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Here are the top ten articles for the News for Kids Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Egypt's Non-Violent Revolution
After 18 days of protest, Egyptians are rewarded with the resignation of their president and the promise of a better life.
2. President's Surprise Stop at Football Practice
US President Barak Obama made a surprise visit to a high school football practice on his Midwestern bus tour. He gave words of hope and inspiration to the team, visited with the coach and took a few pictures. What words of wisdom did the leader of the free world share with the team, and what did the
3. Global Weather Creates Hardships
Weather world-wide has been harsh for the end of 2010 and the beginning of 2011. Both the northern and southern hemispheres have suffered their own nightmarish problems this season.
4. Dangers of Driving Drowsy
We all know the dangers of driving while intoxicated. But there's another driving danger that is more likely to happen to young drivers, shift workers and drivers after dark. Drowsy driving is on the rise, and the driver next to you may be nodding off!
5. Kidnap Victim Returns to Family 23-Years Later
Carlina White was kidnapped from Harlem Hospital in 1987. She didn't see her parents again for 23 years. Her own research and determination reunited her with her family.
6. Japan Devistated After Earthquake, Tsunami Strike
An 8.9 magnitude earthquake struck Japan, followed within minutes by a 30 foot wall of water. The world watched, horrified as the death toll rose in the island country.
7. 'Wheels Down' Marks End of Space Shuttle Era
The 30 year space shuttle has ended. It gave us satellites, space probes and the International Space Station. What's next for NASA and the astruonauts we've come to admire?
8. Endeavor's Lat Lift-Off
The last lift-off of the space shuttle Endeavor went off without a hitch. In attendance was Representative GAbrielle GIffords, who survived a gunshot to the head early this year.
9. Plant Sucking Dinosaur
The skeleton of Nigersaurus was discovered in the Sahara over 70 years ago. Since then, archaeologists have been unearthing the delicate bones of the dino. Learn what a Nigersaurus is and how it lived during the Abian Age.
10. Air Show Disasters
Two air show disasters happened within 24 hours of each other over the weekend of September 17-18, 2011. One, in which fans suffered injury and casualties, was the worst in US history.
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