Computer programs are getting better at telling who someone is from a picture of a face, but they're far from perfect. Some people are very worried about that.
Published in July 2018
The Tour de France is a very difficult bike race. It lasts over three weeks and covers 2,082 miles ( 3,351 kilometers). It ended yesterday with a new champion, Geraint Thomas.
Long periods of hot, dry weather can change the way that plants in farm fields grow. In Europe, this is uncovering secrets about things hidden under the ground.
After a US radio show wrongly reported that a city in Japan was having trouble finding ninjas, the city got messages from over 100 people asking about the jobs.
On July 27, most of the world will have a chance to see the longest total eclipse of the moon for the next 100 years.
When photographer Brent Cizek went out on Bemidji Lake, he wasn't expecting much. But what he saw was a real surprise - a mother duck with about 50 ducklings swimming behind her.
On Monday, a dam in Laos broke after heavy rains. The flooding has forced thousands of people from their homes. Several people have been killed, and hundreds are still missing.
Scientists have learned that ladybugs don't like loud rock music or city noises. That's good for farmers to know, since ladybugs eat smaller insects that feed on plants farmers grow.
Countries around the world have been hit by record heats that are affecting farmers and causing wildfires. The heat waves have killed some people and sent others to the hospital.
The US Navy has changed its rules about how women can wear their hair. Now women can wear ponytails and some other hairstyles if they are neat and safe.