On Sunday, some people in Florida got a message warning them about a power outage and a zombie attack. Luckily, that was only half true.
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Scientists in California say they have moved memories between two sea snails. The experiment gives new ideas about how memories are saved.
92-year-old Mahathir Mohamad is the new prime minister of Malaysia. The story of his surprise re-election is unusual in many ways.
A soldier in the US Army lost an ear in a car crash two years ago. Now she has gotten a brand new, real ear. It grew inside her arm.
Truck problems around the world have left some very strange items on roads recently. From cash to coins to chocolate, it's been a busy time.
A temple in Japan recently held a funeral for 114 dogs. The temple was asked to do this by a company that fixes toys. Why? The dogs are robots.
Over 500 people had to leave a library in Australia because of a possible gas leak. The problem turned out to be a stinky piece of rotting fruit.
The King of Swaziland has changed the name of his country. The new name of the country is eSwatini, which means "land of the Swazi" in the country's own language.
At school, at work, and in your homes,
April is the month to celebrate poems.
A group of poets, called the AAP,
Reminds us to read and share poetry.