If you've got a cell phone, and you're in the US, you'll probably get a text message from the president today. The US is testing a presidential emergency alert service.
On Friday, an earthquake hit Sulawesi, Indonesia. After the earthquake, a huge wave washed over the city of Palu, killing or injuring thousands, and leaving around 60,000 people homeless.
Reports about Judge Brett Kavanaugh's past have people on all sides upset. Some say the stories hurt an innocent man. Others say the judge has no business being a judge.
In 2015, two inventors had an unusual idea - what if you recycled plastic, and turned it into a road? The world's first plastic bike path is now testing their idea.
For many people around the world, Google and its businesses affect almost every part their daily lives. Twenty years ago, it didn't even exist. How has it grown so much?
After someone hurts their backbone, they are often unable to walk. Now, scientists have used electrical signals to help people with spine damage begin to take steps again.
Aldi lived alone on a fishing raft, tied up many miles off shore. When his raft broke loose, he floated alone across the Pacific Ocean for seven weeks. And lived.
President Trump has begun a "trade war" with China by taxing things they sell to the US. Mr. Trump thinks it will help the US, but experts say it could hurt everyone.
Tiger Woods is one of the best golfers ever, but many people thought he was finished. But on Sunday, Woods won the Tour Championship - his first major golf win in five years.
On Sunday, India began the world's largest government health care plan. The plan, which some are calling "Modicare", will bring free health care to 500 million people.