Millennial women and their younger counterparts swarmed DC for the Women's March in Washington, and shared just a few reasons why they oppose Donald Trump.
People around the world voted in our global straw poll for US president. It wasn't a scientific poll, but Facebook registration made it hard to game. And the result was lopsided — for Clinton.
Voting in the 2016 election is a big dilemma for many young voters. Here’s the advice millennials in our UnConvention Facebook group gave when one member shared her confused feelings.
Donald Trump's stance on gay rights is a bit ambiguous, but that doesn't bother the millennials who consider issues such as national security to be more important right now.
With more millennials eligible to vote than ever before, many are concerned the Republican Party will no longer be able to sustain its ranks.
A Brazilian millennial fears the US presidential campaign is a sign of his own country’s political future.
The wildcard group in the 2016 election could be young voters. Millennials now have voting power that matches boomers and many were energized by the Bernie Sanders campaign. In the waning days of the campaign, many are deciding whether to vote or not.
To some, political correctness provides the safe space needed for people with little power in society to speak about their experiences. To others, like supporters of Donald Trump, it is a weapon that keeps them from expressing their true feelings.
Actor Aasif Mandvi and fellow comedians and commentators met at the 92nd Street Y in New York City to discuss American identity, kicking off a week of UnConvention events on issues important to millennials.
Voting is open in a worldwide straw poll for US president. And in this poll, you can actually explain the reasons for your choice.
October polls show Clinton leading Trump among women voters by an average of 15 percent. Yet Trump does have young female supporters among the millennial generation. Here's why.