The pandemic has highlighted generational fissures in America, but it also offers a critical opportunity to address them.
For the first time in the 21st Century, the Baby Boomers are no longer the largest generation in America.
A new nickname for COVID-19, the coronavirus disease, has become a battleground for generational warfare on Twitter.
You kids may think your challenges are far greater than those other generations have faced. No, They're not. And here's why.
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders holds a dominant lead over every other Democratic presidential candidate among younger Generation Z and Millennial voters, but his support among older Baby Boomer Democrats barely registers.
The media company's effort to turn the popular phrase into a game show raises questions as to who owns what that the internet is saying.
An Austrian Twitter user has been banned off of the platform for 12 hours for tweeting the phrase "die boomer"—which is not a threat in the German language.
Hundreds of private hospices discharged most dying patients in 2017, while 80 failed to send registered nurses, physicians or nurse practitioners to check on them.
Claiming a quote that seemed to insult millennials was taken out of context, the AARP has issued a clarification of executive Myrna Blyth's statement.
What if we used this latest wave of intergenerational anger and resentment to spark real change?
AARP reportedly pulled in $142 million in 2017 from print advertisements in both magazines, as well as $32 million in digital advertising, according to Axios.
A panel of experts on Fox Business suggested that millennials focus on their incoming wealth and what to do with it over caring about the planet they live on.
Joe Biden compared the election of President Donald Trump to the "reawakening" that occurred among Baby Boomers after the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy.
Baby Boomers, millennials and Generation X voters all turned out in record numbers for the November 2018 midterm elections, with millennials aged 22 to 37 doubling their turnout from 2014.
Former Fox News host Bill O'Reilly relayed a bizarre tale of his Baby Boomer experience alongside "narcissistic" millennials and their smartphones during Monday night's sold-out Fleetwood Mac concert at Madison Square Garden.
David Hogg defended his comments that "old" Democrat leaders like Nancy Pelosi should be replaced with "young" leaders similar to how the GOP promoted Marco Rubio and Paul Ryan.
Millennials and Generation Z should receive a one-time "citizen's inheritance" to boost young people's economic prospects, a new report says.
The strain to which you lost your flu virginity will always hold a special status.
Demographic changes could pose particular problems for the Republican Party.
During times of economic growth and stability, narcissism tends to grow.
Typical millennials earned £8,000 less during their 20s than those in the previous generation—generation X.