The comedian is getting the “OK, Boomer” treatment on Twitter for a quip about participation trophies.
Social media platforms are sucking a generation into a misinformation rabbit hole.
"OK, Boomer" won't win a Tony for the "Hamilton" star, but it's damn impressive.
The comedian acknowledged her thoughts about the coronavirus are a little out there.
Governor Andy Beshear (D-KY) slammed a “coronavirus party” that resulted in at least one person getting the deadly virus.
Young voters are being swamped by a surge of older, suburban voters.
In an earlier incident, a professor compared the phrase "OK, boomer" to using the racial slur.
Chief Justice John Roberts casually cited the retort during argument in an age discrimination case.
But the oldest candidate in the field still thinks his populist pitch can appeal to every generation.
These are the defining characteristics of today's youngest generation, according to demographers and other experts.