The inventors, entrepreneurs and disrupters who are changing (and maybe saving) the world one brilliant idea at a time
From Cardi B to future A-list actors to the thinkers and creators who could save the world, here's who and what made Rolling Stone's annual list
What it was like to be in the audience during Friday's production of 'Julius Caesar'
Franken discusses the "depressing" Trump era, doing acid as a Deadhead and rediscovering his sense of humor in Congress
In the U.S. just 16 months and he already understands the meaning of our country better than the sitting president of the United States
How white working-class voters in the Midwest helped propel Trump to victory, and what Democrats can do to win them back
Singer-songwriter opened up about writing process, literary influences, Chelsea Hotel years in candid 2001 interview
Inside the futuristic projects, hyperactive life and controversial success of the world's hottest architect
Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda and cast take us behind the scenes of the Revolutionary hip-hop musical and bona fide phenomenon
"This election is no more bizarre than the one in 1800," says Pulitzer Prize winner. "Jefferson accused Adams of being a hermaphrodite"
Hillary and Bernie have waged campaigns full of vision, ideas and promise — and have shown us the best in American politics
How the director of "The Revenant" pushed his stars and crew to the edge of sanity – and created a modern epic
The pope is taking on climate change and poverty — but his toughest battle may be with the alliance of right-wing clerics and politicians.
Bernie Sanders is the hottest presidential candidate right now, and the unlikeliest — a grouchy socialist from Vermont who has built his message around biting the hand that feeds the political system
Bill de Blasio is trying to remake America's biggest city — and he doesn't plan to stop there