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Sissy Bradford, a former Texas A&M San Antonio adjunct criminology professor who was fired after commenting on the installation of crosses at the top of the campus entry tower.

A Texas A&M adjunct professor who questioned the placing of crosses at the school's entrance is now out of work and the San Antonio campus has been cast into a debate about academic freedom and the separation of church and state. Read more»

The bone spear tip embedded in the 13,800-year-old rib of the Manis Mastodon is the oldest known weapon in America.

A spear tip embedded in a mastodon bone indicates that humans were hunting in North America 13,800 years ago – 800 years earlier than previously thought. Read more» 1