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Meeting Tiger Woods
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/7/2007
Kid Reporter Jimmy Pitenis interviews golf superstar Tiger Woods

The Power of the Beat
Scholastic News Online | 9/7/2007
The best marching bands from the United States and Canada strutted their stuff at the The Drum Corps International Championship in Rochester, New York, on September 2, 2007.

Congress Faces 9/11 Commission Recommendations
Scholastic News Online | 9/7/2004
After a six-week summer break, Congress returned to Capitol Hill and raced to act on the recommendations of the 9/11 Commission.

Election 2012: Clinton Nominates Obama | News For Kids, By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/6/2012
The second day of the Democratic National Convention concluded with a riveting speech by former President Bill Clinton at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina.

President Obama Nominated for a Second Term | Scholastic News Online
Scholastic News Online | 9/6/2012
Former President Bill Clinton speaks at Democratic convention.

Vice President Defends Labor Unions | News For Kids, By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/6/2011
At a Labor Day picnic in Cincinnati, Ohio, Vice President Joe Biden delivered an impassioned message that America needs its labor unions.

"Let's Put America Back to Work" | News For Kids By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/6/2011
Despite the fall-like temperatures, crowds of people, mostly union workers, excitingly awaited the arrival of President Barack Obama at a Labor Day event in Detroit. At the event, held in the parking lot of a General Motors (GM) plant, President Obama spoke of creating jobs, defending unions, and protecting the middle class. Obama brought the Secretary of Labor, Hilda L. Solis, along with him.

Lee Batters the South | Scholastic News Online
Scholastic News Online | 9/6/2011
Tropical Storm Lee struck the South hard this week, following a summer of extreme heat and record-breaking wildfires in the region.

A Winner in Mexico
Scholastic News Online | 9/6/2006
After two months of uncertainty, Mexico has a new President. On Tuesday, the Federal Electoral Tribunal ruled that Felipe Calderon's July 2 victory is valid, and that a second election will not need to be held. Calderon will officially take office on December 1.

Hurricanes
Science World | 9/6/1989
Find out the processes by which hurricanes are formed, and get some fast facts about these storms that occur mainly between June and November.

Student Makes Fuel From Algae | Scholastic News Online
Scholastic News Online | 9/5/2012
A Minnesota teen has discovered a way to power trucks and cars with algae.

A Record-Breaking Summer | Scholastic News Online
Scholastic News Online | 9/5/2010
How did you spend your summer vacation? Check out some of the astounding records set over the past few months.

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