Today, the US celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Dr. King's nonviolent protest methods guided his country through a very difficult period and set an example for others around the world.
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On Sunday night/Monday morning, people in North and South America, as well as some parts of Europe and Africa will have a chance to see a total eclipse of a "super blood" moon.
On Tuesday, British Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit plan was strongly defeated. As a result, the question of what will happen next between Great Britain and the European Union is as uncertain as ever.
When workers think they aren't being treated fairly, one way they can make their voices heard is by striking - refusing to work. Here's a look at four different groups of workers striking around the world.
A water company in England has found a 210 foot (64 meter) "fatberg" blocking its pipes. The fatberg is a hardened mess of grease, oil, baby wipes, and other items. Removing it will take weeks.
Dutch astronaut André Kuipers has reported that he once called the US emergency number 911 by accident while he was in the International Space Station.
Raising reindeer is an important business in arctic countries like Finland and Sweden. Now people who keep large groups of reindeer in Finland are trying to use GPS and the Internet to track their animals.
Britain's second largest airport has been shut down for around 36 hours by drones flying near and over the airport. Flights have started again, but the drones have not been found.
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.
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.