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NEW YORK (AP) — NBC on Wednesday announced its long-rumored switch in late night, replacing Jay Leno at the "Tonight" show with Jimmy Fallon and moving the iconic franchise back to New York.
Would Leno pull a Johnny Carson?
President makes a late-night TV appearance.
Get ready for the endless stories by reporters about their annual “prom” in Washington.
Think last week's congressional outrage was bad? Imagine what would happen if we nationalized the banks.
The president should keep away from Jay Leno and stick to interviews with serious reporters.
One big point for Jay Leno. None for Obama.
Obama's historic appearance on Leno's show was accompanied by a foot-in-the-mouth quip.
Ike won an Emmy and Ford cameo'd on "Saturday Night Live."
On a night of raucous caucusing in Iowa, Democrats rolled the dice and delivered a larger-than-expected, if not shocking, 8-point win for Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois. Obama won with nearly 38 percent of the vote, easily beating out former Sen. John Edwards and Sen. Hillary Clinton, who came in second and third respectively, with 30 and 29 percent of the vote.