Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson

More than a billion people in 192 countries are doing something to mark Earth Day this year – flying the flag for the need to save the planet. In...
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Darren Evans President Barack Obama faced a major setback in his quest to reform gun control laws this week when Congress blocked a measure designed...
Helen Ward A huge earthquake has struck Iran, so powerful that it was felt as far away as the Indian capital city New Delhi. The earthquake, which...
North Korea is today celebrating the 101st anniversary of the birth of its founding father, amid ongoing diplomatic tensions and threats of nuclear...
Former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher, who died of a stroke this morning, was one of the most significant global figures since the end of...
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Shakespeare may have written his play “The Tempest” some 400 years ago, but it is finding new life in Colorado as a tool in the fight against...
“What have the Romans ever done for us?” the Monty Python team famously asked in The Life of Brian . Well, new archaeological research from England...
The circumstances surrounding the deaths of Freddie Gray in Baltimore, MD, Michael Brown in Ferguson, MO, and Eric Garner in New York City, have...
Today's News, Tomorrow's Lesson - August 29, 2014 PBS NewsHour Extra When MIT professor Anant Agarwal decided to offer his circuits and electronics...