- School Stuff
When visiting a foreign county everyone hopes for the chance to get the picture of a lifetime. Find out what these tourists in Australia lost when they ran into a picture perfect opportunity.
Just because the name suggests this bird is bald, doesn't mean the Bald Eagle has no feathers. The eagle can be found throughout North America. Did you know this bird can swim?
If you’ve been hanging out in the cafeteria or library you’re probably out of the loop. It seems that it’s not just a rumor that a type of tattoo known as "Blue Star" is being sold on school grounds.
Slavery was legal in Puerto Rico for 350 years. Some owners even went so far as to brand their slaves foreheads with hot irons. No wonder there is a holiday to celebrate the end of this cruelty.
Greg Smith likes playing soccer, mountain climbing and reading. He's just like every other boy his age, except the 11 year-old is in his second year at college and working towards world peace.
There's a reason the fly swatter was invented. The bot fly species invade living tissues or organs of animals and humans. They tunnel into the flesh and have to be surgically removed.
The Krelboynes are the geniuses that hang out with Malcolm at school every day. They know how to build robots, rockets and the best food fight weapons - too bad they get beat up all the time.
Even though 70 per cent of our planet is covered in water, we can only use one percent of it. Earth is also the only planet that humans can live on because we have the most oxygen and water.
Who's your fave: Backstreet Boys or *NSYNC? Nick or Justin? Can't get enough heartfelt ballads or want in-your-face dance tunes? Find out what Lauren has to say about BSB and *NSYNC.
Quadruple axels, double twists and face plants were all highlights of the 2001 World Figure Skating Championships held in Vancouver, Canada.