How well do home DNA kits really work? See identical triplets try 3 of them

Though the three sisters have three different last names, their DNA is identical, which means the results from their tests should be identical too.

Ancestry's Genetic Testing Kits Are Heading For Your Stocking This Year

This holiday season, more people than ever before are giving the gift of spit. Well, what’s in your spit, to be precise. 

Here are the top places to work by region

Here are the best companies in 2017 by region, in alphabetical order, according to Comparably.com.

30 Gifts Even Super-Picky People Will Love

An ancestry kit to help them discover their roots. The kit allows them to take an at-home DNA sample and send it to Ancestry.com for analysis.

Is Ancestry.com Worth It? Cyber Monday Shoppers Think So

Among the day’s top-selling products was the Ancestry.com DNA kit, which sold 700 percent more in one day than in the entire holiday period last year. Yep, you read that right ― 700 percent. 

Always remember: You’re a Madison’

Oral history said she was descended from a president and an enslaved woman. But what would her DNA say?

Adopted woman whose birth family thought she had died finally meets them at 66 years old

It wasn't until three months ago that Kewer, 66, who was raised as an only child, would discover that she's actually one of five siblings. Her mother, the late Leona Holmes Duff Goode Lambert, had four other children, whom Kewer met for the first time in November. 

Glennon Doyle And Abby Wambach On Why The Best Storytelling Happens When You Embrace The Past

During this year’s Together Live tour, Doyle and Wambach joined forces with AncestryDNA, exploring how their families’ pasts inform their own family’s future. Together Live also partnered with Ancestry to encourage audiences to discover their own pasts and inspire their futures. 

Pixar promotes finding your roots through Ancestry in video for new Coco film

Disney and Pixar have been digging into a sense of belonging to one’s roots lately, with movies like Brave, Moana and most recently the new Pixar film Coco. With a new cross-promotional campaign with Ancestry, the studio has taken that search for roots to a new level.

Travelers take trips to explore their genealogy

Manuel Maqueo grew up in Mexico and his parents said they had relatives in Italy, Portugal and Africa. But the details were scant. Then Maqueo saw a YouTube video offering to send contest winners throughout the world to learn about their ancestry. He applied and won AncestryDNA.

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