Most of us have been doing it since kindergarten: we stand up, face the American flag, and recite the Pledge of Allegiance. Ava tells us that a similar ceremony takes place every day – across the U.S. and even around the world. The ceremony is called Colors and it’s a time-honored tradition of the U.S. Military.
In “What’s in a Name” this week, Emily tells us the whale of a tale behind Starbucks’ name.
Brendan explains why some people are more attractive to mosquitos.
Katie tells us how artist Norman Rockwell was inspired by Franklin D. Roosevelt’s 1941 State of the Union Address and helped win a war.
Chloe has the scoop on what movie star Leonardo DiCaprio likes to collect and what good causes he spends the money they bring in at auction on.
In “Make the Grade” this week Christin tells us about the benefits of being bilingual.
In celebration of our 20th season on the air, we hear from some of our former reporters about what they learned from their experience on Teen Kids News.
The National Road Safety Foundation wants you to keep your eyes on the road, your hands on the wheel and your mind on driving, every time you are behind the wheel. That’s why they sponsored this important message.
We call them “Rising Stars.” Teens who have the talent and the craving to make it in the very tough world of entertainment. Katarina introduces us to one of them – Bryce McGlothin.
Reed tells us about the power of hearing your mom’s voice.
Blake tells us how eating the right breakfast can help with school.
Although modern Jordan is a country that is more than 90 per cent Muslim, it plays an important role in both the Christian and Jewish religions. Olivia tells us how.