The Early Bird Gets The Vote! April 14, 2018

What happens when you turn sixteen? Perhaps you get that sweet sixteen birthday party you’ve been dreaming about, or perhaps you finally! get your d

What Did Facebook Do? April 7, 2018

Social media—it’s the modern form of communication and a way to connect with people. After all, if you want to connect with someone, you just have

To Ask Or Not To Ask April 7, 2018

Seventeen states sued the US government this week over a single question. Wait, what? You see, every ten years, the United States conducts a to figure

Update: Back to School We Go! April 5, 2018

Update To Teachers’ Strike The latest teacher strike is in Oklahoma, a state where schools can afford to stay open only four days a week. Besides pa

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

News in Pictures March 24, 2018

What does Russia, Ghana, and the United States have in common? Well, all three countries are in our News in Pictures series this week! Six More Year

No More Toys “R” Us March 24, 2018

Maybe you remember Toys “R” Us, maybe you don’t! Up until recently, Toys “R” Us was one of the largest, well-known toy stores in the United

The Federal Government Sues California March 16, 2018

What happens when you defy your parents? We’re going to take a not-so-wild guess and say that you get in trouble—maybe you get a timeout? But what

Who Would You Call from the Moon? March 9, 2018

No matter who you’d call, it wouldn’t be a cheap call, that’s for sure! This week, two companies, Vodaphone and Nokia, announced efforts to buil