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Few Babies for Japan

An aging country’s low birthrate grows critical.

News Bytes 11/29/2022 2
Chinese Crowds Call for Change

After a fire in a locked-down area, Chinese protesters demonstrate for freedom.

News Bytes 11/28/2022 2
Cold and Dark ahead for Ukraine

Ukrainians brace for the worst winter of their lives.

News Bytes 11/25/2022 2
WORLD Watch: Top Story

Today in Top Story: Nick Jensen shares a Thanksgiving history lesson. CLICK TO PLAY

News Bytes 11/25/2022 0
Happy Thanksgiving from WORLDteen!

Now thank we all our God, with hearts and hands and voices!

News Bytes 11/24/2022 3
Orion Moon-Bound

NASA’s Orion capsule buzzes the Moon in last big step before lunar orbit.

News Bytes 11/23/2022 0
Railroad Deal Deadline Looms

The clash between unions and railroads threatens the US supply chain.

News Bytes 11/22/2022 0
World Cup Opens in Debate

Qatar opens a controversial World Cup with a lavish half-hour ceremony.

News Bytes 11/21/2022 5
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Ka-ching 11/01/2022
The (Dynamic) Price Is Right?

Technology gives retailers new tools to determine value.

Pie in the Sky 11/01/2022
Rise of the Mechanical Exoskeleton

A mechanical “suit” swells human strength—and offers potential beyond looking cool.

Law 'N Order 11/01/2022
D.C. Plans for Baby Bonds

DC’s pioneering “Baby Bonds” plan aims to narrow the wealth gap.

Explain It 11/01/2022
Grace-full Moves in Atlanta

A This Old House restoration honors black history and makes a graceful way forward.

Pop Smart 11/01/2022
Sled Hockey Hopes

Women’s sled hockey players work for more teams and Paralympic status.

Mud Room 11/01/2022
Do You See What You See?

Scientists attempt to explain a phenomenon of collective false memories.

Globe Trek 11/01/2022
Suffer the Afghan Children

Some Afghan children miss school to perform backbreaking work in brick kilns.

People Mover 11/01/2022
Hopi Teens Create Desert Skatepark

Hopi teenagers see a need for a skateboarding park—and work to make it happen.

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Explain-IT trains you to understand the how’s and why’s of man-made inventions and ideas.

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Pop Smart

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.

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Pie in the Sky

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.

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People Mover

True stories are incredibly powerful. They bring meaning to our lives—communicating the truths we can’t afford to live without.

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Mud Room

Mud Room helps you relate to the news by exploring the details behind the stories in the headlines that relate to earth sciences.

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Globe Trek

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.

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ka-Ching! takes a look at important principles of money and economics through relatable examples from everyday life.

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Law 'N Order

Law ‘N Order captures your imagination through civics, focusing on the idea that everyone can make a difference in life.

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