Sesame Street News
Pediatrics Group Gives New Guidelines on Screen Time for Kids
As tablets, smartphones, laptops and other devices become more ubiquitous, pediatricians are telling parents to help their children have a "healthy media diet." The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released new guidelines today that focus on how much screen time is appropriate for infants,
Elmo's World Returning to 'Sesame Street' in January
Preschoolers can explore an updated version of Elmo's World when the new season of "Sesame Street" debuts next year
DNA May Help Find the Identity of Who Killed Faith Hedgepeth: Part 5
Chapel Hill police sent DNA found at the crime scene to Parabon NanoLabs to come up with a composite of the killer.
As Natural Hair Goes Mainstream, One High School's Policy Sparks Firestorm
As 15-year-old Ashanti Scott knows, hair can say so much about how people see themselves. A cheerleader at Butler Traditional High School in Louisville, Kentucky, Ashanti proudly wears her hair in its natural, tightly curled state. So she was stunned just days before school began when she saw her
One High School's Natural Hair Ban Sparks National Debate
Many parents and students said Butler High's original dress policy with specific rules about hair grooming discriminated against African Americans.
The Lexicon of Charlie Weis
Editor's note: This story contains explicit language. ON OUR FIRST phone call: I'm going to be one of the most surprising and upbeat people. I've got nothing bad to say about anyone. I'd be willing to bet a million dollars that I'm happier than you think I am. AT THE JERSEY SHORE -- "I'm tired of
'Rugrats' Turns 25: Creators Klasky and Csupo Share Story Behind the Iconic Cartoon
“A baby’s gotta do what a baby’s gotta do!” It’s been 25 years since Tommy, Chuckie, Phil and Lil stole our hearts in “Rugrats,” the Nicktoon that hilariously featured babies who could talk. ABC News chatted with creators Arlene Klasky and Gabor Csupo about the lovable series. With its 15-year run
'Sesame Street' CEO Apologizes for 'Misunderstandings' About Cast Changes
Days after news broke that “ Sesame Street ” is parting ways with longtime cast members Bob McGrath, Emilio Delgado and Roscoe Orman, Sesame Workshop CEO Jeff Dunn Tuesday night posted a message on Facebook to address any "misunderstandings" about the future of the beloved program and its cast,
'Sesame Street' Parts ways with Three Longtime Cast Members
Bob Mcgrath, Emilio Delgado and Roscoe Orman will no longer appear on the beloved PBS children's show, according to a statement released by "Sesame Street."
'Sesame Street' Parts Ways With Longtime Cast Members
" Sesame Street " continues to change. Longtime cast members Bob McGrath, Emilio Delgado and Roscoe Orman, who played Bob, Luis and Gordon, respectively, will no longer regularly appear on the children's show, McGrath announced earlier this month. However, Sesame Workshop said in a statement today