Former president Bill Clinton has come out in favor of allowing individual states to decide whether or not to legalize marijuana, noting that there's increasing evidence that shows that medical marijuana can be beneficial for patients who are ill.
Rolling Stone magazine is facing a backlash for a picture of Boston bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev it features on its August 2013 edition's front cover. Some readers say they'll never buy the magazine again for depicting a terrorist in a favorable light.
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United States President Barack Obama sat down with Rolling Stone magazine and the legendary author and philosopher Ayn Rand was brought up in the interview. The president confirmed he read her work, but dismissed it as for "misunderstood teens."
Rolling Stone, Spin, Digital Dream Door and a number of other music publications put out different versions of the "Greatest Guitarists of All Time" lists. Some people agree with their rankings, some don't, but all love the music.
Spotify, an online streaming music service who joined forces with Facebook recently, has now taken a hint from its social contemporary and yesterday launched an experimental version of its new service called Spotify Apps.
A chilling account of the US Army’s notorious kill team in Afghanistan reveals its members strategically planned their civilian executions, with innumerable conversations over the possibility of being caught as they bagged “savages.”
A new report shows a team of US soldiers with special “psychological operations” skills received orders from a three-star general’s command to target and manipulate visiting US senators into approving more troops and funds for the Afghan occupation.
Jeff Goodell is a contributing editor at Rolling Stone and author of Big Coal: The Dirty Secret Behind America’s Energy Future. He isn’t very impressed with the way professional journalists cover the environment, and he's doing something about it.
Think you know Jack cuz you saw Batman yesterday on TBS, and you memorized lines from As Good As It Gets? Well, not to toot Rolling Stone's horn too loudly, but the monthly music mag features a fascinating profile of Nicholson