Only 16 percent of 18- to 29-year-olds voted in the 2016 U.S. election. That can't continue if we're to preserve our democracy.
Just 16 percent of eligible voters ages 18 to 29 bothered to punch their ballots in 2014. They won't make the same mistake again.
Her latest documentary looks at the pathology of greed and fame. “I thought the financial crash was going to teach us," she says. "And yet a lot of people went right back to living the same way as they had before.”
Millennials are different from baby boomers in six important ways that will shape the future.
A new report details the massive wealth gap, adding that "unlucky millennials" are one of the hardest-hit groups.
In the days since Donald Trump won the presidency, demonstrators around the country have banded together to oppose the sexism and racism he condoned on the campaign trail.
Hillary Clinton campaigned in Miami with former Vice President Al Gore, attempting to shore up her credentials both with environmentalists and millennial youths.