Kids discuss the issue of nuclear weapons in Iran. Who do you agree with: President Obama, or Republican Candidate Mitt Romney?
What issues matter to YOU in this election?
When schools lose funding towards their education, can the students step up to save the day?
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.
May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month! There are many different cultures, religions, and ethnicities that make up Asian Americans. Nick News gets friendly with some of these amazing people!
In a world where humans keep expanding their habitat, what happens when wild animals begin to inhabit that same space?
Linda Ellerbee takes a closer look at beauty from the inside and out with kids contemplating cosmetic surgery.
On the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks, we separate fact from fiction and remember those we lost.
What if being an outsider is okay? Here are some stories of kids - and famous adults - that chose the road less traveled.
The catastrophic earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan this year changed the country forever. Understand more about this major event through the eyes of Japan's children.
Nick stars and a few brave kids come clean about the lies we all sometimes tell.
After the earthquake, children rebuild their lives through art.
What's it like to be a kid in Haiti, a year after a devastating earthquake? Find out.
Watch how an adorable puppy becomes an amazing service dog!
Kids with alcoholic parents talk about all of the different challenges they face.
Bullying is a major problem. See how some schools and communities are solving it.