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Olympic Firsts July 16, 2021

Yep, the wait is over! The Tokyo Summer Olympics is finally here. Athletes from around the world will be competing in thirty-three different sports (f

When Are Hiccups More Than Hiccups? July 16, 2021

That’s what people following the news in Brazil are asking this week. Why? The sixty-six-year-old president of Brazil, Jair Bolsonaro, was admitted

A Contest Fit For A Queen July 9, 2021

Why Should You Care? It’s a contest to design an emblem for Queen Elizabeth’s Platinum Jubilee. If you win, you’ll be a part of the

France Goes Against World Rugby Ban July 1, 2021

Background: Last year, World Rugby announced that transgender women (or those assigned male at birth who later transition to being female) would be ba

A Bridge Made Of Grass? July 1, 2021

The Q’eswachaka Bridge: A bridge made of woven grass is one of the few remaining relics of the Inca road system. The Q’eswachaka bridge hangs sixt

El Salvador Says Yes To Bitcoin June 25, 2021

Have you heard of Bitcoin before? If not, here’s a quick explanation. Bitcoin is a type of cryptocurrency, or digital currency that can only be

Countries Sign The Artemis Accords June 11, 2021

Have you ever had to sign a contract? It may sound like something only adults do, but believe it or not, kids often sign contracts too. On the first d

Judge Orders Oil Company To Clean Up! June 11, 2021

For the first time ever, a judge has ruled that an oil company needs to reduce its emissions. A Dutch court judge ruled that energy company Royal Dutc

This Month In History: June June 10, 2021

1) Father’s Day: June 1972 If the history behind Mother’s Day fascinates you, you’ll want to read this! Even though Mother’s Day w