Andrew Goldman has an extensive interview with Billy Joel in this Sunday's New York Times Magazine, which — after you finish admiring the accompanying photo of Joel and his pug posing in a sidecar — covers the piano man's finances, divorces, and drinking.
Fired CNN anchor kick off first leg of forgiveness tour on Good Morning America
On the climate change "cold shoulder," why quitting Facebook is so hard, and if schools looked like American Idol
Mayor Bloomberg proposes a two-year food stamp soda ban
A recap of his career, from politics to fistfights
On the John Kerviel sentencing, the demonization of teachers unions, and the unknowns behind terror alerts
"What's with these homies dissing my girl?"
The New York Times drops a bomb on the Chicago media giant
On TV's forthcoming golden age, Zuckerberg the non-evil non-genius, and Americans "fracking"
The Daily Show host takes one last look back at "a complex television character"
On how not to fight colds, the "me-time" generation, and the case for wasteful spending
Do artistocrats still dominate the social scene?
Glenn Beck's Hitler obsession, Pakistan's frontier, the future of bank bailouts and more...
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