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Comedian Tom Shillue takes over as host of "Red Eye" following the departure of the late-night show's original host. Although the host has changed, the show's irreverent take on the day's news remains -- which shouldn't be surprising, given Shillue's frequent appearances as a guest prior to taking over the lead role. Politics, pop culture, sports, entertainment and business are among the topics discussed by the panelists and guests who join Shillue on the comedic, hourlong program. Among the regular segments is a "halftime report" during which an ombudsman points out mistakes and seeks clarification about points made during discussions earlier in the show.

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