Just because a story has been reported in the news doesn’t mean its life is over. In fact, in many cases, at the point it first gets printed, a story’s life might be just beginning.

Often, news stories take months to play themselves out in the media, as dedicated journalists uncover more and more information that, in turn, sheds light on original details. Therefore, one of the best places to look for leads is established news sources like local and national newspapers. Here are two solid news sources brought to you by Scholastic!

1. Scholastic News Online: America’s Leading News Source for Kids
Check out the Special Reports and News sections of this online new source by students for students. http://teacher.scholastic.com/scholasticnews/index.asp

2. The New York Times Upfront
The New York Times Upfront is the exciting newsmagazine created especially for teens by Scholastic. Read this online version for selected stories from the latest edition!