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9:58 am
Wed January 23, 2013

Jimmy Kimmel: Making Late Night A Family Affair

Comedian Jimmy Kimmel interviews Mel Brooks on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Randy Holmes ABC

Originally published on Wed August 28, 2013 11:04 am

This month, Jimmy Kimmel's late-night ABC talk show, Jimmy Kimmel Live, joins the 11:35 p.m. nightly lineup — which puts him in direct competition with two reining comedy kings: Jay Leno and Kimmel's idol, David Letterman.

Kimmel, who paid tribute to Letterman at the Kennedy Center Honors in December, didn't break the news to Letterman himself.

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All Songs Considered
9:54 am
Wed January 23, 2013

Nick Cave To Kick Off NPR Music's SXSW Showcase

Cat Stevens Courtesy of the artist

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This Is NPR
8:49 am
Wed January 23, 2013

A View Of Inauguration: Pictures From NPR Journalists

From the looks of Production Assistant Liz Baker's "trash art" photo, it appears the unofficial Inauguration Day drink of choice was caffeinated.
courtesy of Liz Baker

Originally published on Wed January 23, 2013 5:28 pm

Numb thumbs didn't stop the NPR crew from being part of the social media buzz during yesterday's 57th Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C.

A team of hosts and reporters assembled at the U.S. Capitol to guide listeners through a special live broadcast of the inaugural festivities on air, and many also took to Twitter and Instagram to share first-hand accounts of the pomp and circumstance happening around the National Mall.

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The Two-Way
8:36 am
Wed January 23, 2013

Top Stories: Clinton To Testify On Benghazi; Deep Freeze Covers East

Originally published on Wed January 23, 2013 7:22 am

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Secretary Clinton Set To Testify On Benghazi Attacks.

How Cold Is It? It's So Cold ...

And here are more early headlines:

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The Two-Way
8:36 am
Wed January 23, 2013

U.K.'s Cameron Floats Idea Of Vote ON E.U. Membership, Other Leaders Protest

British Prime Minister David Cameron earlier today in London as he spoke about a vote on E.U. membership.
Oli Scarff Getty Images

"Britain's prime minister said Wednesday he will offer citizens a vote on whether to leave the European Union if his party wins the next election, prompting warnings from fellow member states about the soundness of such a move," The Associated Press writes.

The wire service adds that:

"Cameron proposed Wednesday that his Conservative Party renegotiate the U.K.'s relationship with the European Union if it wins the next general election, expected in 2015.

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