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Pablo Picasso

Posted on Tuesday October 15, 2019

Born October 25, 1881 in Malaga, Spain, Pablo Picasso became the defining artist of the twentieth century. As I learned about his life, I was struck by the observation that Picasso was blessed with parents who recognized his gift at […]

Winnie-the-Pooh

Posted on Tuesday October 08, 2019

A children’s book character that has endured more ninety years must be something special: and Winnie-the-Pooh (also known as Pooh Bear) certainly is special. A.A. Milne actually only published two books based on Winnie and his beloved friends, but they […]

Statue of Liberty

Posted on Tuesday October 01, 2019

The copper lady dressed in robes who stands at the entrance to New York harbor is one of the largest statues ever built. Her full name is Liberty Enlightening the World, but she is better known as the Statue of […]

BBC Newsround

Changing Faces calls for the way villains look in movies to change

Posted on Monday December 10, 2018

Charity Changing Faces calls for the way villains look in films to change.

World Cup: Which Belgium player should England be worried about?

Posted on Wednesday June 27, 2018

England play their final group match against Belgium, but which star player should England be worried about?

Smoking: Should it be banned at the school gates?

Posted on Wednesday June 27, 2018

A group of school children have had enough of adults smoking near school gates, so they decided to do something about it.

BBC News (UK)

Brexit bill 'in limbo' as MPs reject timetable

Posted on Tuesday October 22, 2019

Boris Johnson pauses Brexit legislation after MPs reject plan to get it through Commons in three days.

MPs vote yes - and no - on Brexit bill

Posted on Tuesday October 22, 2019

The PM wins MPs' support for his Brexit bill - but not his timetable for passing it in three days.

Trump impeachment: US envoy condemns 'irregular' pressure on Ukraine

Posted on Tuesday October 22, 2019

Ties between the two allies were undermined for "political reasons", a top diplomat tells Congress.