Money Talks July 25, 2019

Yeah, we’re talking about money this week because money talks—well, not literally—but it does say a lot. In 2016, the United States Treasury Dep

Quebec Passes A Controversial Bill July 12, 2019

Should government workers be allowed to wear religious symbols to work? Some say yes; others say no. In Quebec, Canada, a bill called Bill 21 just pas

More Than A World Cup Win July 12, 2019

When the FIFA Women’s World Cup began earlier this summer, the event gained a following like never before. Why? Because the games were incredibly ex

Is It Hot Or Is It Just Me? June 30, 2019

If you’re in Europe, it’s definitely not just you! Europe is experiencing a heat wave—that’s when there’s a period of extremely hot weat

Italy Wins 2026 Winter Olympics Bid June 30, 2019

The year 2026 may seem far away, but it’s only a short seven years for the city who’s hosting the 2026 Winter Olympics. Earlier this week, the Int

Ecuador Says Yes June 23, 2019

Love is in the air! No, it’s not Valentine’s Day, but one community is feeling the love this month. Why? Earlier this month, Ecuador became the fi

No Time Like The Present June 23, 2019

What is time? It’s hard to describe, but we use time to mark when to do things like go to sleep or head to school. But what if there was no time

Can You Score Too Much? June 23, 2019

Have you ever played a team sport like soccer? If you have, your team was probably a part of a larger league, and that league might have had rules lik

Who Was Anne Frank? June 16, 2019

On June 12th, 1929, a girl named Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt, Germany. No one knew it at the time, but she would one day become famous not for ac