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This is a photo of a cluster of streptococcus bacteria magnified about 3,000 times. Each sphere is about 1 micrometer across. (Janice Haney Carr / CDC)

Bacteria

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Seven hundred years ago bubonic plague spread like a dark cloud across Europe. The disease killed as much as one third of the population. What ...

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Economics

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Think about all the different things people do for work and money all around the world. Think about all the things that people are buying and ...

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Rosa Parks

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Rosa Parks had endured prejudice, bigotry, and injustice all her life. She knew this was unfair and unjust. What made it worse was that there ...

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Kepler

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A dense band of stars glitters across the night sky. It’s an edge-on view of our own Frisbee-shaped Milky Way Galaxy. The Milky Way contains ...

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JFK’s children, Caroline and John Jr., play in the Oval Office at the White House. (U.S. National Archives)

John F. Kennedy

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John F. Kennedy was the 35th president of the United States and the youngest president ever elected. Tragically, he was assassinated in his third ...

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Force and Motion

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The world and the Universe are action-packed. People and animals are always on the move. The planets are constantly circling the Sun. Are there ...

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Huge engines and tremendous power are needed to lift spacecraft. On this rocket, four boosters are attached to the main craft and they burn through all their rocket fuel in the first 2 minutes of flight. Once their fuel is gone (about 20,000 gallons), the boosters are jettisoned from a height of about 150,000 feet. (Shutterstock / Fotografff)

Engines

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Engines give people the power to do what was once only possible in myths and dreams. Thanks to engines, you can fly halfway across the world in ...

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Meet the Supremes! From top left to right, Sonia Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, Samuel Alito, and Elena Kagan. From bottom left to right, Clarence Thomas, Antonin Scalia, John Roberts, Anthony Kennedy, and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. John Roberts is the chief justice, and Elena Kagan is the “junior justice,” which means she is the justice most recently appointed to the court. (Photo Credit: Steve Petteway)

The Supreme Court

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With their serious black robes, the Supreme Court may look stern and even dull to some, but it is full of high drama. Some of the most historic ...

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Himalayas

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High in the Himalayan mountain range of Asia, climbers cling to a treacherous slope. Every step is a struggle. Finally they reach the summit. ...

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