This Week in PEOPLE History
2014: HILLARY TALKED WHITE HOUSE … KINDA
Well look at that! Now on the campaign trail, at this time last year Clinton was a bit more hesitant to plan a bid for the White House: "I know I have a decision to make," she told PEOPLE, promising that she would "think more about what role I can or, in my mind, should play" in the following months.
Also in This Issue: Nashville's Chip Esten opened up about his daughter's battle with leukemia and Robert De Niro shared personal family photos
2013: BLAKE SHELTON SHUT DOWN MARRIAGE RUMORS
No #Bluke or #Bladam chatter here: In this interview, Shelton made it clear the most important person in his life is wife Miranda Lambert. "[I tell Miranda], 'I have nothing to hide from you,' " he told PEOPLE. "That's always been our policy: 'Here's my phone. Go through it.' That's really the kind of trust we have."
Also in This Issue: Breaking Bad star Aaron Paul married fiancée Lauren Parsekian, New Jersey governor Chris Christie talked post-Superstorm Sandy plans and Emma Stone spoke candidly about her mother's bout with cancer
2010: JAKE & VIENNA'S POST-BACHELOR BREAKUP
Bachelor fans still reeling from Chris Soules and Whitney Bischoff's recent split were probably feeling very similar emotions five years ago when Pavelka revealed that he had ended his engagement to Girardi. "Just because you're in love with somebody doesn't mean the relationship is going to work," he told PEOPLE.
Also in This Issue: Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart married, Crown Princess Victoria of Sweden tied the knot and Princes William and Harry went to Africa
2008: SHANIA TWAIN'S PAINFUL SPLIT
The country legend announced that she and her husband, Robert "Mutt" Lange, were separating after 14 years of marriage. Though the breakup was difficult, there was a happy ending: Three years later, Twain married Frédéric Thiébaud and revealed that she was "feeling refreshed and optimistic about the future."
Also in This Issue: Patrick Swayze and wife Lisa talked about his fight against pancreatic cancer and Donna Summer dished on her new album and overcoming depression
2006: BRAD & ANGELINA WELCOME A BABY GIRL
Can you believe Shiloh Jolie-Pitt is already 9? Neither can we, but we have the PEOPLE cover to prove it! The couple welcomed their new bundle of joy on May 27, 2006, in Swakopmund, Namibia, and a friend told PEOPLE the actress "said the baby is beautiful."
Also in This Issue: Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale got married, Hilary Swank and Chad Lowe split and Taylor Hicks reflected on his American Idol win
2005: TOM & KATIE'S WHIRLWIND ROMANCE
It was the couch jump seen 'round the world, when Cruise was so in love with new girlfriend Holmes that he physically couldn't contain it during an appearance on Oprah. Holmes' mother Kathy told PEOPLE that the moment was "surreal. It was nice. She looks happy. We're happy for them."
Also in This Issue: Bo Bice and Carrie Underwood on their American Idol finale and Mary-Kay Letourneau wed former student Vili Fualaau
1999: SUSAN LUCCI FINALLY WINS A DAYTIME EMMY
After 29 years of playing Erica Kane on All My Children – not to mention 18 (!) nominations – Susan Lucci finally took home the gold at the 1999 Daytime Emmy Awards. PEOPLE caught up with the soap legend the next day, where she recounted the shock she felt at finally hearing her name called: "I heard a lot of cheering, and my husband swept me up in his arms and I asked him, 'Did they really say my name? Is it okay to go up onstage?'"
Also in This Issue: Diana Ross split from her Norwegian shipping tycoon husband and Tara Lipinski traded her skates for a role on The Young and the Restless