When you hear the word "museum", you probably think about great works of art, special items from history, or cool displays about science. You probably don't think about disgusting food. But Samuel West does.
Published in December 2018
China has put up to a million Uighur people in special camps in Xinjiang. Most people think the Uighurs are being punished. China says they are being trained.
In April, a group of Canadian scientists flying in a helicopter spotted something they didn't expect to see - a huge, unknown cave with an opening the size of a football field.
After two weeks of difficult talks, governments from around the world have agreed to a set of rules that will help the world make progress in dealing with climate change.
When a research group posted a picture of a young monk seal on the Internet, the picture, and the seal, soon became big news. Why? The seal had an eel hanging out of its nose.
The government of Luxembourg has said that it will make all public transportation free beginning in 2020. The plan is meant to cut down on traffic and pollution.
The makers of the TV show Sesame Street have created a new story to discuss a difficult subject - homelessness. The story is meant to help children deal with the problems of being homeless.
British Prime Minister Theresa May has survived a vote that would have removed her as prime minister. She still faces a nearly impossible challenge in completing a deal on Brexit.
December 10th is Human Rights Day. This year, the day marked 70 years since the nations of the world agreed to set out, for the first time, a list of rights belonging to everyone in the world.
Scientists at the University of Queensland in Australia may have discovered a new test for cancer. If it works, their discovery could allow doctors to test for cancer more quickly and perhaps find cancers earlier.