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Garry Shandling Has Died at 66, Police Say
Famed comedian Garry Shandling has died at 66, ABC News has confirmed. According to Los Angeles Police Officer Tony Kim, the comedian was pronounced dead at an L.A.-area hospital Thursday. Shandling, known for "The Larry Sanders Show," was born in Chicago and got his first break in 1973, when he
Chicago Gets TV Spotlight With New Comedy, Drama
Chicago is grabbing the TV spotlight with two new series, the comedy "Superior Donuts" and the drama "The Chi."
Inside Harper Lee and Truman Capote's Friendship
Two of the best-known authors in American literary history started out as best friends. Harper Lee , who died today at age 89, and Truman Capote , who died in 1984, grew up spending a great deal of time together as young children and, their friendship lasted for decades. Over time, however, things
George Brett, Bret Saberhagen, Buddy Biancalana ... where are they now?
The Kansas City Royals held a fantasy camp this year that reunited many players from their 1985 championship team. That World Series was 30 years ago, but as '85 alumnus Mark Gubcza said, "It was like it was five seconds ago." "We were still telling the same stories, joking around and busting each
O.J. Simpson Trial: Where Are They Now?
Once known as one of the most-famous running backs in football history, O.J. Simpson's reason for renown changed forever on June 12, 1994. On that day, Simpson's ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman were found stabbed to death at her Los Angeles condominium. Simpson was
David Letterman's Final 'Late Show' Episode: The Biggest Moments
David Letterman closed his 33-year late-night TV career Wednesday with a star-studded, emotional episode of “Late Show” that featured Jerry Seinfeld, Chris Rock , Tina Fey and a musical performance by the Foo Fighters . The episode opened with a video clip from former Gerald Ford’s inaugural
David Letterman Jokes About Elian Gonzalez, Scientology in His Final Monologue
David Letterman joked about Elian Gonzalez , Scientology and the late-night battles of the 1990s in the monologue for his final episode of "Late Show" Wednesday. “I’ll be honest with you: it’s beginning to look like I won’t get the ‘Tonight Show!’” Letterman said. Letterman had served as a protege
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
David Letterman Describes What His Final Show Will Entail
Next month, David Letterman will host his last episode of "The Late Show." While the broadcast is still three weeks away, he already has a plan for what to say. "I know of other things that are being worked on. My only concern is mine. What will I do? And I now know exactly what I will do," he told