Search for relatives in new Y-DNA Database.
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An African-American genealogist’s DNA test leaves her with more questions than answers.
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Can't find a DNA surname study for your last name? These resources will help you get one started.
Genes may enable you to trace your family tree back not merely a few generations but hundreds, even thousands of years.
The continent of Africa takes its place in the spotlight as the cradle of humanity.
Plug your test results into one of these public online databases, and you may just make an ancestral connection.
Can you run a DNA test from a deceased person's watchband? Expert answers for your genealogical questions.
Our expert answers an adoptee's question about using DNA to confirm biological relationships,