Four teen surfers rescue two swimmers fearing for their lives.
Journalist Ida B. Wells was as civil rights activist during the late 1800’s. Her tireless struggle for justice helped spark the movement for equal rights.
Reading books about heroic characters from other worlds can be a nice distraction during the pandemic. Take the short quiz to find a mythological recommendation tailored to your taste.
Italians sing to each other, offering camaraderie and solace during these difficult times.
Scientists consider whether animals are intentionally deceptive based on how they interact with other animals.
Trypophobia describes the fear of clusters of holes. While it’s not officially recognized, many are convinced they have it.
Residents of Montgomery, Alabama elected the first black mayor in 200 years. Read about why it’s so important.
Elephants have their own languages, and scientists are learning to discern what their different sounds mean.
Researchers have tracked fairy tales back thousands of years.
Our planet’s oceans and ice face trouble due to climate change.
People with disabilities create content on YouTube to show and normalize their life experiences.
New study reveals that bees can add and subtract—just don’t ask them to do your homework!
Ava Norman describes how she overcame her greatest fear by embracing it.
While Tim Bannon isn’t that into athletics, he won’t let anything—including his disability—get in the way of him doing exactly what he wants to do.
Listen to Richard Turere—a young inventor who saved his Maasai community by effectively scaring away lions.
With hurricane season well under way, communities proactively plan in hopes of minimizing damage.
While scientists don’t believe there is a giant monster hiding out in Loch Ness, they are considering what creatures could live there based on DNA testing.
Noor Inayat Khan turned spy to help the Allied forces fighting the Nazis during WWII.
Scientists develop high-tech aerogel sheets that could help future farming on Mars.
Scientists have found that goats are able to distinguish emotions from each other’s calls.