U2's frontman on the state of his band, the state of the world and what he learned from almost dying
Commander in chief reflects on the election results and how he'll spend his time post-White House
"Idealism and honesty are crucial qualities for me, but I also want someone with experience who knows how to fight hard"
The war on pot is a colossal waste of money and human potential
The president, in the Oval Office, discusses his job, the opposition and the coming campaign
Jann S. Wenner, writing in September 2001, considered what lay in store for America
'We really don't know much about the great Judgment Day that's coming, because we've got nobody to come back and tell us about it,' Dylan says in Rolling Stone's 2007 interview
Editor's Note by Jann S. Wenner
In an Oval Office interview, the president discusses the Tea Party, the war, the economy and what's at stake this November
'To me, rock & roll has always been about soul and community. These shows had to tell a story, from the heart.'
Two leading political experts on the historic election — and how it could usher in "a brand-new nation"
The candidate talks about the youth vote, what's on his iPod and his top three priorities as president
The extraordinary magic of the presidential candidate
Before he invented an entirely new literary genre, the writer spent years struggling to pay the bills and find his voice
To celebrate forty years of Rolling Stone, we present interviews with the artists and leaders who helped shape our time