Dr. Seuss, that is, with a newly discovered book hitting the shelves
Embassies in Havana and Washington reopen.
Should Florida panthers be removed from the endangered species list?
President Obama names three regions in the U.S. as national monuments
The U.S. and Iran make a deal meant to prevent the Middle Eastern nation from building a nuclear weapon
Photos from the New Horizons spacecraft give Earth its first good look at the dwarf planet
The Mid-Atlantic state is experiencing a record number of shark attacks this summer.
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How a U.S. pilot brought hope to German children after World War II
New York City honors the World Cup winners.
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.