Articles by Bell, Debra
Lots of past winners are up for awards again this year.
A leading sociologist at Harvard assured readers that they need not worry about the British invasion.
The former New York City mayor was a colorful personality and frequent subject in the U.S. News archives.
In 1956, U.S. News examined the Montgomery bus boycott, with remarks from Martin Luther King, Jr.
As another Super Bowl nears, we take a look back at a crossroads in the history of the NFL.
What did our visionary predecessors get right and wrong when looking 23 years into the future?
The death of a teacher, shown on live television, left children scared and confused.
U.S. News was more concerned with the cease-fire in Vietnam than the Supreme Court decision.
In 1964, King spoke with U.S. News about the Civil Rights movement.
When U.S. News covered the 'Canada Caper' in 1980, it foresaw a future Oscar frontrunner.