This year marks the 70th anniversary of U.S.News & World Report. The following is a selection of images from the 1990s and the present that represent national and world events as reported by U.S. News and offer a snapshot view of the magazine's history.
Our timeline documents key events in the history of U.S.News & World Report, from the first issue of the United States News in 1933 to the launch of usnews.com in 1996, and more.
The display of a solemn official photo of the incumbent president has long been a decorating staple at federal offices across the nation. But visitors to the Executive Office Building adjacent to the presidential residence report that there has been a change in the decor of the White House Federal Credit Union. Alongside the full-color portrait of Bill Clinton there hangs a second photo of equal size. Vice President Al Gore? No. Treasury Secretary Lloyd Bentsen? Oh, no! Budget Chief Leon Panetta? Absolutely not! The correct answer: first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton.
This gallery from our photo archive offers an inside look at the Clinton presidency.
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The following photographs were taken by U.S.News & World Report photographers throughout the 1990s.
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The last decade of the 20th century was a decade of extraordinary discovery and extraordinary calamity. We saw the end of the Cold War, the beginning of the Information Age, and economic prosperity. However, with these great strides also came events such as the Gulf War, the Oklahoma City bombing, Columbine, and White House scandals. U.S.News & World Report followed these and other important events, as seen through this following selection of covers from the decade.
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