Eighteen-year-old Christopher Slayton used a video game to recreate the whole universe.
A museum in Massachusetts has returned some of the objects in its collection to their rightful owners—members of the Lakota Sioux.
More and more schools are banning cell phones. Should school be a phone-free zone?
Bella Rasmussen is the first female high school football player in her state to score two touchdowns in a varsity game.
In a village in India, people take a 90-minute break from their screens every night—for a good reason.
November 8 is Election Day in the United States. Here’s what midterm elections are all about.
A new U.S. quarter honors Anna May Wong, the first Asian American movie star.
The prime minister of the United Kingdom resigned after just 45 days in office. Will the new prime minister be successful?
A robot called Cassie set a speed record after running on two feet. Why is that a big deal?
A fire swept through the island of Rapa Nui, damaging the island’s famous ancient statues.
“Best by” dates on food labels are contributing to a big problem: Food waste.
Scientists believe they know the origin of Saturn’s famous rings.
Aaron Judge and Albert Pujols brought baseball fans to their feet this past season with home run after home run.
NASA says a collision between a spacecraft and an asteroid went according to plan.
October 10 is Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the United States.
The Merriam-Webster dictionary added some new—and somewhat surprising—words to its pages.
The owner of Patagonia, an outdoor clothing company, is giving away the entire company.
Sonia Sotomayor, whose parents were from Puerto Rico, is the first Hispanic justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.
President Joe Biden has announced that millions of people who borrowed money to go to college will have their debt reduced.
Queen Elizabeth has died after a long and eventful reign.
Nervous delegates, arguments, and a heat wave. These were just a few of the things the Founders dealt with as they wrote the United States Constitution.
Sixteen-year-old Sophie Araque-Liu is the winner of the 2022 Doodle for Google contest!
The Tasmanian tiger has been extinct since the 1930s. But a team of scientists is working to bring it back
Scientists have discovered a type of meat-eating plant that lives underground.
Basketball legend Bill Russell, who led the Boston Celtics to eight straight championships, has died.
Experts say that when teens have to be up for school early in the morning, they often don’t get enough sleep.
Extreme heat is affecting many parts of the world—even places where summers are not usually very hot.
July 19 is the anniversary of the first day of the Seneca Falls Convention, a two-day meeting where attendees spoke out for women’s rights.
Kelsie Whitmore is the highest ranked female baseball player in decades.
Scientists have been able to grow plants in soil from the Moon!
The United States Senate has voted to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson to the nation’s highest court.