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by Laura Leigh Davidson and Dante A. Ciampaglia
Scholastic News Online | March5,2009
As the President's top foreign affairs adviser, the Secretary of State must travel the globe to do her job. Since taking office in January 2009, Secretary Hillary Clinton has traveled to China, Egypt, Indonesia, Japan, and the Middle East.
by Madison Hartke-Weber
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | January20,2009
On the day before Barack Obama's inauguration, author Ruby Bridges has good advice for his daughters who are now in the spotlight: "Stay humble and think about the contributions you can make to your community."
by Robyn Haynes
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | March13,2007
Like Amelia Earhart in her day, Chrystal Cole knew early on that she had to fly. Earhart discovered her desire to soar at a state fair when she was 10. Cole was in the sixth grade when she got her inspiration to fly from Earhart!
by Chelsea Lollar
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | March6,2007
In her office, the first woman Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, meets her constituents, her allies, and her adversaries. Today she sits on a dark blue couch in the center of her airy and light filled office to talk to Scholastic News.
by Maggie Lautenslager
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | March1,2007
To be a New York City firefighter is one of the most heroic careers a person can have. It is also one of the most dangerous, especially since the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. So is it too dangerous for women? People used to think so.