Money, weed and bitcoin are luring millennial investors—historically distrustful of the stock market—to Wall Street.
The majority of millennial voters, nearly two-thirds, disapprove of President Donald Trump and think the country is headed in the wrong direction, a new poll found.
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.
Don't be another Wonder Woman or Pennywise this Halloween.
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.
The pollster YouGov also warned that Britain as a whole is "woefully underprepared" for the threat of a zombie attack.
The new method involves creating several trees from one plant and therefore could be a "game-changer," according to one scientist.
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.
A Harvard poll out Tuesday found that only about a third of 18- to 29-year-olds said they approved of Donald Trump's job performance so far.
Academics are wrong to worry that giving students more input will lead to "dumbing down."
Social media platforms helped young people sign up to vote but turnout worries linger.