Millennials are different from baby boomers in six important ways that will shape the future.
Some young Americans feel let down by the Constitution's age requirements for those seeking office in the federal government. Now, a thousand of them have signed a petition to allow for a president under age 35.
Young voters are using critical thinking, research and social media engagement to decide whom they want as their next president. The big question is whether they will be motivated to vote for candidates that anger and disappoint them.
AEG Live has reinstated its original plan to allow concertgoers to bring blankets and chairs to the sold-out event in October.
Scared that Sanders would raise your taxes? Many people are, especially after reading what The Nation describes as Vox’s “wildly misleading” calculator of income taxes under the policies of various presidential candidates.
There is a sense in which art, politics and economics are all inextricably and symbiotically tied together, but history has proven to us that art serves as a powerful corrective against the dangers of the establishment.
A new study finds that the ratio of caregivers to the aging boomer generation will drop precipitously over the next several decades, portending a likely shortage of qualified helpers.
With millennials up for grabs and Democratic front-runners getting older, boomer bashing is all the rage in politics.
Most of us early boomers had planned to retire around now. Those born a few years later had planned to retire in a few years. These plans have gone awry.