Four years after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, President Bush plans to send in another 21,500 more U.S. troops. A look at the status of the war in Iraq and a major protest against the war in which many kids participated.
Month: February 2007
Twenty-nine countries in the world have a health care system that serves everyone living there. The United States is not one of those countries.
If the drug company Novartis wins a legal case against the country of India, India might not be able to continue to make low-cost medicines that are sent all over the world.
Melting ice at the North Pole hurts polar bears who need the ice to live.
In between fumbles and touchdowns of the Super bowl every year, big companies like Frito-Lay, Pepsi and Volvo will pay over $2.5 million for just thirty seconds of commercial airtime on television.
In this book, Tookie Williams describes prison conditions and challenges kids to spend ten hours alone in a bathroom at home so they may begin to understand how it feels to live in captivity.
Here’s what some New York City kid chess players have to say about the game.
Inhalers are among the most common treatments for kids with asthma, but at the Louis Armstrong Center for Music & Medicine at Beth Israel Hospital in New York City, researchers are studying the effects of music therapy on the disease.
The origins of International Women’s Day, March 8.
Hope Reichbach received many calls from military recruiters when she was a high school student. Hope, with more students and lawyers, challenged the military. Hope said, “I got involved… because I just wanted the military to leave me and other students alone.”