Voters came out for the midterm elections, big tech companies begin laying off workers, North Korea's leader Kim Jong-Un's plan to strengthen the country's military, and the 51st annual New York City...
Category - Season 20
In “Make the Grade” this week, Christin explains how your family vacations could help in making a decision on where to go to college.
COVID upset our lives in so many ways. Yet something good may actually come out of the pandemic... an effort to improve financial literacy.
Reese tells us why some sunscreens are harming the oceans.
The NRSF 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.
The tallest structure in Washington DC is also 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. 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.
Elon Musk is officially the owner of Twitter, cases of RSV are being reported by children's hospitals throughout the country, a stampede in South Korea's nightlife district killed more than 150...
Being able to spend a semester studying abroad is one of the most popular programs US colleges offer. But suppose instead of just a semester you could get your entire college education in another...
Chloe tells us about Beanie Babies, a collectable that is more nostalgic than valuable.
In “Make the Grade” this week, Christin explains what it takes to delegate effectively and how that can help with your leadership skills.
In this week's “Art Smart” Katie give us insight on the famous Norman Rockwell painting known as Rosie the Riveter.
News for teens, delivered by teens, is the mission of TKN. And we’ve been doing that for 20 years now. This week we look back with Katie.
Although roads were built for cars, they’re also shared by people walking, biking or riding on scooters. And that’s the subject of this video presented by the NRSF.
The "Nation's Report Card" shows math scores declined in almost all 50 states, Rishi Sunak is the new Prime Minister of the UK, Chinese President Xi Jinping will serve a third term, and a quaint New...
Every country has its special ways to eat. Spain is no different. Nicole tells us about the art of diminutive dish dining.
Reese reports about teen environmentalist Greta Thunberg’s latest achievement.
In this report sponsored by News Media Group, find out how you can use SNAP to shop for healthy food on Amazon from Registered Dietitian Dalina Soto.
Today's news about the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, a report confirming significant radioactive contamination at an elementary school, kamikaze drones used in the war between Russia and Ukraine...