Some people were excited that there was a new emoji for a lobster. But the picture of the lobster didn't have the right number of legs. Now it does.
A tall garbage dump in Mozambique fell down on people who were living in or near the dump. The accident killed at least 17 people and hurt many more.
On Sunday, an airplane crashed into a mountain in Iran. Aseman Airlines, the airline that owned the plane, thinks that all 65 people who were on the plane died.
Pablo Picasso is one of the most famous artists in the world. Now scientists have used x-rays to uncover secrets in one of Picasso's famous paintings.
Apple Park is an amazing building - a glass circle a mile around. But the workers there keep bumping into the clear glass walls.
The Church of England is asking people to give up plastic for six weeks. This is in honor of Lent, an important part of their religion.
A young man came into his old school on Wednesday and shot many people. Police caught him and he is in jail now.
There is a new blood test that will let a doctor quickly find out for sure whether someone has a head injury called a concussion.
On Saturday night, a train ran into a herd of elephants. Four of the elephants were killed at once. Another elephant was badly hurt.
A college student almost failed a course because her professor did not know that Australia was both a continent and a country.