Sesame Street Introduces First Ever Character With Autism

Julia will be welcomed to Sesame Street next month. She's the first ever character with autism to be on the show.

Sesame Street is welcoming a new resident to the neighbourhood. Sunday night’s 60 minutes episode announced that Julia, the beloved childhood shows first autistic character, will be joining Elmo and the gang in April. The episode opens with Elmo and Abby Cadabby introducing Julia to Big Bird, with the new girl reluctant to shake hands

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Climate Change Shrank Animals In The Past, And Scientists Say It Could Happen Again

A new study reveals that climate change is likely to shrink animals in the future

A new discovery has found that animals were ‘dwarfed’ by global warming 50 million years ago, and scientists are concerned that it could happen again. The study shows that warm-blooded animals got significantly smaller at least twice in Earth’s history when temperatures increased, and carbon dioxide levels soared. Palaeontologists (aka Ross from Friends) discovered fossil teeth

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McDonald’s Employee Leaps Through Drive-Thru Window To Save Policewoman’s Life

McDonald's employee saves a police officers life

A McDonald’s employee saved the life of an off-duty policewoman after jumping through a drive-thru window when she suddenly fell unconscious. The officer pulled up to a McDonald’s branch in Doral, Florida with her two young children in the back seat. Pedro Viloria was preparing her breakfast order when he noticed something wasn’t right, and heard the

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Bam Margera Opens Up About The Most Bizarre Thing He Ever Saw A Jackass Fan Do

Former Jackass Star Bam Margera Discusses Crazy Fan Encounters

Disclaimer: this is (obviously) going to be a bit gross. Whether you’re a fan or not, hit shows like Jackass and Viva La Bam had a real impact on young people across the globe. Suddenly, the coolest kid in school was the one who could land skateboard tricks. Those less gifted on a board could also

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Kalief Browder’s Story Proves It’s Better To Be Rich And Guilty, Than Poor And Innocent In America

Kalief Browder was just a 16-year old walking home from a party when his life changed forever. Accused of stealing a backpack, the Bronx teen was imprisoned without conviction in one of America’s most notorious detention facilities, Rikers Island, for over 1000 days – most of them in solitary confinement. Two years after his release, Kalief

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