Carmelo Anthony sat on the “Late Show” couch Thursday and proudly explained to host David Letterman precisely why he wanted a trade to New York. “I think the first thing is it’s the best city in the world,” he said.
Sir Charles has spoken. NBA analyst Charles Barkley attacked the Knicks’ season ticket price hikes — and their defense — with a two-pronged media assault on Monday.
Lohan is expected to appear via satellite from Los Angeles. Thursday will mark the first time she’s been on the Late Show since May of 2007.
Irina Shayk learned Monday at a taping of David Letterman’s show that she won the coveted cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue. “I saw it, and I couldn’t believe it,” Shayk said.
From complete anonymity to worldwide superstardom, Chile’s Edison Pena, one of the 33 miners who survived being trapped in a mine for 70 days, is soaking up the Big Apple’s welcome.
Edison Pena gave the term “underground comedy” a whole new meaning when he appeared on The Late Show Thursday night.
Mayor Bloomberg tells David Letterman he thinks being governor is a “terrible job” and he’s not embarrassed to be ranked the 10th richest person in the nation.
Phoenix was clean-cut and shaven, without the shaggy beard, unruly hair and sunglasses he wore on Feb. 11, 2009.
The former television producer who tried to blackmail David Letterman over the comedian’s office affairs has been freed from a New York City jail.
Actor Michael Douglas is opening up about his battle with throat cancer.
A storm that curtailed outdoor activities for much of President Barack Obama’s vacation was forecast to end Wednesday, but he said he’s been able to fight off cabin fever.
Being famous isn’t as easy as it looks. Just ask pop sensation Katy Perry. Not only does she have to deal with boyfriend Russell Brand hogging all her hair products, but she also has to battle ridiculous internet rumors about her life.