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How to Say “No” to Drinking and Drugs

Teen Vogue - Opportunities to drink and use drugs can increase over winter break, since there’s more free time to chill and less structure to...

Watch Teen Kids News Full Episode | November 15th – November 22nd, 2019

A BLOCK: Ava introduces us to two teens that dealt with adversity by moving into action, literally. They started an organization that’s all about movement to...

How Much Food Should I Eat?

People today eat way more than they used to — and way more than they need to. This means that they're constantly taking in...

Watch Teen Kids News Full Episode | November 8th – November 15th, 2019

A BLOCK: For most of us, it’s the first step into real adulthood: getting a driver’s license. And as Katie reports, along with that...

How Mount Agung’s eruption can create the world’s most fertile soil

Mount Agung in Bali is currently on the verge of eruption, and more than 100,000 people have been evacuated. However, one of us (Dian)...

India’s street children bank on the future

Ram Singh, 17, earns just one dollar from the 100 cups of tea he makes every day outside Delhi railway station, but each evening,...

Why Do Presidents Get Their Own Libraries?

Over the years, millions of public and private dollars and ostensibly, man hours, have been spent curating these institutions. Which begs the question: why? Franklin...

Watch Teen Kids News Full Episode | October 25th – November 1st, 2019

A BLOCK: Public schools are mostly funded through local taxes, so when communities refuse to support higher taxes, schools get less money.  Sadly, electives...

Bees are dying — What can we do about it?

CNN - Maybe you could stand to live in a world without honey. But what about almonds, pears, avocados, grapes and -- dare we...

The chip that changed the world

NYTimes - A small electronic component that has caused one of most dramatic outpourings of technological progress in human history turned 61 last September. The...

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