Jean Marzollo wrote over 150 books for children. She was the author of the popular I Spy book series. Ms. Marzollo, who was 75, died on Tuesday.
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.
You'll get in trouble if you insult King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands. But thanks to a new law, you won't get in nearly as much trouble as you would have before.
A group of female soccer players has set two world records. In 2017, they played a soccer game at the highest height ever reported. Last week, they played a game at the lowest spot.
Sergei Skripal and Yulia Skripal, who were poisoned in March, are both feeling better. Ms. Skripal has left the hospital. Doctors say Mr. Skripal is also getting better quickly.
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.
On Saturday, over 40 people were killed after Syria dropped bombs on the city of Douma. The bombs may have carried deadly chemicals. Other countries are thinking about how they will respond.
On Saturday, a train in India carrying 1,000 people rolled for 9 miles without an engine or a driver. Workers put rocks on the tracks to stop the train. No one was hurt.
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.