The Pew Research Center's follow-up study on religion in the U.S. found that Americans are becoming less religious, specifically young adults who are less likely to believe in God, pray daily or regularly attend religious services.
By Connie Cass, Associated Press
Don't believe everything you see tweeted, shared or posted about the millennial generation being uninformed. A sizable group of these young adults — 4 of every 10 — actively seeks out the news, an analysis of their media habits finds.
The Hutchins Center for African & African American Research hosts a panel discussion titled Black Millennials: They Rock, but Can They Rule? Watch a live stream of the event at 5 p.m. EDT Thursday.
By Kristen Doerer
With lower incomes and higher debts, more millennials are saving money by moving back home to Mom and Dad’s.
By Colleen Shalby
I went to a dance party at 7 a.m. Why go to a dance party at 7 a.m.? Because it's fun and energizing and you don't feel hungover at work.
By Corinne Segal
Millennials widely support comprehensive sexual education, but almost four in 10 said the sex ed they received was not helpful, according to a new survey by the Public Religion Research Institute.
In November 2008, a political lifetime ago, the pollster John Zogby published an Op-Ed calling Millennials the “First Global Citizens.” Zogby joined other politicos and pundits eager to see in this new generation of Americans signs of movement…
By Laura Santhanam
What explains the conflicting data about how young people feel about race in America?…
Are today’s young adults more tolerant than their parents and grandparents? In a 2010 report, the Pew Research Center found that Americans ages 18-29 are more racially and ethnically diverse, and more tolerant than previous generations. In spite of this,…
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