Traveling (on) Light July 11, 2016

It all began in 2015 when pilots Bertrand Piccard and André Borschberg set out to fly around the world in their solar-powered aircraft, the Solar Im

Hillary Clinton’s Email Trouble July 11, 2016

For over a year, something’s been hanging over Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president: an FBI investigation into her emails. Emails? That’s ri

A Sit-in to Stand Up July 11, 2016

What do you do when you want to ask your parents for something and it’s really REALLY important that you get it? Would you wave your hands around to

Respect. Equality. Justice. Dignity July 11, 2016

You may have seen the label: #BlackLivesMatter, but what does it mean and where did it come from? It started with a letter written by Alicia Garza, a

Volkswagen Pays for Cheating July 11, 2016

Do you know the saying, “Cheaters never win and winners never cheat?” Well that’s one saying that Volkswagen, a German carmaker, won’t soon fo

Venezuela: A Slippery Situation July 11, 2016

Venezuela is a country that exports (or sells to other countries) a lot of oil. Because it has one of the largest oil reserves in the world, it focuse

The U.K Votes to Leave July 11, 2016

And that’s exactly what the leaders of the United Kingdom are realizing now that the people have voted to leave the European Union (EU). Why? Well,

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Interesting Facts July 11, 2016

-Rio de Janeiro is the second largest city in the country of Brazil and one of the most visited cities in the Southern Hemisphere. -Rio de Janeiro was