COVID upset our lives in so many ways. Yet, as Ava tells us, something good may actually come out of the pandemic… an effort to improve financial literacy.
In “Make the Grade” this week, Christin explains how your family vacations could help in making a decision on where to go to college.
Reese tells us why some sunscreens are harming the oceans.
The National Road Safety Foundation brings us this important message because they want drivers to keep their hands on the wheel, their eyes on the road and their mind on driving.
Sebastian tells us about the tallest structure in Washington DC… as the first monument to have been built it fittingly honors the first president of the United States.
Brendan explains how ice cream could be helping to fight global warming.
News for teens, delivered by teens, is the mission of Teen Kids News. And we’ve been doing that for 20 years now. This week we look back with Scott, a member of our team who contributed a lot to the program over the years.
In their day, they were the highest expression of art. Towering edifices built of stone and glass. They were the cathedrals of Europe. And among the most awesome, are the cathedrals of Spain. Buckle your seatbelt, Nicole takes us on a whirlwind excursion in this episode of “The Reign in Spain.”