On Sunday, Hungary's prime minister, Viktor Orbán was re-elected for the third time. Many other people from his party were also elected. Now he has the power to change the laws of the country.
Yesterday was the 70th birthday of the World Health Organization. It was also World Health Day - a day meant to remind people that everyone should be able to get good health care.
A large oil spill near the Indonesian city of Balikpapan has killed at least 5 people and made hundreds of others sick. The oil has spread over 50 square miles.
Scientists have taken pictures of a star that is farther away than any single star ever seen. They were only able to see the star because gravity made it look bigger.
Four countries have chosen presidents in the last week. Here is a look at the presidents of Egypt, Botswana, Costa Rica, and Sierra Leone.
On Tuesday, a computer problem caused delays for thousands of flights in Europe. Some flights were cancelled. The problem has now been fixed.
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.
When Malala Yousafzai was 14, she was shot for working to help girls in Pakistan go to school. Ms. Yousafzai just visited Pakistan for the first time since then.
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.
A Chinese space station may come back down to earth soon. Scientists are not sure where it might hit. The station might also burn up before it hits the ground.