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Say cheese! Fresh technology is replacing old-style family portraits—say hello to the statue selfie.
Chomp, chomp! Is that a chocolate-covered grasshopper leg in your teeth?
The Cat in the Hat might feel right at home in Myanmar’s Parliament. And he wouldn’t have to lose his trademark topper.
Calling all KABOBS (kids with a bunch of bricks)! It’s LEGO® time in the Big Apple.
It’s dirty, it’s noisy, and it’s difficult. It’s potato-hauling time.
Sink or swim? That’s the question high schoolers in South Carolina tried to answer—about cardboard. Wait! Soggy paper sinks, right?
If you fell asleep last night, if you woke up this morning, and if right now you would like nothing better than a snooze, it’s because you’ve got rhythm. Circadian rhythm, that is.
In 1928, it cost adventurer Robert Halliburton a $0.36 toll to swim the Panama Canal. How much would it cost in today’s dollars? $4.97 (source: Bureau of Labor Statistics)
These teen entrepreneurs prove that a good idea can become great—no matter your age!
In 2008, a protestor chucked a size 10 shoe at then-President George W. Bush. The man threw his shoe (and then his other shoe) because he was angry about the President’s policies.
Meet the Gipsons. They have been riding unicycles for years. Gideon, Abigail, Caleb, and Emily each started riding a unicycle at the age of seven.
You’ll probably figure out pretty quickly that this story isn’t really about a barnyard fight. It’s a picture of WWI. You can think of Crow and Owl as a journalist and a historian.
Imagine a world in which an injured patient receives a new human organ without waiting for a donor. Imagine a 3-D copier that can print a bladder, lung, or heart. You needn’t dream up these marvels.
Drones, drones, and more drones! They are in the news every week, armed with weapons and dropping bombs. In the last five years the U.S.
Look up. What do you see? If you’re inside, you might find a smooth white ceiling or rectangular panels on metal dividers. Not much to draw your attention, right?
Time Traveler illustrates the importance of the news by using true stories to create a sensible connection to current events.Go to topic!
Explain-IT trains you to understand the how’s and why’s of man-made inventions and ideas.Go to topic!
Pop! SMART provides tools that equip teenagers with the kinds of insights they need to wisely navigate today’s popular culture in a way that’s fun and engaging.Go to topic!
Taste Test prompts you to embrace culture and the arts by demonstrating all that’s positive about artistic expression.Go to topic!
Everyone daydreams, and as it should be. Good dreams aside, our culture is a natural enemy of serenity and hope. God has equipped you for great things.Go to topic!
True stories are incredibly powerful. They bring meaning to our lives—communicating the truths we can’t afford to live without.Go to topic!
Mud Room helps you relate to the news by exploring the details behind the stories in the headlines that relate to earth sciences.Go to topic!
Globe Trek will take you from the living room sofa to the mountains of Uzbekistan and from the screen of their smart phone to a Chilean plantation.Go to topic!
ka-Ching! takes a look at important principles of money and economics through relatable examples from everyday life.Go to topic!