In 1950 Field Museum anthropologist Paul Martin hit the motherlode: a dry cave in New Mexico that hid tens of thousands of artifacts of a little-known Native American culture. Most of them are still in storage at the museum, waiting for someone to unlock
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In the endless debate over war in Iraq, we seem to have forgotten something: Saddam Hussein is killing and torturing his own people.
by Kitry Krause | Mar 6, 2003
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