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
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
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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.
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
When the holidays come around, many of us will be getting on airplanes to visit friends and family or to embark on a much-needed vacation. If you’r
Remember that girl who stared down a bull last year in New York City? Well, she wasn’t a real girl but rather a statue of a little girl approximatel
When rules and laws are put in place in any country, there are usually good reasons for them. A tax, for example, can help pay for city infrastructure