Update: Sorry, We’re Closed. February 1, 2019

Update: It took thirty-five long days, but on January 25th, President Trump signed, and the Senate and the House passed a bill to temporarily open the

Update: Will They Or Won’t They? January 31, 2019

Update: Would Greece agree to the name change? That’s the question that the world has been wondering since last July when both the territory of Mace

Two Presidents, One Country January 25, 2019

Leaders from around the world were sworn in earlier this year, marking the start of 2019 with transitions in leadership and new faces in government. I

Update: The LA Teachers Strike January 25, 2019

Update: After a marathon negotiating session (that lasted twenty-one hours!), the Los Angeles Teachers Union finally reached an agreement and called o

He Had A Dream … January 19, 2019

Every third Monday in January, the United States honors Martin Luther King, Jr., a minister, an activist, a leader during the civil rights movement, a

No, Not Forever January 19, 2019

If you walk into a post office, as many of you might have done over the holidays, you might notice something called Forever stamps. Introduced in 2007

A Chain Reaction January 11, 2019

Why do people protest? Last year, teachers across the United States went on strike to protest low pay and poor classroom conditions. In Armenia, peopl

Snowball Fights Are Important, Right? January 2, 2019

Here’s a fun bit of news for the winter … Ninety-eight years ago, a town in Colorado banned something that many children cherish: snowball fights.

Healthy School Lunch Not Required? December 14, 2018

What’s in your school lunch today? Maybe a healthy sandwich, some veggie sticks, and perhaps a treat. Or maybe you got lunch at school, where the me

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