In a 2008 cover story, Newsweek reported on John McCain's long, hard journey from "rebel without a cause" to leading presidential candidate.
In 1978, Louise Brown became the first human ever born after conception by in vitro fertilization.
As America's First Volunteer, Barbara Bush has had to cut back on what she loves best: the hands-on volunteer work that has given her so much satisfaction over the years.
America's best-known Christian evangelist died has died at 99. Jon Meacham profiled profiled him in 2006.
"The Beatles have lost their innocence, certainly, but loss of innocence is, increasingly, their theme."
In 1966, we seemed to think the Beatles were finished.
Radiohead's fourth album, 'Kid A,' does its best to disassociate itself from a pop music world that's gone terribly wrong.
Dole wrote us an angry letter in 1990. Twenty-five years later, we asked him about it.
In "Explain Your Letter," we track down a person whose letter was published in 'Newsweek' long, long ago.
"We want to be the biggest band in the world," Oasis told Newsweek in 1996.
"Tasteless, graphic and gratuitously sexual songs saturate the airwaves and filter into our homes," Newsweek reported in 1985.
Mark, known for her powerful images that highlighted the day-to-day life of marginalized communities, died May 26, 2015.
The Veteran's History Project at the Library of Congress preserves firsthand accounts that, like these, show the full scope of the wartime experience.