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Bill Clinton Tells David Letterman: 'I'll Move Back into the White House ... If I'm Asked'

Originally posted 05/13/2015 08:15AM

Bill Clinton will happily take up residence in the nation's most famous residence once again – provided his wife Hillary wants him there.

While appearing on the Late Show with David Letterman, Clinton told host David Letterman not to get ahead of himself after he asked how Clinton would rate his chances of moving back into the White House.

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Relive the Top 10 Flirtatious Moments Between Julia Roberts and Dave Letterman

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Relive the Top 10 Flirtatious Moments Between Julia Roberts and Dave Letterman

Originally posted 05/13/2015 07:05AM

Julia Roberts and Late Show host David Letterman have had one of the best flirtations on TV for decades. On Wednesday, May 20, Letterman will retire after 30 years on late-night television – and Roberts, 47, is on the star-studded lineup. To celebrate his career, let's take a look back at some of their best moments together.

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See What Happens When Howard Stern Tries to Kiss a Retiring David Letterman (VIDEO)

Originally posted 05/12/2015 12:10PM

Sure, David Letterman is retiring later this month after decades of ruling late-night television. But, as Howard Stern proved, he's not ready to get all mushy about it.

The shock jock appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman Monday and tried to plant a kiss on his old friend – but the crusty Indiana native was having none of it.

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David Letterman Jokes That He's the Father of Reese Witherspoon's Daughter

Originally posted 05/05/2015 11:10PM

[YOUTUBE "MxdGKZewKhw"] Well, she did star in Legally Blonde.

Reese Witherspoon took a minute to catch onto David Letterman's joke when she appeared on the Late Show on Tuesday night.

The talk -how host was marveling at a sweet pic the Hot Pursuit star had shared on Instagram of her look-alike 15-year-old daughter, Ava, when the star revealed that Ava "was born the first year I was on this show."

That prompted some awkward throat clearing from Letterman, who said, "Well, that's an interesting coincidence," as the audience laughed.

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Barack Obama and David Letterman Plan Their Retirement Together on Late Show

Originally posted 05/04/2015 08:30PM

[YOUTUBE "xqtO5UI8hR8" "auto"] Barack Obama and David Letterman just decided to become retirement buddies.

The President made his final appearance on the Late Show on Monday, and started making plans to spend some post-presidency bonding time with the talk show host, who's also nearing the end of his tenure.

"I was thinking you and me could play some dominoes together," the President joked when Letterman asked about his plans after leaving the Oval Office.

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From EW: Conan O'Brien's Exclusive Love Letter to David Letterman

From EW: Conan O'Brien's Exclusive Love Letter to David Letterman

Originally posted 05/01/2015 05:20PM

"David Letterman disrupted the medium – and that's what made him a legend," O'Brien writes for EW

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Michelle Obama to David Letterman: One of Our Kids Is Going Through Their 'Grumpy Cat' Phase (VIDEO)

Originally posted 05/01/2015 08:50AM

Even the president and his first lady, it seems, are not immune to the terror of teenage hormones.

Michelle Obama stopped by The Late Show on Thursday and commiserated with David Letterman over the "cloud" that sometimes passes over his 11-year-old son, Harry. "All of a sudden, all we do is argue and reason escapes the planet!"

"Yeah, you're in that phase," replied Michelle, assuring him that it does go away, but that she's currently dealing with that situation in the White House – but wouldn't confirm whether it was Malia, 16, or Sasha, 13.

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David Letterman: Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel Didn't 'Push Me Out' of a Job

David Letterman: Jimmy Fallon and Jimmy Kimmel Didn't 'Push Me Out' of a Job

Originally posted 04/29/2015 10:40AM

The landscape of late night has inarguably changed since David Letterman began hosting Late Night in 1982 and then Late Show in 1993, but he's not ending his 33-year run on a bitter note.

In an interview with The New York Times, Letterman, 68, is not upset about how the format he helped create has changed so drastically with the entry of energetic, Internet-savvy hosts like Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon.

"They didn't push me out," he said. "I'm 68. If I was 38, I'd probably still be wanting to do the show," Letterman added, going on to say that the format – "an older guy in a suit" – certainly still seemed "viable" when Jay Leno was still on late night. However, after Leno left The Tonight Show last year, Letterman was suddenly "surrounded by Jimmys," he told the Times.

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Meet Robert Downey Jr.'s Daughter Avri Roel

Meet Robert Downey Jr.'s Daughter Avri Roel

Originally posted 04/24/2015 01:15PM

The actor shared the first photo of his 5-month-old baby girl during a Thursday appearance on The Late Show

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