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Even after nearly 60 years, Larry King doesn't say no to interviews. Why? His 'insatiable' curiosity

Even after nearly 60 years, Larry King doesn't say no to interviews. Why? His 'insatiable' curiosity

"Welcome aboard," said Larry King, the great American interrogator. I had come to watch him at work, which was also to watch him at play.

He was taller than I'd expected from TV, where he tends to slouch in his chair or hunch over his desk while he conducts his interviews, of which there have been several tens of thousands over what, next May, will be 60 years in the talking business. 

At 82, King, whose "Larry King Live" was a top-rated weeknightly staple of CNN for a quarter century, is now a man of the Internet. Having unsuccessfully retired from broadcasting in 2010, he was back just two years later with the thrice-weekly...

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