Paul McCartney, Bono, Pharrell, More Speak on Climate ChangeHigh-profile celebrities shared why they are "inconvenient" to help save the planet to promote Al Gore's 'An Inconvenient Sequel' sequel.
U2 Joined by Patti Smith for Modified ‘Joshua Tree’ DuetTuesday night, the group stopped through Paris on The Joshua Tree Tour and were joined by legendary singer and poet, Patti Smith, who lent vocals to “Mothers of the Disappeared.”
Miranda Lambert Covers U2’s ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For’"We're all just searching for something -- love, peace, happiness."
U2 and Noel Gallagher Dedicate Oasis Song to ManchesterBono dedicated the performance to the victims of the Manchester and London Bridge attacks and those in the Grenfell Tower blaze.
MetLife Stadium Hosts U2 Concert & State Fair On Same NightSome people sat in gridlock for hours Wednesday night when a popular concert and a state fair where held in the same place at the same time.
U2’s Adam Clayton Addresses Alcoholism at MusiCares Award Ceremony"In our band, no one will be a casualty."
Watch U2 Pay Tribute to Leonard Cohen with 'Suzanne' CoverBono called the late icon "an addiction I'm not ready to give up."
Adam Clayton Says New U2 Album was on Hold Due to Political Climate"Once the election had happened, we didn’t want to put out a record without having some time to evaluate what was going on and what was behind the outcome."
U2 Extend Joshua Tree TourThe band will stay in the U.S through September 22 at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego.
U2 Address Manchester Attack, Add Gospel Touch to 'Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For'"The worst of humanity was on view in Manchester last night. And so was the best," Bono said.
This Week in History: U2's Traffic Jam, Donna Summer's 9/11 Connection, Mariah Carey Battles EminemWith This Week in History, "Brooklyn's Own" Joe Causi takes a look into the one of the many traffic jams caused by U2, the theory behind Donna Summer's death, and Mariah Carey putting one of rap's biggest names in their place.
Watch U2 Perform with Eddie Vedder, Mumford & SonsThe band brought out the Pearl Jam singer and Mumford & Sons to help them perform "Mothers of the Disappeared."