Around 1.5 million people in over 120 countries took to the streets on Friday, March 15 as part of a worldwide climate strike, inspired by Greta Thunberg.
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Charlie Condell has finished a record-setting bike trip around the world. The 18-year-old completed the trip in just 248 days in spite of having his bicycle stolen partway through the trip.
When you read NewsForKids.net, you're reading an article on the World Wide Web. Though most of us can't imagine a world without the web, just 30 years ago, it didn't exist.
British Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan for the United Kingdom to leave the European Union was voted down last night, leaving the country with no clear plan of action just 17 days before the deadline.
Volvo says that beginning in 2020, it will limit the speed of all of its cars to 112 miles per hour (180 kilometers per hour). The car maker hopes the move will lead to better safety.
A biker who was leading a women's bike race by two minutes was forced to stop when she nearly caught up with the group of men who had started the same race eight minutes earlier.
Scientists have long wondered why zebras have stripes. A recent study seems to show an unexpected reason - to confuse flies so that it's hard for them to land.
Star Wars fans in France got some good news recently - fighting with lightsabers has just officially become a sport in the country.
Over 10,000 students across the United Kingdom (UK) skipped school on Friday to take part in a massive protest. The students want their government to take action on climate change.
As smartwatches become more popular around the world, governments and other groups are warning that many smartwatches for children are unsafe.