Today's young adults are change makers. They're ready to expend energy, time and resources to do what they believe in.
American Psychological Association CEO Arthur Evans told "Newsweek" the new reality of the pandemic means that uncertainty is amplified for this age group.
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.
In an interview with Newsweek, the country's first openly gay presidential candidate gave his thoughts on Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Donald Trump and more.
South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg hailed a "generational change" he hopes will lift him to the White House.
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.
Beatty, a Democrat, took to Twitter to encourage midterm election voter turnout from millennials by dancing to one of the demographic's most beloved artists: Drake.
The millennials who took part in the survey planned to start saving at the age of 36, on average.
New research on millennials confirmed a continuing trend: that today's youth are waiting longer to have sex, potentially out of a "fear of intimacy."
Are Democrats losing one of their most loyal voter bases to the Republican Party?
Many young social media stars are getting political, advocating progressive causes.
Social media platforms helped young people sign up to vote but turnout worries linger.
The King James version of the Bible was translated to bring the word of God to under 40s.
18-year-old Blair, a Republican, will become the youngest member of West Virginia's House of Delegates, and the youngest state lawmaker in the country.