San Francisco billionaire Tom Steyer doesn't just want Donald Trump out: He wants national change, and he's recruiting a millennial army to fight for it.
Millennials are the pioneers of the digital age — a title that apparently involves most of them sleeping, pooping and eating with a cellphone within arm's reach.
The Rising American Electorate, which includes millennials, minorities and women, could have a major impact on elections in 2018 and beyond.
Demographic changes could pose particular problems for the Republican Party.
“I’m pissed and you're pissed, and that’s kind of cool, because we can be pissed together.”
In the shadow of Donald Trump, thousands of young people are gunning to resurrect the party—one district at a time.
Social media platforms helped young people sign up to vote but turnout worries linger.
Younger millennials hold an egalitarian, real-time view, where intelligence, abilities and performance at any given point hold more weight than any relevant past experience.
Millennials and Americans overall suffer from poor credit, lackluster savings and meager wage growth, leaving home ownership a distant dream.
Typical millennials earned £8,000 less during their 20s than those in the previous generation—generation X.
If your best comeback to a baby boomer is “Get Off My Lawn,” your argument is probably lacking.
Newly published research shows 14-to-21-year-olds are saving hard.