England plans to make energy drinks against the law for kids, Korea stops selling coffee in its schools, and in Detroit, school drinking fountains have been turned off because the water is dangerous.
Astronauts on the International Space Station (ISS) have patched a small leak in one part of the station. They were able to plug the hole using cloth and special glue.
La Tomatina is a tomato fight held once a year in Buñol, Spain. On Wednesday, 20,000 people came from around the world to join "the world's largest food fight".
When scientist Jessica Wade realized how little information there was about women scientists, she decided to help solve the problem. She's now created Wikipedia pages for over 300 female scientists.
25,000 swarming bees landed on a hot dog stand in New York City on Tuesday, causing a lot of excitement until the police were able to deal with the problem.
Police in Paraguay are trying to figure out what happened to 42 rifles that disappeared from the police storage area. Whoever took the rifles left toy rifles in their place.
Measles is a deadly disease that doctors and scientists know how to control. But now, many kids are missing important shots, and thousands of people are getting sick.
The leader of the French Open tennis contest has upset many people by saying that tennis star Serena Williams can't wear a special "catsuit" outfit in the contest next year.
For 116 years, the animals on Barnum's Animals crackers boxes have been in cages. Now, after a request from a group that works to protect animals, they are free.
After a week of challenges and sudden changes, Australia has a new prime minister. Malcolm Turnbull has been replaced by Scott Morrison.