- Chile: Discrimination directed against the Mapuche Indians (February 11, 2010) "Practically everyone in our family is in prison, and those of us who aren't are subject to restraining orders that restrict our movements,"
- Bushmen Angry at President's Empty Meeting (February 10, 2010) "President Khama, accompanied by four government ministers, met with Bushmen at the New Xade resettlement camp where they were dumped after being evicted from their lands in the Central Kalahari Game Reserve in 2002. Despite a three year-old High Court ruling that they have the right to live in the reserve"
- Host First Nations Bite the Olympic Hand: Will the government meet its funding obligations before the Games? (February 9, 2010) "leaders of the Four Host First Nations are demanding the federal government meet its financial obligations to the communities before the Olympic Games"
- Chevron hires twelve public relations firms to discredit indigenous Indians in Ecuador (February 6, 2010) "In response to an environmental lawsuit filed against the oil giant, Chevron has fortified its defenses with at least twelve different public relations firms whose purpose is to debunk the claims (...) Chevron dumped billions of gallons of toxic waste in the Amazon between 1964 and 1990"
- Call For Support From Indigenous Resistance Communities of Big Mountain, Black Mesa, AZ (January 23, 2010) "Although there's been a recent victory against the reopening of the Black Mesa Complex, the Kayenta mine is still operating and elders on the front lines fighting the continued impacts of coal mining and forced relocation efforts are still requesting support."
- Tragedy in Rondonia, Brazil "These Indians kept telling stories of a large tribe that lived nearby, but the FUNAI workers never encountered them. Then, upon investigating traces of old huts, gardens, meeting houses and pottery, they found the tribe -- massacred."
- First Tongue: An early global language "In the last part of the 20th century, a handful of archaeologists discovered a collection of symbols carved in stone as petroglyphs that appeared to be writing."
- Antikythera Mechanism (February 12, 2010) "2000-year-old computer demonstrates remarkable engineering and astronomical precision (...) Known as the Antikythera mechanism and called a "clockwork computer," this small bronze instrument is unique because it precedes any machine of comparable complexity by more than a millennium."
- Students brains 'rewired' by the internet (February 11, 2010) "There is empirical evidence now that information overload and associative thinking may be reshaping how they think."
- How Can Ice Work Like A Horse? (February 7, 2010) "As discoveries were made about the nature of heat, improvements were made in the efficiency of engines. Investigations into the theoretical maximum efficiency of any heat engine led ultimately to the discovery of the laws of thermodynamics."
- Top Scientists Want Research Free From Politics (January 14, 2008) "Leading U.S. scientists called on Congress Thursday to make sure the next president does not do what they say the George W. Bush Administration has done: censor, suppress and falsify important environmental and health research."