McCain appears on 'Late Show'
NEW YORK - Republican presidential candidate John McCain good-naturedly sparred with David Letterman on Tuesday night's 'Late Show.'
During his monologue, Letterman joked that the Arizona senator reminded him of 'the guy at the hardware store who makes the keys' and 'the guy who can't stop talking about how well his tomatoes are doing.'
After Letterman added that McCain looked like 'the guy who points out the spots they missed at the car wash,' the senator appeared on stage.
'You think that stuff's pretty funny, don't you?' McCain asked, then added: 'Well, you look like a guy whose laptop would be seized by the authorities.'
Later in the show, the two discussed more serious issues, including the national credit crisis, Iraqi casualties and the U.S. prison at Guantanamo Bay.
Winfrey show dedicated to dog
CHICAGO - Oprah Winfrey plans to dedicate a show investigating abuses at puppy mills to her cocker spaniel, Sophie, who died last month from kidney failure.
'Sophie gave me 13 years of unconditional love. She was a true love in my life,' Winfrey says on the broadcast scheduled to air Friday. The show features special correspondent Lisa Ling investigating puppy mills, which Ling calls 'horrific' and 'haunting.'
Beckham, Leno get acquainted
BURBANK, Calif. - David Beckham got to know one of his neighbors on national television Tuesday.
Since moving to Los Angeles to play for the Galaxy, Beckham has lived in the same neighborhood as Jay Leno, and on 'The Tonight Show' Tuesday the men traded jokes about driving themselves places and life with a constant paparazzi presence.