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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
Jane Pauley Replacing Osgood at 'Sunday Morning'
Jane Pauley is becoming a morning television host again — this time at a much more relaxed pace. CBS said Sunday she will replace Charles Osgood as anchor of the "Sunday Morning" telecast. The bow-tied Osgood told viewers at the end of his last telecast after 22 years that Pauley would replace him.
World News Now: Friday, May 16, 2014
In this morning's news: wildfires continue to burn in Southern California; Barbara Walters' big day.
The Groundbreaking Career of Barbara Walters
After paving the way to break the glass ceiling for so many women, Walters says goodbye after 50 years in television.
Katie's Ex-TV Husband Bryant Gumbel Stops By
Bryant Gumbel and Jane Pauley discuss the past and the very promising future
Book Excerpt: 'Spark & Hustle: Launch and Grow Your Small Business Now' by Tory Johnson
You've seen Tory Johnson on "Good Morning America," with stories about workplace issues and her popular Steals and Deals segments that bring you big discounts on great items every week. In her new book, " Spark & Hustle: Launch and Grow Your Small Business Now, " Johnson breaks down exactly what
Katie Couric In Battle to Fill Oprah's Shoes
Katie Couric is the latest media personality to throw her hat in the talk show ring in the battle for Oprah Winfrey's daytime throne. According to The Associated Press, Couric is expected to leave her anchor post at the "CBS Evening News" and launch a syndicated talk show in 2012. She will join
Report: 2001 Anthrax Attacks Were Preventable
The Army scientist believed to have caused the 2001 anthrax attacks that left five dead and paralyzed Capitol Hill and media organizations had severe psychological problems, was obsessed with a sorority and should never have been given security clearance or access to deadly pathogens, according to
The Note: Draft Day -- Is Baucus bill worth the wait, if everyone loves to hate it?
It's only taken until mid-September to get six members of one Senate committee to not agree on a draft of a health care bill -- remind us of why this is difficult again?