Whales Get Stranded in Australia March 30, 2018

Last week, 150 short-finned pilot whales became stranded on Hamelin Bay, a beach on the southwest corner of Australia. Unfortunately, it happened over

Marching for Their Lives March 30, 2018

It was one of the largest student-led marches in modern US history and it happened on Saturday, March 24th. Early counts estimated that over a million

When Can You Walk to School by Yourself? March 30, 2018

Not sure? Well, believe it or not, parents aren’t quite sure themselves either because states don’t have specific laws around that exact s

Dinner Table Conversation: What’s up with Rubber Duckies? March 30, 2018

Scientists have been studying germs for decades. They want to know what causes germs to spread, how they live and grow, how to get rid of them, and wh

Junior Reporter: A Night at the Museum March 30, 2018

Junior Reporter Insha M. had a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to sleep over at the National Archives in Washington DC. While there, she was able to ch

What Makes You Happy? March 24, 2018

Did you know there can be a day for pretty much anything? “National Ice-Cream Day” is the third Sunday each July, and “National Friendship Day

Update: Venezuela’s Economic Woes Continue March 24, 2018

Imagine that you make ice cream and you’re one of just a few suppliers of ice cream in your neighborhood. Since there are so few ice cream suppliers

Is Paper the Latest Craze? March 24, 2018

Say, what? Believe it or not (and we believe it, because … well … we print monthly newspapers too!), paper is making a comeback. Whoa, whoa, whoa

Update: The Mosquito Emoji March 24, 2018

Mosquitos … what pests, right? But that’s exactly the point. Mosquitos carry diseases, and global health experts want people to know just how impo