Three lawsuits brought by men who said former Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash sexually abused them when they were underage were tossed out by a federal judge who said in a decision published Monday that the men waited too long to sue.
The Children’s Television Workshop is tackling divorce. “Sesame Street” character “Abby Cadabby” is trying to adjust to her parents’ divorce which brings us some interesting questions.
Mo Willems, the former Sesame Street writer, has a string of successful books starring a somewhat demanding pigeon. Now he’s gone interactive and the result is delightful.
Want to see your kid’s face light up? The Elmo Calls app lets them get video and audio calls from their favorite Muppet. Or, if they’d prefer, they can call him themselves.
Grover is the ultimate in single interest constituencies in Washington. He is not accountable to anybody. He does not disclose who funds him, who pays him to do what he does or how much he is paid to blackmail GOP Members of Congress to sign his pledge not to raise taxes.
Longtime Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash resigned Tuesday from “Sesame Street” amid a second allegation that he sexually abused underage boys.
Chris reveals the latest details in the sexual escapades surrounding CIA Director David Petraeus and Elmo from Sesame Street, and he also discusses the stories of voter fraud coming out of Philadelphia.
Sales of the 8′ yellow bird are said to be up post-debate, but not all area shops are licensed to carry the costume.
The Obama campaign’s thinking – or non-thinking – that America will be distracted by Big Bird when there are so many other really important issues involving real people is nothing more than an insult to every Americans’ intelligence.
Chris examines the sentence given to Jerry Sandusky and discusses the ruling with CBS 3′s Ben Simmoneau. He discusses the Obama campaign’s obsession with Big Bird and the details that were finally revealed regarding the consulate attack in Libya. He also talks to author Christopher Horner about his book, The Liberal War on Transparency and to Victor Fiorillo of the Philly Post.
President Barack Obama deployed Big Bird in a new campaign ad Tuesday mocking Mitt Romney’s vow to end federal funding for public broadcasting. Romney’s campaign dismissed it as an example of Obama being small-minded while the foundation behind Big Bird’s program, “Sesame Street,” asked that the ad be taken down.
There was a moment in the debate that will be discussed in the days ahead that everyone missed until yesterday. A review of the debate tape reveals that, apparently, Mitt Romney needed a cheat sheet to keep the lies straight.
Sesame Street in a series of videos entitled For Me, For You, For Later, is teaching the principles of spending, saving and sharing.