David Letterman News
In the age of analytics, putting the focus back on scouting
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's May 9 Fame Issue. Subscribe today! ON THIS JANUARY afternoon in New Orleans, the temperature is hovering in the 40s. The wind is raising whitecaps on Lake Pontchartrain. Baseball practice won't officially start for a week. But Tulane's team has gathered for
Obamas, Bidens to Kick off USO Comedy Show Next Week
President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden are joining their wives next week for a USO comedy show in observance of Military Appreciation Month
Donald Trump Delivers Remarks on 'Super Saturday'
The Republican front-runner won the most delegates, with wins in both Louisiana and Kentucky.
Tina Fey Calls Aging in Hollywood 'Glorious Act of Bravery'
Tina Fey , 45, famously stripped down to her Spanx on David Letterman 's final show, but, given a choice, she'd rather just let everything hang out. "I purposely wore three or four layers of Spanx underneath [my skintight dress] , including those terrible nude-colored ones, because as I crafted the
Abe Vigoda Remembered
Actor known for his character Phil Fish on the ABC sitcom, "Barney Miller," lived to be 94.
Year End 2015: 10 of the Biggest Celeb Moments
For a litany of reasons, 2015 was an action-packed year. For many, it was good. Some stars saw great professional gains: Adele's newest record has shattered records while Taylor Swift performed for screaming crowds around the world. Others, Caitlyn Jenner and Tracy Morgan among them, celebrated
Top Celebrity Weddings of 2015
There were a ton of couples we just couldn't wait to see walk down the aisle this year. And while Jennifer Aniston and Justin Justin Theroux along with Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher opted to keep many details of their nuptials away from fans, Sofia Vergara and Joe Manganiello let us all in on their
Why David Letterman Doesn't Miss 'The Late Show'
David Letterman is adapting to life after "The Late Show" just fine. The former late-night host said in a new interview that a few months after his final broadcast, he has gained perspective of his job as a late-night host. "[Working in television, you believe] that what you are doing is of great
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