This is a show about everyday heroes—kids who have stood up for another kid, not because it was popular or to get attention, but because it was the right thing to do.
Even 60 years after the court ruling many black kids continue to lack equal access to high quality education. We will find kids fighting against the slide back into inequality and hear what they have to say to the rest of us.
One million kids have fled Syria and the numbers only keep rising. We will explore what it’s like to be a refugee kid fleeing Syria to camps in Jordan, and how they now live their uprooted lives.
Is animal testing for products that have human purposes right or wrong? This issue has been debated since the 17th century. We will feature kids on both sides of the issue, kids who are both for and against animal testing.
This is the story of a family, with twelve kids, who sold their house in the mountains of Colorado, packed up a few favorite possessions, and began roaming the country in their new home: an RV.
We look at the issue of peer pressure, asking kids: What does peer pressure look like? How powerful can it be? Have you pressured a peer? When is peer pressure good? And most importantly, how do you deal with it?
Kids involved in sports are getting hurt in alarming numbers. Yet it seems more than half of sports injuries to kids are preventable. How did we get here? And what’s being done to reverse this trend?
In this follow-up to the 2009 special, Webstars: The Kids Behind The Hits, this delves deeper into the performances and the lives of kids seeking fame — online.
A look at next year's Olympic hopefuls. This special will delve into their stories, dreams, and journeys to the winter games in Sochi, Russia.
A humorous look at the lies parents commonly tell their kids
Anxiety is a condition that affects the lives of many young people. This edition of Nick News profiles kids who are living with anxiety, and the ways that they deal with it.
If it seems as if there are more twins these days, it’s because there are -- over the past 30 years, the twin birth rate rose by 76 percent. So what is it like to be part of this growing population of kids? What is it really like to be a twin?
Domestic is a hidden problem that few families openly discuss. Yet research shows that 80-90% of children living in homes where there is domestic violence are aware of the violence. This special will present the stories of kids who are caught in the crossfire of domestic violence. To learn more about domestic violence please visit: http://cdv.org/need-help-with-cdv
This special will define hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and present both sides of a somewhat complicated issue to kids.
We get to know some of the approximately 60,000 US kids who tackle the challenge of living without sight every day, every moment.
Linda Ellerbee discusses the trials and tribulations of kids affected by HIV & AIDS.
Before you vote, Nick News introduces you to the 2012 presidential candidates.
Nick News explores the issues important to kids during this Presidential Election.
Kids discuss the issue of nuclear weapons in Iran.
Animals have been integrated into human life, we can see them in the movies, at the zoo and circus, and even in competitions. But when does treatment of these animals for human entertainment go too far?
Even continents cannot divide people who see others in need. Tyler was only 9 years old when he decided to raise money to help children trapped in the slave trade, after watching a television program about children in Ghana.