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  • Larry King interviews former President Bill Clinton, right, on CNN's "Larry King Live," in New York on April 19, 2007. After 25 years, Mr. King will hang up his suspenders with his last broadcast on Thursday, Dec. 16, 2010. (AP Photo/CNN, Jake A.Herrle)

    After 25 years, Larry King is giving up his CNN throne

    At the end of June, Larry King suddenly announced he was retiring from his show — a weeknight fixture at 9 p.m. Eastern for 25 years. He told viewers, "It's time to hang up my nightly suspenders." After Thursday's edition, Mr. King will indeed hang it up, suspenders and all.


  • After 25 years, King is giving up his CNN throne

    Early last June, CNN celebrated 25 years of "Larry King Live" with a week of shows whose A-list guests included President Barack Obama, LeBron James, Bill Gates and Lady Gaga.


  • After 25 years, King is giving up his CNN throne

    Early last June, CNN celebrated 25 years of "Larry King Live" with a week of shows whose A-list guests included President Barack Obama, LeBron James, Bill Gates and Lady Gaga.


  • Generals looking for work

    Colin Powell was on "Larry King Live" last week — the day after Paris Hilton — and was talking about his life and politics in Washington.


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