The late Pleistocene dating for Cooper's Ferry is disputed and here is the response.
H. antecessor is either the last common ancestor for Denisovans, Neandertals and modern humans or really, really close to it.
The Broken Hill skull has been dated from ~299 thousand years gao.
The DH7 juvenile skeleton gives some insight as to how H. naledi matured.
Carnivores were responsible for the accumulation of H. erectus fossils at Dmanisi.
What did ancient humans look like?
How thick was the enamel on plio-pleistocene hominins?
How did the talus evolve in early hominins?
Were there multiple descents from the trees?
The role of cladistics in paleoanthropology.