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Hop on up and grab yourself a big glass of . . . frog juice? Sound like an unlikely treat? For some folks in Peru, juice made from blended-up croakers is a delicacy.
Malala Yousafzai is just 17 years old, but at least one German newspaper called her “the most famous teenager in the world.” Now Pakistani students are paying tribute to her.
You remember Napoleon from history class, right? Short guy with one hand in his jacket and the black two-cornered hat? Items from the infamous emperor’s estate are on the auction block.
Skateboard. Longboard. Hoverboard. It’s the evolution of a speedy sport that sends thousands of young people whizzing around—first on wheels and now on air.
One minute you’re spraying Windex; the next you’re dangling 69 stories above the street.
Here’s some serious math and science for you: Engineers successfully placed a washing-machine-sized lander on a speeding comet four billion miles away. And that’s not all.
As people moved out into the world, disease went with them. One serious disease, smallpox, probably caused the death of Pharaoh Ramses V in Egypt about 3,000 years ago.
Oh, the shinbone’s connected to the kneebone; the kneebone’s connected to the . . . uh, eight-foot thighbone!
What was shopping like a century or two ago? You’d be right if you guessed that it didn’t happen in super Walmarts and malls. Instead, some people shopped right at home—by mail!
Dictatorship means “rule by speaking.” Whatever a dictator says is law. He is the law. Humanly speaking, he is the absolute ruler.
God sent insect plagues upon the Egyptians. He also allows bugs to be a blessing. Bees pollinate flowers. Insects are even a blessing as a source of food.
Professional sports figures are in the news—but not always for their athletic skills. Stories of violence, racism, and cheating by players, coaches, and owners make headlines almost daily.
The Bible tells us “there is nothing new under the sun.” That’s true. Since creation, no one has made something out of nothing.
What do the founder of Islam, one of the world’s greatest boxing legends, and more than 7,000 British baby boys have in common? Would you believe it’s their first name?
Do you ever think of your life as a story—like a movie or a book? It is. Your story is being written as you live it. But it’s not just your story. It’s woven into a much bigger one.
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!