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Dad Realized He Could Talk to Son With Autism With Cartoon Characters: Part 2
Owen Suskind's parents discovered he memorized dozens of Disney movies and used them to teach himself about life.
'Life, Animated' Documentary Follows Child's Life With Autism: Part 3
Owen Suskind finds love at his school and moved out of his parents' home and into his own apartment.
'Life, Animated' Star Meets Voices of His Favorite Characters: Part 5
At screenings, Owen Suskind met the stars of some of his favorite Disney films.
Super Bowl 2015: Watch All the Commercials From This Year
The Super Bowl was great -- and so were many of the commercials that were on during the game. The average 30-second Super Bowl commercial can cost as much as $4.5 million. To some advertisers, it's worth getting their brand in front of more than 112 million viewers, which is the number that watched
Parents Reach Son With Autism Through Disney Movies
Owen Suskind's parents tell The New York Times Magazine how acting out animated movies helped their son.
15 Minutes and Fame: Paul Mobley's Dazzling Celebrity Portraits
Andy Warhol famously said, “In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes,” or as frequently paraphrased, “Everyone has their 15 minutes of fame.” But what’s significant about 15 minutes if you’re already famous? All images © Paul Mobley and used with permission Jabbawockeez ...
'50 Shades of Grey' Read by Celebrities
Infamous romance novel is read by Gilbert Gottfried and other entertainers.
Feb. 28: Ceasefire in Gulf War 1991
1991 Ceasefire in Gulf War Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein announced that troops would withdraw from Kuwait, signalling an end to the Gulf War. U.S. military warned that complete withdrawal of American troops would be a lengthy process, and announced plans to leave reserve troops...
Top 11 Most Cringeworthy Celebrity Tweets of 2011
Twitter has proved itself to be a powerful social media tool for celebrities, allowing them to promote their newest projects and connect with fans much more intimately than ever before. Some, like Kim Kardashian, even get paid to promote products to their huge followings. But what Twitter can