Thursday, 03 November 2016 10:05

Mars: How Will Humans Get There?

Governments and private industry around the world are discussing ways to get people to the so-called “Red Planet.”

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