NewsDepth 2017-2018 Episode #29

A huge volcano explodes on Hawaii and dust storms sweep across India! Natural disasters aside, we head to the airport with a group of Autistic children and learn about the Ohio Constitution in a special Politics on Point. Plus, what does it take to make TV? The lab squad tells us about the career of video producers in this week's Career Lab.

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Constitution - The written plan for how government works.

Dust Storm - Strong gusts of air blowing across dry land, picking up dirt and sand (usually blocking our vision).

Mausoleum -  A monument that contains a tomb.

Question of the Week: This week we learn about several types of scientists. Write to us about what you would study and why if you were a scientist!

***Submit your ideas for our NewsDepth A+ segment to newsdepth@ideastream.org for consideration.

 

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Dust Storms in India

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Politics on Point: Ohio's State Constitution

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Finding Fossils

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Buckeye Beat: Metro Parks Frog Watcher

May. 10, 2018
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A Plus: Northfield Elementary School

May. 10, 2018
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