The world’s oceans are in danger. Emily talks with teens that participated in an innovative program to help and restore this important life source.
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the past year, you’ve probably been hearing a lot of talk about politics. And the talk hasn’t just been about who to vote for. From political scientists – to journalists: much attention is being focused on how divided – and bitter – American politics has become. Katarina reports one what can be done to put a bit of politeness back into politics. She also speaks with author Dustin Lawson who’s written a book offering a possible solution, that even teens too young to vote can participate in.
For weeks now we’ve been telling you that this is a very important season for Teen Kids News. We’ve now been on the air for 20 years. Over that time, 9 teens have sat in this anchor chair – in this Look Back we speak with the original Teen Kids News anchor – Mwanzaa Brown.
The National Road Safety Foundation brings us another important reminder of the dangers of driving distracted.
Veronique tells us how the company that’s got those instantly recognizable, vibrant blue huge buildings – IKEA, got its name.
And Lila tells about a coin that’s worth 10 million dollars.