South Korea Elects a New President May 10, 2017

On May 9th, nearly two months after former President of South Korea Park Geun-hye was formally impeached, South Koreans went to their polling booths

If You Can Think It, You Can Build It May 5, 2017

3D Printers Can Do a Lot! “3D printer house” by Scott Lewis via @Flickr CC by 2.0[/caption] It’s true. But we’re not talking about a p

A Constitutional Change: Turkey Wants to Make Changes to Outdated Laws April 16, 2017

On April 15th, the people of Turkey went to their polling stations to vote on a referendum: change the current constitution or keep it the same. The o

You’re Not Welcome: Protecting Borders or Un-American? February 23, 2017

In the world, there are approximately 65 million forcibly displaced people (IDP), that’s people who have to leave their homes because it is no longe

What Would You Do as President of the United States? November 23, 2016

With the elections coming up, we thought it’d be fun to ask kids: What’s the first thing you’d do as President of the United States?

Rio Summer Olympics: There’s a First for Everything! August 10, 2016

It’s been approximately 2,700 years since the ancient Olympics started in Olympia, Greece and 120 years since the start of the modern Olympics, but

London Has a New Mayor May 1, 2016

Real solutions beat false claims Every four years, the people of London head to the polls to vote for who they want to be their next mayor. This year,

A Blazing Battle May 1, 2016

Canada fights a record wildfire Wildfires are incredible fires that are just what their name suggests: wild! Strong winds help wild res travel quickly

Unicorns in Kazhakistan April 26, 2016

Or were they rhinos? Close your eyes and picture a unicorn. What does it look like? We see a beautiful horse-like animal with a long magical horn atta