President Barack Obama is targeting his midterm election economic message to young people born after 1980, a cohort that has shown itself to be reluctant to vote in nonpresidential contests.
Census data shows that troves of millenials are coming to the DC area to find jobs, despite the high cost of living.
What guilty pleasures are young people spending their money on? Alcohol, caffeine and junk food, according to a new report.
Don’t blame the millennial generation for lackluster home sales.
Do you prefer reading the newspaper or playing video games in your spare time? Are you more likely to send a text message if you want to talk to someone, or do you prefer to call?
A new poll finds a sharp increase in the number of Americans who consider the Bible merely the teachings of men rather than the word of God, with nearly one-in-five Americans (19 percent) saying they are skeptical of the Bible.
American women born in the early 1980s – a generation dubbed Millennials – are 33 percent more likely to earn a college degree by the age of 27 than their male peers.
Young American adults, Millennials, are forging their own optimistic way into adulthood through a detachment to politics and religion, distrust of others, and low levels of financial literacy.
Nearly one-third of Millennials who have left their childhood religion cited anti-gay teachings as a major factor, with 70 percent of young Americans agreeing that religious groups are alienating their generation.
President Barack Obama is not winning over the Millennials.