Linda Ellerbee, some smart kids, and special guest Gloria Steinem, engage in a lively conversation about the contributions of women in American history. Is the struggle over or yours to continue? Whose shoulders do you stand on?
What does it take to be a hero? Do you have to be a superhuman? Must you save a baby from a burning building? End world hunger? Or does being a hero just mean doing something brave? Big acts and small acts - but acts of courage, all of them.
For most kids, the idea of having a twin seems cool. You'd have an instant best friend; share secrets, friends, clothing. You could read each others' minds. "Not so fast," say real twinnies. So what's it really like being alike? Here's the true story, doubled.
In an ever-more complicated world, more and more kids are feeling more and more anxious - yet anxiety disorders among kids are often not taken seriously. Here we take you seriously. This show is about the frightening world of anxiety - and the way out of it.
This February the world's greatest cold-weather atheletes come together at the 2014 Winter Games in Sochi, Russia. Who are the younger Americans hoping to make if to Sochi? What do they have in common? How are they different? What drives them? Will they make the team? Nick News spotlights a few of these Olympic hopefuls. Can you pick the winners?
All grown-ups lie to kids. We're not talking about the big things in life. We're talking about the ridiculous stuff grown-ups say to keep you from peeing in the pool or not eating your veggies - or just to get you to stop annoying them. And you believe these lies - often for longer than you'd like to admit. Now kids and some Famous Former Kids (including Ellen DeGeneres, Al Roker, Wendy Williams, Daniella Monet, Melissa Joan Hart, Tony Hawk, Curtis Harris and Breanna Yde) reveal the ways they were tricked... when they were too young to know better.