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NewsDepth Inbox: Season 48 - Episode #13

NEWSDEPTH QUESTION OF THE WEEK:  Let us know what you want to learn more about!

Logan, Amherst Elementary:  I want to know about Presidents.  I want to know what they do in the White House.  I bet they do work a lot. Who's going to be the new president?  I'm going to vote and one day I'm going to be President.

Montana, Rock Creek Elementary:  I have been getting into astrology lately, specifically constellations and the astrological signs.  I have always admired the 13th sign, Ophiuchus, also known as the snake charmer sign. I always thought I was a Libra, but now I suppose I am Virgo. It really seemed to catch my attention and I am honestly in love with the topic! So I am asking if you guys at NewsDepth know anything to share with me on this.  If so, I would be more than happy to see!

Adeline, Heartland Christian School:  I want to learn more about A to Z vocabulary.  I also want to hear more about Know Ohio, too.

Maria, Emerson Elementary:  I want to learn more about the world. Since I've never been farther West or North of Minnesota, East of Maine, or South of North Carolina, I think places in the world, outside of the U.S.A. (except Alaska and Hawaii) are very mysterious. The three territories in Canada, Yukon, Nunavut and Northwest Territories are kind of mysterious, even though Ontario is only 60 miles from Cleveland, and life there is just like here. I also want to learn more about the world, because I want to travel to every single country (except North Korea, but maybe I could get a look from South Korea). Plus, when I am a news reporter who travels, I will be more successful because I know more about the world. And, our world is changing, so everyone needs to keep up. After all, this is our world!