Scientists at Curtin University in Australia say that the world's oldest known spider has died. The trapdoor spider, known as "Number 16", was 43 years old.
The US Environmental Protection Agency was created to protect health and the environment in the US. Now the EPA and its leader are facing problems.
On May 12, groups around the world will celebrate Scratch Day. This will be the tenth year of Scratch Day events, where young coders meet to share ideas and learn about Scratch.
On Friday, the leader of North Korea crossed into South Korea for the first time in 65 years. The two leaders agreed to try and create peace between the two Koreas.
Over 500 people had to leave a library in Australia because of a possible gas leak. The problem turned out to be a stinky piece of rotting fruit.
Two important European leaders visited President Trump at the White House this week: President Emmanuel Macron of France and Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany.
Scientists have discovered that the clouds covering the planet Uranus smell like rotten eggs. The scientists found this out by studying sunlight bouncing off of the clouds.
Countries around the world are having a hard time dealing with water shortages. Here's a look at recent problems in South Africa, Mozambique, and Iran.
Many banks in India do not seem to have enough money to keep their ATMs filled. The problem is reminding many people of huge problems they had in 2016.
In 2016, scientists found a tiny life form that could "eat" plastic. Now other scientists have figured out a way to make that bacteria eat plastic even faster.