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We know that all-too-many animals are on the endangered species list – meaning there are very few of them left in the wild. We also usually understand that it’s somehow the fault of human beings when an animal becomes endangered. Maybe if we knew exac
So you've slept through a few geography classes and now you have a test coming. Check out these map terms to save your butt. You can thank us later.
A shipwreck thought to have gold worth hundreds of millions of dollars on board has been found in the U.K.’s English Channel.
More than 100 people have been killed in Kenya in Africa after a truck carrying fuel exploded.
Parts of Australia are used to hot weather, but recent temperatures have been soaring and causing chaos across the country.
Saturday, January 31 was an important day in Iraq as people voted for local councils.
People watching a small plane land at an airport in Colombia, South America got a surprise when it came to a halt in a pretty unusual way.
A mailman who rescued a baby otter on a Scottish roadside took her on a 350 km tour in his mailbag!
Scientists are sending two new satellites into space to discover the world’s worst-polluting countries.
Home room, attendance, lining up for lunch and checking a book out of the library are all part of everyday school life. But new technology is being introduced to change the way some schools do all these things.
Two pandas that were given as a gift from China to Taiwan have been appearing in public for the first time.
It’s all presidential this week at Kidzworld as the 44th President of the United States of America – Barack Obama – makes it official on Capitol Hill in Washington on Tuesday, January 20, 2009.
President Obama has some high hopes for the future of all children. You can see these expressed in the following letter, which he wrote to his daughters...
As a kid living in America, what do you think are the most important things President Obama should focus on during his presidency? Health, education, the environment? PBS Kids is giving kids all over the country a chance to speak out about the issues they
According to the White House’s official website, President Barack Obama is committed to creating the most open and accessible administration in American history.
On Friday, January 16, a plane crash landed in an icy river in New York. Amazingly, all the passengers on board survived.
A number of students from the same school were recently sent a scary fake e-mail from someone pretending to be a 16-year-old bully.
Over the weekend, Barack Obama announced that he, his wife and two daughters are hoping to expand their family soon.
A Dalmatian dog has broken a world record, recently giving birth to a litter of 18 puppies!
Although they were born a year ago, a zoo in Mexico is celebrating the first public appearance of three adorable Bengal tiger cubs.