Does The NFL's Proposed Settlement Change The Game?
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Seth Meyers' Prime-Time Political Parody
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Was Miley Twerking Or Just Trying?
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Conan O'Brien interviews Bruce Willis in a 2005 episode of Late Night With Conan O'Brien. NBC/Getty Images hide caption

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Conan's 'Uphill Climb' To Late-Night Throne
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Jay Leno delivers the opening monologue during the inauguration of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on May 25, 1992. Craig Fujii/AP hide caption

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Jay Leno: 'Tonight' Was About 'Trying To Get Johnny To Laugh'
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David Letterman, pictured here in January 1982, premiered Late Night With David Letterman just a few months after his Fresh Air interview. AP hide caption

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Letterman And 'Tonight' Vet Go Behind The Scenes Of Late Night
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ESPN Backs Out Of Brain Injury Documentary After NFL Pressure
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Guy Pearce (front left) plays Jack Irish in TV movie adaptations of two Peter Temple novels. The films, Bad Debts and Black Tide, are broadcast by digital provider Acorn TV. Lachlan Moore/Acorn TV hide caption

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Aussie Detective Jack Irish Is More Than Old-School Macho
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Mexican detective Marco Ruiz (Demian Bichir) teams up with his American counterpart, Sonya Cross (Diane Kruger), to solve a murder in FX's The Bridge. Byron Cohen/FX Network hide caption

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'Bridge' Actor Demian Bichir On Portraying Border Life
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Al Jazeera Offers Americans An Alternative For News
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Microwave pralines are easier to make than stovetop pralines, and just as tasty. Ed Anderson/Chronicle Books hide caption

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'Treme' Cookbook Captures The Flavor Of A Show And A City
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