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Lost Language Found | Scholastic News Online
Scholastic News Online | 9/30/2010
Last week, archaeologists announced the discovery of a language so old that people have forgotten its name. It's number system was found translated into Spanish on the back of a 17th-century letter.

Amazing Aquatics
Scholastic News Online | 9/30/2008
Marine scientists have discovered hundreds of new animal species off the coast of Australia. According to findings released last Thursday, more than 300 species of soft corals and dozens of tiny crustaceans have been recorded, many as new species.

Back Home to New Orleans
Scholastic News Online | 9/3/2008
New Orleans residents who evacuated the city before Hurricane Gustav made landfall are returning home. New Orleans Mayor C. Ray Nagin reversed his earlier decision to keep the nearly two million evacuees out of the city until Thursday.

A Planet With Two Suns | Scholastic News Online
Scholastic News Online | 9/29/2011
Astronomers discover a solar system that├?┬ó├?┬?├?┬?s straight out of science fiction.

Fastest Thumbs in the U.S. | Scholastic News Online
Scholastic News Online | 9/29/2010
13-year-old Brianna Hendrickson from Brooklyn, New York, sends 7,000 text messages a month! Little did she know that the texting language and thumb skills she developed sending those messages would earn her $50,000 and the title of National Texting Champion.

Flooded Southern States Start to Recover
Scholastic News Online | 9/29/2009
After being devastated by floods for more than a week, much of the southeastern United States is starting to dry out. Over the last few days, students have gone back to school and many people have returned to their homes to review the flood damage.

Fighting the Fire
Scholastic News Online | 9/29/2006
This is an article about wildfires in Southern California.

Snapshots from Mars
Scholastic News Online | 9/29/2006
Opportunity has been recording its travels since it landed on the red planet nearly three years ago. And much to the excitement of scientists, the wandering robot has finally reached Victoria Crater. The Crater, which is a mile wide and 230 feet deep, may contain critical clues as to whether life ever existed on Mars. The robot's most recent snapshots may provide scientists with the best evidence yet about Mars' mysterious past.

Election 2006
Scholastic News Online | 9/29/2006
The stakes are high as Democrats and Republicans get ready to face off this November. With the midterm elections approaching, candidates are taking sides on major issues like the economy and immigration.

A Mine That’s Out of This World | Scholastic News Online
Scholastic News Online | 9/28/2012
A new company plans to mine valuable minerals from outer space.

Ready for Takeoff!
Scholastic News Online | 9/28/2011
An Australian engineer has invented the Hoverbike, a motorcycle that flies like a helicopter.

Forgive Billy the Kid? | Scholastic News Online
Scholastic News Online | 9/28/2010
Nearly 130 years after his death, Billy the Kid is back in the news. New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson is considering granting him a pardon that would forgive his crimes.

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