Rolling Stone has sought to cover presidents – and presidential hopefuls – with the same passion, personality and curiosity it brought to rock & roll
Ten years after the whistleblower enlisted in the army as a closeted trans woman, she's coming out to a much different world – one she helped create
Amy Vilela believes her daughter was denied proper care due to her insurance status, and now wants a system not driven by profits
From "American carnage" to the "Bowling Green Massacre" to the tweets – oh God, the tweets – here's how Trump's first weeks played out
Former president used the University of Chicago event to "encourage and support the next generation of leaders"
The political press won't stop gaslighting anti-Trump Democrats and progressives
Thursday night's air strikes won't by themselves change much in the country – but they did change the rules of the game
Republicans' intense distrust of Obama's national security adviser dates back to Benghazi
Trump proved once again that his loyalties lie with other businessmen like him
It's Donald Trump vs. 21 young people armed with global consensus on climate change
"Just tone it down with the kitesurfing pictures," Oliver says on 'Seth Meyers'
"Barack was able to really relax and get into it," mogul wrote on Virgin website
How white working-class voters in the Midwest helped propel Trump to victory, and what Democrats can do to win them back
Cecily Strong and Sasheer Zamata thank former president for past eight years by performing 1967 Lulu classic
Outgoing president granted 330 commutations Thursday, including to two men profiled by 'Rolling Stone' in December