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The bad, the good and the none _ a look at Oscar hosts
The bad, the good and the none _ a look at memorable Oscar hosts like Whoopi Goldberg, Bob Hope, Chris Rock and Ellen DeGeneres, as well as some notorious shows that bombed
Oscar funnyman to show: play up envelope mess, not harassers
Comedy writer Bruce Vilanch has made nearly two-dozen Oscar ceremonies funny and memorable, and he's got some advice for this year's show
What's streaming on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon in February
A new month brings a new list of films and TV shows to stream. Netflix is releasing a slew of originals, including a new show from Joel McHale and a revamped version of "Queer Eye," as well as much-loved films including "Goodfellas," "Ocean's Eleven," and "Kill Bill." Hulu's offerings include
George Clooney describes how he first met his wife, Amal
Forget the bar scene: George Clooney met his now-wife, Amal Clooney, in the comfort of his own home. In a new interview with David Letterman for his Netflix series, "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction," the Oscar winner explained that he first laid eyes on Amal Clooney when she stopped by his
Jonathan Karl reports Republican strategists believe they will lose the House in 2018 midterms
One of the biggest challenges we have to our democracy is the degree to which we don't share a common baseline of facts. What the Russians exploited but it was already here is we are operating in completely different information universes. At a certain point, you just live in a bubble. And at's
Obama's first talk show appearance since leaving office
The former president talks to David Letterman about life outside the White House, the current political climate and the legacy he hopes to leave.
The Note: Trump's divisive language lands blow, Washington parries with policy
The TAKE with Rick Klein A month ago today, President Donald Trump ’s Republican Party lost an unlosable Senate race in Alabama, and it looked as if the GOP might end the year without a single major legislative victory. One week from now, there might be a broad immigration agreement on top of the
US's biggest challenge is country not sharing same set of facts, Obama tells Letterman
For President Barack Obama, leaving the White House last January meant he could sleep in, go on vacation and figure out how to work his home coffee machine. Nearly a year later, the former president continues to enjoy the perks of private life, while also publicly sharing his concerns about the
Former President Obama advises dancers like himself to 'stay in the pocket'
Former President Barack Obama has advice for his fellow rhythmically-challenge dancers out there -- you have to "stay in the pocket." The former leader of the free world said he resorts to "dad moves" whenever he tries to cut the rug. The admission came in a teaser clip of an upcoming interview he
David Letterman's new Netflix talk show will feature former President Barack Obama as the first guest
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