Part 2: Elections Around The World April 27, 2019

We’re wrapping up our section about elections happening all around the world in April. If you missed Part One of our world election coverage, you ca

Sony’s Photography Contest April 27, 2019

We bet you’ve seen a lot of amazing photos; picking your favorite might be pretty challenging. Judging a photography contest might be even more diff

Part 1: Elections Around The World April 19, 2019

April is a busy month in some countries when it comes to elections. This month, we’ll be taking a look at elections in small countries like Andorra

The World Will Rebuild Notre Dame April 19, 2019

One of the most iconic figures in Paris, France, is the Notre Dame cathedral. Built in the middle of the Seine river, the cathedral took 200 years to

If At First You Don’t Succeed, Try, Try Again … April 19, 2019

And that’s what Israel’s SpaceIL and Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) plan to do after a failed attempt at landing their Beresheet spacecraft on

A Tiger’s Roaring Comeback April 19, 2019

Fan of golf? Perhaps, perhaps not, but there’s a reason why people around the world are talking about professional golf this week. Two words: Tiger

Delivering Justice Takes Time! April 19, 2019

We often hear of people in the news who have done bad things. Whether they’ve cheated or committed a crime, we hear the story … and then we forget

It’s Time To Blossom! April 14, 2019

There may be a lot of crazy things happening in the world—what we like to call the good, bad, and interesting—so it’s always nice to take a mome

The Votes Are In … April 14, 2019

Israel is set to have its longest-serving prime minister ever. Benjamin Netanyahu served as Israel’s prime minister for just three years in 1996, bu

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