"There's a terrible misconception about generational politics — that somehow people vote because somebody is a certain age," late political consultant Pat Caddell said in 1988.
It's much more than a social media fad.
Frank Abagnale of "Catch Me If You Can" fame explains why younger adults are so susceptible to fraud.
Young people are facing a dark financial future, but the Democratic presidential candidate doesn't want to hear it if they aren't going to get politically involved.
NextGen America, which works to turn out young voters, is making the Maine Republican a top target for 2020.
Democrats hoping for younger voters to reduce the country's political and racial divide could be disappointed.
Analysis by the Pew Research Center provides evidence against the long-held notion that younger generations in the U.S. don’t turn out to vote.
Turnout in last year's midterm elections also spiked among Hispanic and Asian voters.
Millennials are responsible for a new marital trend: a spike in prenups — and the downfall of the stigma typically associated with the legal documents.
“Mail? I feel like that’s a dead thing. And I don’t have a lot of people randomly knocking at my front door, so I would be a little weirded out.”
Don't you, forget about me... don't, don't, don't, don't.
Long live canned tuna.
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But at least they’re more likely to say everyone should vote than they were during the 2014 midterm elections.
These conservative, white senior citizens are telling young people why they shouldn’t go out and vote — in an effort to make sure they do.
The campaign aims to inspire millennials to show up for next month's midterm elections.