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Animals

Walk On, Baby!

May 20, 2022

This baby giraffe wears braces to fix a problem with her legs. Her name is Msituni. She lives at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, in California. Msituni was born on February 1. She wore the braces for 39 days.…

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Sports

Finding Her Way

March 11, 2022

On February 10, snowboarder Chloe Kim proudly accepted a gold medal. She had won a halfpipe competition at the 2022 Winter Olympics. She worked hard for it. Kim also won gold at the 2018 Olympics. At 17, she was…

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Environment

Gray Wolves Re-Listed

March 10, 2022

Gray wolves are going back on the endangered-species list. The United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) creates this list. It took the gray wolf off in early 2021. But on February 10, 2022, a judge made a ruling. He…

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Young Game Changers

Meet Orion

February 11, 2022

Orion Jean is TIME’s 2021 Kid of the Year. The news was announced on Nickelodeon on February 9. What makes Orion special? He leads campaigns. They focus on helping others. Orion started his first campaign after winning the National…

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Young Game Changers

Kid of the Year: Meet the Honorees

February 11, 2022

TIME’s Kid of the Year TV special recognizes incredible young people. It celebrates their amazing accomplishments in 2021. They worked in a range of fields. These included social justice, science, and education. In addition to Orion Jean, four kids were…

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People

Sweet Success

October 6, 2021

North Duke Street is in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. It smells like dessert. The scent comes from a shop that sells stroopies. These are cookies. They have a caramel filling. Jennie Groff co-owns the Lancaster Stroopie Company. She is proud of…

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People

New Friends and Neighbors

October 6, 2021

Refugees come to the United States from all over the world. They must apply for entry. Applications are reviewed by the government. A person whose application is approved can resettle and work in the U.S. Look at the bar chart…

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Business

Legal Business

September 24, 2021

Last year, a 9-year-old boy set up a lemonade stand. He lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Customers stopped by. “They all took a sip of lemonade,” he told TIME for Kids. “They said it was really good!” This boy did not…

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Animals

Saving Monarchs

September 10, 2021

About 4½ million monarch butterflies spent the winter in California. That was in the 1980s. In 2020, fewer than 2,000 of them were counted. “The decline has been pretty staggering,” Hillary Sardiñas says. She works for the California Department of…

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History

A Day For Remembering

September 10, 2021

September 11, 2001, was a dark day in United States history. People who wanted to harm the U.S. took control of four airplanes. They flew two planes into skyscrapers in New York City. They crashed one into the Pentagon building,…

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