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Scouts in Minnetonka, Minn., Troop 346 created the design for their new troop trailer in a Graphic Arts merit badge class.
Austin Tice, an Eagle Scout, former U.S. Marine and freelance journalist, has been missing in Syria since Aug. 14, 2012.
The Scouts of Bronx, N.Y., Troop 102 are among the first Scouts to take the Ice Bucket Challenge, and in the process raise awareness about ALS.
The Triple Crown award honors those who have participated in a high-adventure program at three national high-adventure bases, but what about the Summit?
Kenneth Shinozuka, a 15-year-old Eagle Scout from New York City, has invented a device that could revolutionize care for the more than 5 million Americans living with Alzheimer's.
1967 was a good year for Scouting cartoons, as evidenced here. Check out 14 of my favorites from the pages of Scouting magazine from that year.
Scouts, Scouters and their families gathered to dedicate the Rayado Ridge Leadership Camp, a new training center at Philmont, on July 18, 2014.
For today's Tuesday Talkback, tell me: Does your pack, troop, post, ship or crew have a number with some significance to it? If so, let's hear it.
James S. Brady, the former White House press secretary, who died Aug. 4 at age 73, was shot during the attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan.
You're bound to be approached by a Scout wanting to earn one for which you aren't qualified to be a merit badge counselor. Your next move is important.
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