In late June, a wedding dress fashion contest was held in New York City. What made the contest special is that all the dresses were made out of toilet paper.
President Trump has chosen Brett Kavanaugh for the Supreme Court - the highest court in the US. The Senate must now vote to decide if Judge Kavanaugh can join the court.
Very, very heavy rains have caused huge floods and landslides in Japan. Over 110 people have been killed and millions have had to leave their homes.
A group has been given permission to protest against President Trump's visit to the UK by flying a huge balloon that shows the president as a baby wearing a diaper.
The US Postal Service has been told to pay $3.5 million because they put a picture of the wrong Statue of Liberty on one of their postage stamps.
A group in Australia working to protect animals has completed the world’s largest cat-proof fence. Next, the group will bring back animals that lived in the area long ago.
Carbon dioxide is a gas that makes soft drinks fizzy. Many of the factories in Europe that make CO2 are closed now, and there is not enough CO2 to go around.
On Sunday, Andrés Manuel López Obrador was elected president of Mexico. Mr. López Obrador has run for president three times. This time, he won by a lot.
Police thought there might be a bomb in a bag someone had left at the Adelaide Airport. But instead of a bomb, they found a bunny.
James Melville, Jr., who represents the US in Estonia, is leaving the job. Mr. Melville does not agree with President Trump's attacks on countries that are friendly to the US.