Workers in the US and Europe have been going on strike. They've stopped doing their jobs in order to protest. Here's a look at strikes in the US, France, and Germany.
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On Monday, Tammy Duckworth became the first person to give birth while working as a US senator. The senator reported that she'd had a baby girl, named Maile Pearl.
The US has two new college basketball champions. On Sunday, Notre Dame won the NCAA women's title. Last night Villanova became the NCAA men's champions.
New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has invited girls to apply to be the Governor for one day. The contest is open to New Hampshire girls who are in middle school or high school.
For over a week, the City of Atlanta's computer systems have been under attack. The computer files have been taken over by criminals who want over $50,000 to allow the computers to work again.
On Saturday, hundreds of thousands of people protested for stronger gun laws in the US. Over 800 protests were held in cities around the world.
Frida Kahlo was an artist who never worried about what other people thought was pretty. Now the toy company Mattel has made a Barbie doll of Kahlo, and some people are not happy about it.
At 10 o'clock on March 14, high school and college students all over the US will leave class for 17 minutes. They are walking out of class as a way to protest against problems caused by guns.