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David Letterman Will Say Goodbye to Late Night Television
The famed late night show host's final show will air Wednesday May 20th, 2015.
Top 10 Ways David Letterman Changed Late Night TV
Tonight, after 33 years in late night television, David Letterman will preside over his final episode of the "Late Show." Letterman leaves behind a very different late-night landscape than the one he helped pioneer, starting in 1982 when he first followed Johnny Carson 's "Tonight" show with "Late
Marilu's Memorable Career
Our guest today is most recognizable faces and television. Film and on stage and Patrick Daly on her nationally syndicated radio show the Mary Lou show. On a Genesis communications network in in the studio with us. Mary had a today well thank you so thank you for stopping by day probably you a
Boy Who Won Over College Football World Battling Brain Cancer Again
Jack Hoffman, 8, won fans last year after running a touchdown for the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers.
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Kaiser Chiefs, Christina Perri, Cloud Nothings, Nick Cannon and More
It's another interesting collection of reviews this week. First, out of Leeds, England, Kaiser Chiefs comes back with its fifth release. Then, we listen to the latest from Christina Perri and indie rockers Cloud Nothings. Mariah Carey's husband, Nick Cannon, tries to cause some controversy, while
Talk Show Hoaxer Pranked NFL, NBA Coaches
Act 5: Kenneth Tarr allegedly scammed talk shows with fake stories and conducted many sports hoaxes.
California Man Accused of Pranking NFL Coaches
Kenny Tarr allegedly led sports figures to believe they were being offered high-paying jobs.
James Marsden Is Ron Burgundy's Nemesis in 'Anchorman 2'
The actor reveals what it was like improvising with the likes of Will Ferrell, Steve Carell and Paul Rudd.
How a L.A. Man Allegedly Pranked NFL, NBA Coaches
Kenny Tarr is accused of hoaxing several pro-coaches, and could face jail time.
Hollywood Resident Charged With Felony Eavesdropping For Prank Calls
Kenneth Edward Tarr has pranked pro sports coaches into believing he was offering them jobs.