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U.S. Sen. John McCain scored a hit for funnyman David Letterman, delivering the largest audience for "Late Show with David Letterman" in nearly three years. The Republican presidential nominee was a guest on Letterman's show Thursday night after having canceled on Sept. 24 at the last minute.
By Gary Levin NEW YORK -- John McCain made peace Thursday with David Letterman, three weeks after the presidential candidate drew the comedian's wrath by abruptly canceling an appearance under false pretenses only to head for a sitdown with news anchor Katie Couric.
U.S. Republican presidential nominee Sen. John McCain is set to appear on "Late Show with David Letterman," CBS said Sunday. The network said McCain has agreed to be a guest on Thursday's edition of the show. This will mark his first appearance on "Late Show" since he canceled his Sept.
By Blake Hannon Election day is less than a month away. We've seen both presidential and vice presidential candidates debate the big issues and campaign relentlessly for the votes of Americans. Wait a second.
By Norm Clarke The O.J. Simpson jury got a thumbs up from talk-show host David Letterman. "Here's what happened," said Letterman, turning serious during his monologue Monday. "The jury did a little something unusual for an O.J. jury.
David Letterman said he was disappointed Sen. John McCain backed out of an appearance on his show so he could be interviewed by Katie Couric. The Republican U.S.
By Jeff Simon Let me tell you what was happening when this column began in TV Topics in the fall of 1978. The new fall shows included "Mary,"""W.E.B,""American Girls" and "Sword of Justice.""Saturday Night Live" was already in its third season. The worm was already eating the apple.
David Letterman wants to stick with CBS' "Late Show" through his contract - and maybe longer - as rival Jay Leno prepares to surrender the "Tonight" reins next year. "The way I feel now, I would like to go beyond 2010, not much beyond, but you know, enough to go beyond.
By Associated Press LOS ANGELES -- David Letterman wants to stick with CBS' "Late Show" through his contract -- and maybe longer -- as rival Jay Leno prepares to surrender the "The Tonight Show" reins next year.
By Daniel Neman, Richmond Times-Dispatch, Va. Jul. 18--Comedian Jim Gaffigan knows that to stay popular on a national level, he has to cover subjects that everyone understands.