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Election 2012: GOP Candidates Square Off Again | News For Kids, By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/9/2011
Eight Republican Presidential hopefuls met in California on Wednesday for the second GOP debate of the 2012 campaign. The debate was held at the Reagan National Library and was hosted by MSNBC and Politico.

Christina McHale Courts Greatness | News For Kids, By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/9/2011
Christina McHale emerged as one of the best American stories at this year's U.S Open. She made it to the third round of one of the biggest tennis tournaments in the world, defeating France's Marion Bartoli, the No. 8 player in the world. Several weeks earlier, Christina defeated Caroline Wozniacki, of Denmark, currently the world's top-ranked women's player.

Finding Comfort in Art | News For Kids, By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/9/2011
The Metropolitan Museum of Art is taking part in New York City remembrance of 9/11 with its exhibition of the 9/11 Peace Story Quilt. The quilt was created by artist Faith Ringgold and New York City students ages 11-19.

A Journalist Looks Back | News For Kids, By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/9/2011
On September 11, 2001, Geraldine Baum was a Los Angeles Times writer based in New York. When terrorists flew two airplanes into the World Trade Center, she rushed to the scene to cover the story for her paper. On the tenth anniversary of the attacks, she looks back on the experience.

September 11, Nine Years Later | News For Kids, By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/9/2010
Some people see the site of the World Trade Center as a place of sadness. Others see it as a place for rebuilding and rebirth. When Kid Reporter Grace McManus visited on a hot day this summer, she saw it as both.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter | News For Kids, By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/9/2010
Walking along streets with vendors hawking pumpkin juice and fruits, I actually believed I was in Hogsmeade, a magical village in the fictional world of Harry Potter. The town comes to life in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, a new theme park attraction at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.

Mid-Term Election Heats Up | News For Kids, By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/9/2010
President Barack Obama got tough with Republicans, and in particular Republican House Minority Leader John Boehner of Ohio, in a speech delivered in Parma Heights, Ohio, on September 8.

Remembering 9/11 | Scholastic News Online
Scholastic News Online | 9/9/2010
This Saturday is the ninth anniversary of the most devastating terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. Many ceremonies and memorial services are being held across the nation to remember those who died that day.

President Obama to Kids: What's Your Goal?
Scholastic News Online | 9/9/2009
On Tuesday, President Barack Obama delivered a back-to-school address to classrooms all over America. His message was the same for all students: Work hard, take responsibility for your education, and set clear goals for the new school year.

The Magician's Elephant
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/9/2009
In The Magician's Elephant, the main character, Peter Augustus Duchene, a 10-year-old orphan, is on a quest to find a sister he thought was dead. When a fortuneteller tells him to "follow the elephant," he goes on an amazing adventure with a motley collection of characters.

Back to Classes in Afghanistan
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/9/2008
Despite the dangerous armed conflicts that continue to plague the country of Afghanistan, children here have something to be excited about: the first day of school.

From Bad to Worse in Texas | News For Kids, By Kids
Scholastic Kids Press Corps | 9/8/2011
Over the course of the summer, Texas has sweltered under record high temperatures and watched helplessly as a drought gripped the state. Now, residents are facing a third problem: wildfires.

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