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MAY 27, 2015

More Bad News for Bees

Scientists are trying to find out why honeybees have been dying off worldwide

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May 26, 2015

A Big Oil Spill in California

Oil-drenched beaches on the West Coast are an environmental nightmare

May 22, 2015

Jetman Gets a Partner

After a long time flying solo, Jetman now has company in the sky above Dubai

May 20, 2015

It’s Raining Spiders!

Millions of tiny spiderlings fall on a town in Australia

May 18, 2015

A Dangerous Virus Gone for Good?

Rubella has been successfully eliminated in the Americas

May 15, 2015

A Pollen Tsunami

An overload of pollen in the air is causing serious problems for allergy sufferers in the Northeast

May 13, 2015

Tornado Terror

Major storms and tornadoes devastate small towns in the central U.S.


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Hurricane Hunters

As the Atlantic hurricane season approaches, experts offer tips on how to prepare.

The Science Behind

An inside look at the making of a futuristic thriller

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I Woke Up My School

18-year-old Jilly Dos Santos is a change maker.

Coyotes in Chicago

Why coyotes are showing up in American cities


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Robots on the Job

Scholastic News shows just how hard robots work for us.

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Angles in a Polygon

Math magazine demonstrates how to find the sum of the interior angles in any polygon.

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Mythical Creatures: Fact or Fiction?

Legends of unicorns, dragons, and mermaids have enthralled humans for generations. But is there a grain of truth in these tales? Action magazine investigates.

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Back From Extinction?

Junior Scholastic explores the possibility of bring long-extinct animals back to life.

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Sculpt on a Large Scale

Learn how to make fantastic sculptures with Scholastic Art magazine.