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What's a Ticker-Tape Parade?

July 10, 2019

The World Cup–winning United States Women’s National Soccer Team was honored in a ticker-tape parade today in New York City. The athletes rode up a stretch of Broadway called the Canyon of Heroes to City Hall. There, the mayor presented…


A Historic Museum Expands

June 13, 2019

The American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) is one of the most popular museums in the United States. Located in New York City, it was founded in 1869. Visitors from around the world go to see its vast collection of…


World's Coolest Places, According to Kids

April 30, 2019

In 2018, TIME created its first annual list of the World’s Greatest Places. This fall, TIME for Kid s will make its own list: World’s Coolest Places. To do that, we’re seeking input from trusted experts—kids! Read below about…


Notre Dame Burns

April 19, 2019

Notre-Dame cathedral, in Paris, France, was ravaged by fire on April 15. The building’s spire and most of its wooden roof were destroyed. But the cathedral remained standing when the blaze was put out. Its famous bell towers and much…


Top of the World

March 21, 2019

Millions of people visit Machu Picchu each year. It is an ancient Inca city in the mountains of Peru. Steep steps and rough terrain make the trip a challenge. It used to be nearly impossible for people with a physical…


Help for Earthquake Victims

August 8, 2018

Rescuers are working to help victims of a powerful earthquake on the Indonesian island of Lombok. The earthquake struck Lombok on August 5. It left 131 people dead. That’s according to Sutopo Purwo Nugroho. He is the spokesperson for the…


Driving Change

June 6, 2018

Ten women in Saudi Arabia made history this week. They were issued driver’s licenses. Until now, women were banned from driving in Saudi Arabia. It was the only country in the world that did not allow women to drive.…



Kids of Kakuma

April 13, 2018

KAKUMA, Kenya — Wild animals roamed at night. But Rose Peter and the 19 other children she was with still slept outside. In the daylight, they walked. “One week,” Rose tells me when I ask how long the trip took.…



No More Pests

February 24, 2017

New Zealand plans to get rid of rats, possums, and other invasive mammals. The country hopes to save native birds. Rats are not many people’s favorite animal. But most people have to learn to live with them. Not in New…



A Safe Place to Live

January 24, 2014

Seeking safety from a bloody civil war in Syria, more than 2 million people have fled the country. About 600,000 of these refugees are living in neighboring Jordan. Most of them expected to return home after a few months. But…