Between now and November, Democrats must remain focused, work hard, and demonstrate to millions of young people why they deserve our vote.
The president enjoys just 26 percent approval among Hispanics as his popularity has declined in recent weeks.
"Washington is a place where decision-makers will make decisions, but it takes a staff to execute and implement them," committee member Jamie Raskin said.
There's a truth rarely spoken on college campuses in America: that the pursuit of material wealth comes with costs and problems.
Demographically, the residents of D.C. skew younger than the rest of the country. Younger people have been found to be more likely to transmit COVID-19.
A new poll found that Gen Z and millennials are more optimistic about the world than Gen X, showing a stronger belief that their generation can cause change.
An ongoing commitment to being an ally can lead to rewarding experiences for all.
Democrats must show young voters how they will improve our future instead of lazily running against Donald Trump.
Vaccine hesitancy among teens could be a microcosm of vaccine hesitancy in America: unvaccinated people have a low perceived severity of COVID-19.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are losing support among a core U.K. demongraphic where their support has usually been strongest, new polling suggests.
Flavored products, like e-cigarettes, have long been a favorite tobacco industry strategy for targeting kids, Black Americans and others.
They boy, Harvey Sutton, completed the 2,190-mile hike from Georgia to Maine in 209 days along with his parents.
"I've got a 20-year-old right now that's on life support and he's a crazy, healthy kid," Dr. Eric Bravo said. "I don't know why he got it. He didn't get vaccinated. But I would never in my wildest dreams think a 20-year-old would be on a ventilator with COVID."
The Duchess of Sussex is more respected than the Duchess of Cambridge, but less than Queen Elizabeth II, among young Brits, according to a rare poll that includes some under 18s.
As youth engage with the online world, they need an understanding of advances like artificial intelligence (AI) and big data and how they shape our digital experiences.
Our society has ignored the small ways we can all age well for far too long, but together, we can do better.
"These voters will remain inactive until they return the mailing, update their registration or participate in any election," the Iowa secretary of state's office said.
This week, hospitalizations in Michigan almost exceeded the state's previous record high from April 2020. Healthcare workers are anticipating the latest surge, which includes more young people than ever before, to be Michigan's worst.
Today's young adults are change makers. They're ready to expend energy, time and resources to do what they believe in.
State public health data released on March 1 revealed that half of Florida's COVID-19 cases were found in people under the age of 39—but that median age has now fallen to 35.
A Financial Times global survey reveals young people are frustrated over unemployment, student loan debts, and pandemic restrictions—and seemingly uncaring older generations.
A historically high percentage of young voters say they are certain to cast votes in the 2020 presidential election, according to a new poll.
"I think young people right now have a very activist, disciplined mindset and they are not here with the intent of voting for their favorite person," Ocasio-Cortez said Sunday on CNN.
Atlas slammed COVID policies of young people, tweeting a link to an article about its impacts on children. But none of Atlas' criticisms were discussed by the experts in the story.
A poll released Friday suggests that voters who are women and those aged 18 to 34 are slightly less likely to vote in the upcoming election than they were last week.
Counties and election boards across the U.S. are pleading with younger residents to volunteer or sign up to be paid poll workers as overwhelmed polling locations try to persuade local residents they will be safe from coronavirus infection.
Increasing numbers of young people are being diagnosed with COVID-19 as unsubstantiated claims that "COVID parties" are being organized to intentionally infect attendees.
Increasing numbers of young people being diagnosed with COVID-19 in the U.S. could be tied to a decrease in new deaths as the pandemic continues.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott said that new cases of COVID-19 among people in their 20s were increasing at a "record pace" on Monday.