The oldest-known hominid skeleton was a 4-foot-tall female who walked upright more than 4 million years ago and offers new clues to how humans may have evolved, scientists say. Scientists believe that the fossilized remains, which were discovered in 1994 in Ethiopia and studied for years by an international team of researchers, support beliefs that humans and chimpanzees evolved separately from a common ancestor.
Japan’s industrial production in January dropped 10 percent from the previous month, a decline for the fourth straight month, the government said. Harlyn Geronimo has sued Yale and the society — the Order of Skull and Bones — to try to recover the remains. “I think what would be important is that the remains of Geronimo be with his ancestors,” he said.
Japan’s unemployment rate unexpectedly dropped in January to 4.1 percent, down from 4.4 percent in December, according to figures released by the government Friday morning. Harlyn Geronimo has sued Yale and the society — the Order of Skull and Bones — to try to recover the remains.
The great-grandson of Apache warrior Geronimo argues in a lawsuit that a secretive society at Yale University holds the remains of his great-grandfather.