Famous musicians voice their support for Al Gore's new documentary 'An Inconvenient Sequel'
A definitive guide to 35 years of music that changed the world
"Kids started coming from all around the place," frontman tells Jann Wenner in 2005 interview about band's teenaged origins in Dublin
Quincy Jones, Chance the Rapper, Andre 3000, Chuck D, more honor first rapper to be inducted
"We didn't know if we could pull off a tour that honors 'The Joshua Tree' without it being nostalgic," the frontman says. "That's an oxymoron"
Band takes on "Mothers of the Disappeared" on Joshua Tree 2017 tour
Singer and longtime Ginsberg admirer deftly tackles beat poet's tongue-twisting, Gulf War era anti-war poem
U2 kept fiddling with their ninth LP long after it hit shelves in early 1997, so here's a new take from live recordings, remixes and re-recordings
How a Georgian mansion, a roadie's death, an "Infinite Guitar" and more played into the band's career-defining 1987 album
“Twice on the House floor you defended [PEPFAR]. That's how we know you, and we really appreciate that," U2 singer tells vice president
"I don't see a body of water wide enough, or a wall high enough, to keep these problems from our doors," singer says at Munich Security Conference
Band will spend summer playing 1987 LP at stadiums across North America and Europe
Guitarist also reveals status of band's upcoming 'Songs of Experience' LP and discusses rare songs fans might get to hear live
Two fans will win tickets to band rehearsal by donating to AIDS-fighting organization (RED)'s second-annual (Shopathon) campaign
Two singers team with Herbie Hancock, update Cole Porter to raise money to fight AIDS