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

Welcome To The Dark Side … January 19, 2019

Of the moon that is! The start of 2019 has been an exciting one for space scientists and space enthusiasts alike! First it was the confirmed discoveri

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

Ice, Ice Baby! January 11, 2019

Have you ever seen an ice sculpture? Perhaps at a holiday party, on display at a hotel, or a wedding? Well, ice sculptures are pretty cool (pun very m

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

Pushing Back The Leaning Tower Of Pisa December 14, 2018

Did you know that the Leaning Tower of Pisa was closed for eleven years in the 1990s due to fears that the tilt would eventually bring the tower crash

Can Good Intentions Go Bad? December 7, 2018

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

Going Once, Going Twice, Sold! December 7, 2018

Do you collect baseball cards? Perhaps stuffed animals or Star Wars Lego sets? Believe it or not, things that you collect may be worth a lot of money

Be Still My Chess-Pounding Heart! November 30, 2018

This year’s World Chess Championship in London was expected to be an exciting one, where, for the first time since the 1960s, an American player

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