Letterman: 'I Don't Know Why They Didn't Give My Show To A Woman'David Letterman felt like his late-night CBS show should’ve gone to a woman.
New York City’s Top 15 News Stories Of 2015Check out our picks for the biggest news stories to hit the New York metropolitan area in 2015.
David Letterman To Return To TV In Series On Climate ChangeDavid Letterman will return to TV next year to help draw attention to the effects of climate change when he appears on an episode of ``Years of Living Dangerously.''
'Hello Nation!' Stephen Colbert Debuts On New 'The Late Show'Thunderous cheers and chants greeted Stephen Colbert as he made his debut Tuesday night as the host of CBS’ “Late Show.”
Stephen Colbert Makes His Big Debut As 'Late Show' HostIt's the dawn of a new era in late-night television as Stephen Colbert makes his big debut as host of "The Late Show."
Stephen Colbert Looks Back On Advice He Received From David Letterman“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” premieres on Tuesday, Sept. 8. But Colbert made sure he consulted his predecessor, David Letterman, for some advice first.
New 'Late Show With Stephen Colbert' Marquee Unveiled At Ed Sullivan TheaterColbert is taking over for David Letterman who hosted the late night show for 33 years
The Week: Thank You's For Letterman & Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood'This week, we say our final goodnight to a late-night legend and a pop star’s new music video brings some star power
Radio Free Montone: Remembering Letterman With One Of His Guys1010 WINS' John Montone spoke with longtime "Late Show" announcer Alan Kalter this week about what it's been like working with Letterman for two decades.
David Letterman's 'Late Show' Set Dismantled A Day After Last ShowDavid Letterman said goodbye as the host of “Late Show” Wednesday night, and is now officially retired.
Letterman's Final Show: The Internet Thanks A LegendLast night"Late Show" David Letterman signed-off, marking the end of an era in television, and special guests and celebrities thanked him the best ways they knew how.
David Letterman Signs Off After 33 Years On Late Night TelevisionA roster of stars turned out Wednesday for joyous and wistful moments, as David Letterman signed off after nearly 22 years on “The Late Show” on CBS, and a career of 33 years in late night television.

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