The scrappy punks, who became superstars 15 years ago with 'Dookie,' are now America's most ambitious rock band
On the road with the nation's most passionate punk-rock protest singers
How the brats grew up, bashed Bush and conquered the world
For a bunch of warped drama kings, these Long Island punk kids sure play a mean kickball
Billie Joe Armstrong calls forthcoming record a 'punk-rock opera'
America's biggest punk-pop bands join forces for the first time on Pop Disaster
In which our boys go from obscurity to worldwide fame and never comb their hair
On their new album, Dallas country rockers trade twang for a giddier pop kick
With 'Insomniac,' Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool rebuff cries of Johnny Rotten-cum-lately
What a long, strange punk-rock trip it has been
Old-style punk rock is back, and Offspring are shoving it to the top of the charts
Old-school punk is back and Green Day is shoving it to the top of the charts
The California punks channel the Sex Pistols and the Ramones on major-label debut, 'Dookie'
They don't sound like the Ramones, and they don't look like the Sex Pistols, but bands like Black Flag, Hüsker Dü, the Minutemen and the Meat Puppets are...
New York band plays rock & roll - not solos