New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern gave birth to a baby girl yesterday. She is the second world leader to have a baby while in office.
As a girl, Laura Murray was given a small bottle of dust. Now, almost 50 years later, she's taking NASA to court to keep that bottle - the dust came from the moon.
Children are being separated from their parents as families try to enter the US. Under President Trump's plan, people trying to enter the US without permission are treated like criminals.
Greece and Macedonia have been arguing about a name for over 27 years. Now they may be on their way to solving their problem.
Baobabs are huge trees that grow mainly in Africa. They can live for thousands of years. Scientist say the largest of these trees are dying, probably because of climate change.
Most people know that using a phone while driving is dangerous. What about walking? Every year, tens of thousands of walkers are hurt or killed while they are on their phones.
A raccoon became very big news on the Internet this week as it climbed a 25-story office building. Millions of people watched as the raccoon worked its way up the tower.
Thursday was the first day of the 2018 FIFA World Cup. For the next month, the 32 best men's national soccer teams will compete to become the next world's champion.
Scientists in Australia have shown that bees seem to understand the idea of zero. Up until now only a few animals with larger brains have shown this skill.
The US and North Korean leaders met Monday for the first time ever. The meeting's biggest result may be a change in the way the countries treat each other.