Bolivia: The People Remove a Socialist President

The people of Bolivia have kicked out their socialist president.
Evo Morales was the president of Bolivia and he is a socialist. He won the most… Continue Reading

Tell Brak: The World’s Oldest City?

New technology can tell us about the ancient world.
Technology has come a long way, but sometimes new inventions can tell us even more about… Continue Reading

Artist Paints Greta Thunberg on Building

Some people love the painting, but others don’t.
Greta Thunberg is a Swedish teenager who talks about climate change around the world. Recently, an… Continue Reading

Scientists Find New Type of Human

There were many species of human in the ancient world.
Scientists have found a new species of ancient human. The researchers found 13 bones that date… Continue Reading

Is New York Taking the Fun out of Football?

What is fair about making a winning team stop doing their best?
A high school football coach in Nassau County, New York, was suspended (made to stop working)… Continue Reading

Veteran’s Day: A Day to Honor our Soldiers

Veterans Day began shortly after the end of World War I as Armistice Day.
Veteran’s Day is the day we honor and celebrate our heroes, the military men and women… Continue Reading

The Spill: CA Fires

Weekly news you can use.
Welcome to LNGenZ’s roundup of the trending topics in the news this week. What is a… Continue Reading

What is a Whistleblower?

There’s been a lot of talk in the news lately about President Donald Trump, Ukraine, and… Continue Reading

The Keystone Pipeline Spilled Oil in North Dakota

The Keystone Pipeline moves almost 23 million gallons a day.
Last week, the Keystone Pipeline spilled about 380,000 gallons of oil over a wetland area in… Continue Reading

Wildfires Rage Across California

California has numerous fires burning across the state.
There are several big fires burning across California.  Let’s take a look at the current forest… Continue Reading

Bolivia’s Citizens Remove Socialist President

Evo Morales has resigned in the face of protests.
Bolivia’s president, Evo Morales, recently resigned and moved to Mexico. His resignation signals the end of… Continue Reading

Tell Brak: The World’s Most Ancient City?

Satellites reveal new information on ancient site.
Technology has come a long way, but sometimes new inventions can tell us even more about… Continue Reading

Artist Paints Huge Mural of Greta Thunberg

Climate change activist is honored in art – but not everyone agrees.
The Swedish teen climate activist, Greta Thunberg, has made quite a name for herself as she… Continue Reading

Ancient Human Species Discovered

How many human species have there been?
A new species of ancient human has been found, exciting paleontologists and scientists, and changing perceptions… Continue Reading

Football Fairness: Can a Team Play Too Well?

Why can’t two undefeated teams just play the game?
A high school football coach in Nassau County, New York, was suspended for one game for… Continue Reading

Veteran’s Day: A Day to Honor Those Who Served

What began as a day to honor the survivors of WWI became a day for all veterans.
Veteran’s Day is the day we honor and celebrate our heroes, the military men and women… Continue Reading

The Spill: Leaking Secrets

Weekly news you can use.
Welcome to LNGenZ’s roundup of the trending topics in the news this week. Whistleblowers: Revealing Secret… Continue Reading

Whistleblowers: Revealing Secret Information

Will Trump be impeached because of a whistleblower?
There’s been a lot of talk in the news lately about President Donald Trump, Ukraine, and… Continue Reading

North Dakota Pipeline Spill: Not a Public Health Threat

No drinking water or animals seem to be affected and cleanup is under way.
Last week, the Keystone Pipeline ruptured in Edinburg, North Dakota. About 9,120 barrels – 380,000 gallons… Continue Reading

California Wildfires: What Is Causing the Fires?

People seem to be responsible for most of these fires, in one way or another.
As Smokey the Bear used to say, “Only YOU can prevent forest fires,” and the evidence… Continue Reading

Bolivian President Resigns After Election Scandal

It seems Evo Morales might have won the election unfairly – and the people of Bolivia didn’t stand by and allow it.
Bolivia’s president, Evo Morales, recently resigned. His resignation signals the end of his 15-year socialist reign… Continue Reading

Satellite Tech Reveals Mysteries of Tell Brak

New technology provides insights into one of the world’s oldest cities.
Technology has come a long way, but sometimes new inventions can tell us even more about… Continue Reading

Greta Mural Sparks Controversy

Huge portrait of Greta Thunberg now stares down at San Francisco streets.
The Swedish teen climate activist, Greta Thunberg, has made quite a name for herself as she… Continue Reading

Space: The New Frontier for Investors

Is outer space where the next generations will make money?
With space exploration and off-world technology creating headlines every day, you can bet there are people… Continue Reading

Humanoid Species Discovered

New findings raise questions about the origins of mankind.
In 2013, anthropologists discovered a new species of ancient humans they are calling Homo naledi. Bones… Continue Reading

Football Fairness: Should Lopsided Scoring Be Allowed?

Is the lopsided score rule actually helping anyone?
A high school football coach in Nassau County, New York, was suspended for one game for… Continue Reading

Veterans Day: A Tribute to all Who Fought

Veterans Day has been an American holiday since 1954, but it had been Armistice Day since shortly after World War I.
Veteran’s Day is the day we honor and celebrate our heroes, the military men and women… Continue Reading

The Spill: Blowing the Whistle

Weekly news you can use.
Welcome to LNGenZ’s roundup of the trending topics in the news this week. Whistleblowers: Impeaching Trump… Continue Reading

Whistleblowers: Impeaching Trump and Beyond

Is there secret information that could remove the president, and what is a whistleblower anyway?
There’s been a lot of talk in the news lately about President Donald Trump, Ukraine, and… Continue Reading

Keystone Pipeline Erupts in North Dakota

Approximately 380,000 gallons of crude oil has spilled.
An oil spill last week in the small town of Edinburg, ND, from the controversial Keystone… Continue Reading