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David Letterman Announces He’s Retiring From Late Night in 2015 – Updated

During a taping of tonight's 'Late Show', host David Letterman announced to a shocked studio audience that he would be retiring in 2015 after his latest contract ends.

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John Meehan
Pettis County Commissioner John Meehan

Pettis County Commissioner John Meehan Discusses His Decision Not to Seek Re-election in 2014

In an interview with Pettis County Presiding Commissioner John Meehan on Thursday morning, Meehan discussed his decision not to run for re-election and his commitment to spend the last year of his four-year term working hard for the people of Pettis County.

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Shia LaBeouf retires
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After Plagiarism Scandal, Shia LaBeouf Announces He’s Retiring

The past few weeks have not been kind to actor Shia LaBeouf. First he was booted from the cast of a Broadway play. Then he was busted plagiarizing his apology to the other actors. Later, it was revealed his short film, 'Howard Cantour' was actually plagiarized from a comic by author Daniel Clowes. LaBeouf apologized and - you guessed it - that was plagiarized too. He hired a skywriter to fly a smug "I am Sorry Daniel Clowes" banner over Los Angeles (Clowes lives in San Francisco) and defiantly posted the cease and desist from Clowes' lawyers online.

Whatever seems to be happening in LaBeouf's personal life that has precipitated this breakdown appears to have finally reached it's head as the actor announced that he's ready to retire.

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Chris Carpenter
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St. Louis Cardinals Pitcher Chris Carpenter Announces Retirement

St. Louis Cardinals pitcher Chris Carpenter today (Nov. 20) announced his retirement as an active player, concluding a 15-year Major League career that included a Cy Young award in 2005, the National League’s ERA title in 2009 - the same year he was named the N.L.’s Comeback Player of the Year, three All-Star selections (2005, 2006 & 2010) and 144 career wins, 95 of which came while pitching for St. Louis.

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Smith-Cotton

Smith-Cotton High School Head Football Mark Johnson Retiring

Head Football Coach Mark Johnson from Sedalia's Smith-Cotton High School announced on Thursday night (Nov. 8) that he will retire from coaching after 33 years.

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Jack Nicholson retires
Warner Bros.

Jack Nicholson Retires From Acting at Age 76

Perhaps all work and no play really does make Jack a dull boy.

3-time Oscar-winning actor Jack Nicholson has quietly retired from acting according to a new report citing sources close to the 76-year-old actor. The actor reportedly suffering from memory loss and has no further plans to appear in any more movies.

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Brady Deaton
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MU Chancellor Brady Deaton Announces Retirement

University of Missouri Chancellor Brady Deaton announced this afternoon (June 12)  that he will step down on Nov. 15, 2013, at a press conference held on campus at Jesse Hall. Deaton, who became chancellor of MU in 2004 Deaton, praised the "record growth in diversity of our student body" on campus during his announcement.

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Retirement
Wavebreak Media

What Are the Best States for Retirement?

You’ve put the kids through college and paid off the mortgage, so now it’s time to kick back and relax.

So, where should you spend your golden years?

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Fauja Singh
Jeff J Mitchell

World’s Oldest Marathon Runner to Retire at 101

If you could walk a mile in Fauja Singh’s shoes, it wouldn’t be nearly as impressive as what he’s done in them.

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Postal Worker
WDIV

Woman Retires After 44 Years Without Taking a Sick Day

Deborah Ford really takes that whole “neither rain nor hail” mantra seriously.

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