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Oldest Skeleton of Human Ancestor Found The story of humankind is reaching back another million years as scientists learn more about “Ardi”, a hominid who lived 4.4 million years ago in Ethiopia.
Ethiopian-American Professor Awarded World Food Prize Dr. Gebisa Ejeta of Ethiopia has been named winner of the 2009 World Food Prize for his monumental contributions in the production of sorghum, one of the world’s five principal cereal grains, which have dramatically enhanced the food supply in the world.
Immigrants and Health Care Health care reform and immigration are more linked than many imagine. Even legal permanent residents could find health care reform affecting them in ways they did not imagine.
Ethiopia's pride in 'Lucy' find A tropical storm beats against the national museum in Addis Ababa. The violent thunder and lashing rain contrasts with the serene activity within. Inside a solitary figure is cleaning up a 3.3-million-year-old skull.

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We want to deliver a secure and joyous future to our children and grand children. It is not our duty to finish the work, but neither are we free to desist from it.

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Census results are crucial to many local planning decisions -- such as neighborhood improvements, emergency preparedness and disaster recovery. By MICHELLE SINGLETARY WASHINGTON -- My grandmother, Big Mama, was fearful of divulging much if any of her personal...

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Counting Gets Tougher

Language barriers. Cultural diversity. Suspicion about the government. They're all part of the daunting challenge the Census Bureau faces to accurately tally the number of Americans. WILMINGTON, Del. — The pungent aroma of spices, beans and rice fills the...

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Groups Seek Better Count

An accurate count could bolster the swelling political clout of Hispanics. Data from the questionnaire will also be used to determine reapportionment for congressional and state legislative districts. By MIRIAM...

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