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Alejandro Buxton started his own candle company.

12.01.22

Scientists are learning more about the ocean with the help of some sharks!

11.29.22

Scientists invented a robot that protects birds by getting them to fly away from airports. It looks like a falcon!

11.18.22

Some famous stone lions had to be repaired, so an artist made a replacement out of LEGO!

11.15.22

Jeans that were made in the late 1800s were found in an old mine. And they look a lot like today’s jeans!

11.11.22

Eleven-year-old Isaac Winfield collects food in his driveway so people can take what they need.

11.08.22

Some people are mosquito magnets. They get bitten a lot! Scientists think they know why.

11.04.22

Four women just got jobs working in Antarctica, which is the coldest place in the world.

11.01.22

You won’t believe how much the world’s largest pumpkin weighs!

10.28.22

Fenrir is the world’s tallest cat…and he’s still growing!

10.25.22

Nicole Mann is the first American Indian woman to travel to space!

10.21.22

Ilia Malinin is the first figure skater to land a quadruple axel during a competition.

10.18.22

Which toys will be chosen for the National Toy Hall of Fame?

10.14.22

Students at a school in Georgia found a way to make their playground less hot.

10.11.22

October 10 is Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the United States. 

10.04.22

Scientists say that cockroaches might someday be able to help humans in a big way!

09.30.22

What are the most popular emojis? We’ve got the answer.

09.27.22

Sonia Sotomayor, whose parents were from Puerto Rico, is the first Hispanic justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.

09.23.22

A scientist found that some dogs might cry tears of joy when their owners come home.

09.20.22

Elizabeth II was queen of the United Kingdom for 70 years—longer than anyone else.

09.16.22

How did the United States Constitution get written? It wasn’t easy!

09.13.22

Mack Rutherford just flew around the world, and he’s only 17!

09.09.22

Experts say the number of tigers in the wild has risen.

09.02.22

A car called the Switchblade can drive or fly!
08.30.22

Bellen Woodard started her own crayon company—and wrote a book!

08.26.22

What if your school was on a boat or built out of bottles? Some kids are learning in some very unusual places!

08.23.22

Carson Pickett became the first athlete with a limb difference to play on the U.S. women’s national soccer team.

08.16.22

Someone spotted footprints outside a restaurant in China. It turns out, the footprints were made by dinosaurs!

08.09.22

Scientists say that migrating monarch butterflies are endangered, but we can act to help them.

08.02.22

A powerful space telescope captured some amazing images of space!

07.26.22

Does this spider look like the face on a can of Pringles potato chips? The people at Pringles think so!

07.19.22

Scientists at NASA hope to find out more about the strange stuff people have seen in the sky.

07.12.22

A man walked high above a crowd–on a tightrope!

06.28.22

Hyundai’s new cars are called UMVs, and they don’t need roads to get where they’re going!

06.21.22

A 14-year-old named Harini Logan won the 2022 Scripps National Spelling Bee.

06.14.22

What was the very first roller coaster like?

06.07.22

A scientist says a tree in Chile may be the oldest tree in the world!

06.03.22

Zeus is the world’s tallest living dog, and his family loves him for it!

05.27.22

Scientists taught a robot how to peel a banana. They’re excited to find out what else robots can learn to do.

05.24.22

Astronaut Jessica Watkins is the first Black woman to live and work in space.

05.20.22

Can you open an Oreo cookie and get the same amount of creamy filling on both sides? One scientist wanted to find out.

05.17.22

Scientists have identified a species of saber-toothed mammal that lived about 42 million years ago.

05.13.22

All over the world, people love Xeo Chu’s paintings.

05.10.22

May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Mabel Lee was an immigrant from China who helped women win the right to vote in the U.S.

05.06.22

There was a solar eclipse last month. Did you miss it? That could be because this eclipse was viewed from Mars!

05.03.22

This art project aims to get people to use less plastic.

04.29.22

Scientists have discovered a new species of very colorful fish.

04.26.22

It’s Earth Day, and Mattel has a present for our planet.

04.22.22

“Give me liberty, or give me death!”

04.19.22

More than 20 shelter dogs found homes, thanks to letters that were written by students!

04.15.22

Ketanji Brown Jackson will be the newest justice on the United States Supreme Court.

04.12.22

The Joro spider is a gentle giant.

04.08.22

A group of students found a way to spread happiness.

04.05.22

A story that’s positively pre-PASTA-rous!

04.01.22

The BMW iX Flow can change from white to gray and back again.

03.29.22