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The Pulse: Jay Leno's Final "Tonight Show"

In Thursday's edition of "The Pulse," Jay Leno signing off as the host of "The Tonight Show" after 22 years at the desk.
In Thursday's edition of "The Pulse," Jay Leno signing off as the host of "The Tonight Show" after 22 years at the desk.

DMX vs. George Zimmerman in the boxing ring? It could happen. A spokesman for DMX says while the rapper has promised to beat Zimmerman in a bout, no contract has been signed. Zimmerman, who was acquitted last year of murder in the death of Trayvon Martin, says the celebrity boxing match was his idea. If it happens, it'll be on pay per view.

It's a ruling that has stunned people all over the country. A Texas teen who killed four people in a drunken driving crash last year will face no jail time. Instead, a judge ordered 16-year-old Ethan Couch to attend rehab. He was sentenced to probation last year after a defense expert said he suffered from "affluenza." Couch was convicted in December in the crash. Victims' families call the punishment a travesty.

Retired Major League Baseball star Curt Schilling has been diagnosed with cancer. The 47-year-old announced the diagnosis Wednesday, saying in a statement that he appreciated prayers. Schilling works as a baseball analyst for ESPN. He pitched in the big leagues from 1988 until 2007, posting 216 wins and making seven all-star teams.

Jay Leno is signing off as host of the 'Tonight Show' after 22 years on the program. He's ending it the way he started -- with his first-ever guest: Billy Crystal. Leno has been called the king of late night-- consistently winning ratings. Comedian Jimmy Fallon is set to take over the reins on February 17th.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford trending again. This time, for declaring today "Bob Marley Day" in Toronto. You might remember Ford made headlines after admitting to smoking crack and drinking too much in the past and ignoring calls to resign.

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