Donations from the popular Ice Bucket Challenge have helped fund a major medical breakthrough.
NASA confirms evidence that liquid water exists on the Red Planet.
Wildfires in the western U.S. are destroying record numbers of homes and forests.
On his first trip to the U.S., the Pope makes stops in Washington D.C., New York, and Philadelphia.
Hundreds of thousands of people are fleeing their homelands and risking their lives to get to Europe.
For the second time this year, presidential candidates debate before a nationwide audience.
Queen Elizabeth II has become the United Kingdom’s longest-reigning monarch.
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An East Harlem school is the Pope’s “most important stop.”
Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin shares his vision for space exploration.
The Scholastic News Kids Press Corps is accepting applications for the 2015-2016 school year. Students between the ages of 10 and 14 can apply at www.scholastic.com/kidreporters
Scholastic News takes to the skies to check out the first solar-powered plane.
Scholastic ART magazine demonstrates how to draw human figures.
Scholastic News magazine attempts to uncover the secrets of the Red Planet.
Math magazine demonstrates how to keep track of the money that you earn and spend.
The New York Times Upfront investigates the freedoms and limitations of the First Amendment.