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DID YOU CATCH Mick Jagger on Saturday Night Live’s season finale last spring? It was a bravura performance. Among other roles, he played a sad sack insurance rep at a karaoke bar, a campy queen on a Hollywood quiz show, and a slick-talking J.P. Morgan executive. He was impishly charming in his opening monologue, and when he performed several Stones classics he was as sprightly as ever.

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The Billboard Top 100 is shaking up its chart to include online streaming. What does this mean for music?

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As a student of literature, Roth ought to know better. If he really wants his papers destroyed, he needs to do it himself.

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This is a movie of negotiations in smoke-filled rooms; it could have been called "The Thirteenth Amendment."

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After the GOP was trounced by Latino voters on Election Day—a nightmare scenario that sophisticated observers had seen coming for a long time—I called former Minnesota Senator Norm Coleman, the Chairman of the Board of the center-right American Action Network and its related organization, the Hispanic Leadership Network.

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Should the Times Magazine have confirmed that the husband of General Petraeus' lover did NOT write an anonymous letter?

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Canada, long considered the U.S.'s boring, denim-wearing neighbor, has become America's leading purveyor of cool.

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The Wachowskis should go back to making mean-spirited movies.

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George Lucas's biggest fear was losing control of Star Wars. So why did he give it up?

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In the age of Instagram, how is The Weather Channel changing its game?

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