Seventeen years after its first ranking of the 500 best LPs of all time, "Rolling Stone" has revamped its list, with Marvin Gaye dethroning the Beatles as the publication's No. 1.
The singer who played a key role in early rock music's popularity died Saturday at 87 years old.
In an interview with Rolling Stone, documentarian Michael Moore stated that Trump wouldn't have the same level of notoriety if he'd been from a city that wasn't New York.
The Daily News was sold. The Village Voice print paper is dead. It's the end of an era—and another era, and another era, and another era.
The 2014 Rolling Stone article was widely discredited and eventually retracted by the magazine, leading to a major lawsuit.
Seventies and early-'80s classic rock bands ELO, Journey and Yes get the nod after decades-long wait.
John Legend asks Obama to "bring justice to thousands of families" by commuting the prison sentences of nonviolent drug offenders before leaving office.
The jury ruled that Rolling Stone acted "with actual malice" in publishing its now-infamous campus rape article.
Anonymous figure at center of a retracted article on campus sexual assault to be deposed for first time.
Mexico's attorney general told a newspaper there are reasons to believe Kate del Castillo may have used Guzman's money to help fund her tequila business.
President Petro Poroshenko becomes 2016's first unlikely cover star.
This is the second major lawsuit Rolling Stone faces as a result of the article.
He departs about eight months after an article on an alleged campus gang rape was published under his leadership.
The cuts include David Fricke, a longtime Rolling Stone music critic.
Eramo is seeking over $7 million in damages.
Mayor Bill de Blasio said New Yorkers don't appreciate his "very special" accomplishments since he took office in January 2014, and criticized the actions of his predecessors and even President Barack Obama, according to a Rolling Stone interview.
Researchers tracked the evolution of U.S. pop music over the past 60 years using data analysis.
The 'Into the Wild' author offers an important, graphic look at how campuses mishandle rape, but never gets to why.