The 2015 merit badge rankings are here, and the winner is clear. More Scouts earned one merit badge than any other, and it wasn't close.
Who is responsible for tent care in your troop? How do you hold Scouts accountable for damaged or dirty tents or lost tent stakes?
A group of Scouts met with Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to discuss ways to get young people away from screens and out into nature.
A group of 10 extraordinary young people representing every Scouting program is heading to Washington, D.C., to present the 2015 Report to the Nation.
Let's look at the Eagle Scout Class of 2015 by the numbers, including average age, a state-by-state breakdown and the number of service hours recorded.
There's evil in the world. There's goodness, too. On a recent camping trip to the California coast, the Scouts of Troop 57 encountered both.
Does Scouting work? A new, highly shareable Scout recruiting video answers that question with a resounding "yes."
Kids to Parks Day 2016 is May 21. The day offers a terrific opportunity to get outside and explore parks and public lands — either with your Scouting family or your actual family.
In those 60 seconds (or a little longer), a Scoutmaster's minute helps inspire Scouts with a story, a parable or an anecdote.
Beginning Jan. 1, 2016, there's a fourth way to earn the Snow Sports merit badge. Snowshoeing joins downhill skiing, cross-country skiing and snowboarding as options for earning this elective merit badge.