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These unusual scholarships — including Duck Tape’s prom contest — give students big bucks

Instead of lamenting the high cost of college, two high school students decided to tape matters into their own hands. (You caught that, right?) Baylee DeVos, a...

Khmer Rouge: Cambodia’s years of brutality

In the four years that the Khmer Rouge ruled Cambodia, it was responsible for one of the worst mass killings of the 20th Century. The...

Can Venus Teach Us to Take Climate Change Seriously?

If human-induced climate change continues unchecked, 10 percent of the U.S. economy could evaporate by 2100, a 1,656-page federal report the White House slipped...

7 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself Before Committing to a College

Choosing a college is no small decision: After all, the path you take will play a huge role in not only your academic, but...

Need to remember something? Better draw it, study finds

If you need help jogging your memory, you might try your hand at drawing. A recent study found that we remember items better when...

Operation Cookie Drop Delivers Girl Scout Cookies to Military Bases

Intrepid Girl Scouts across the country are currently honing their skills as saleswomen and peddling the most addictively delicious cookies in existence. But not...

Watch Teen Kids News Full Episode | November 23 rd – November 30 th...

A BLOCK:  It’s never been easy being a teen.  But it seems that it’s certainly gotten a lot tougher.  Emily introduces us to an...

Why Prescription Drug Addiction Is Growing Among Teens

By the time Jessica McDonald was 13, she had already started drinking, smoking marijuana and using Adderall — a stimulant used to treat attention...

Possible Ivory-Billed Woodpecker Footage Breathes Life Into Extinction Debate

It’s been 74 years since the last clear portrait of an Ivory-billed Woodpecker came out of Louisiana—and according to Michael Collins, it could be...

Five myths about the Pilgrims

When it comes to historical memory, the old saying that you can’t choose your relatives is just plain wrong. Americans have chosen the Pilgrims...