The millennials have boosted rosé consumption: in the United States alone, 65% of them declare themselves "rosé drinkers". How can this overall success be explained?
The US divorce rate has fallen steadily over the last 30 or 40 years. It's likely because young adults are taking more time to decide to marry.
As millennials flock to certain parts of the US, home prices in those areas are surging.
This is a transcript of part 6 of India Tomorrow, focusing on India's huge population of young people.
A valedictorian at Brigham Young University came out in his address as a 'gay son of God.' And his admission met with loud applause. An expert explains how big a change this is for the Mormon Church.
Many young Catholics are moving away from their faith and joining the growing number of the religiously unaffiliated. The missionary group FOCUS is evangelizing on campuses, though there are concerns.
Pet owners spend a lot more on dogs than cats, and new research suggests it has a lot to do with how differently canines and felines behave.
Millennials are more financially conservative than their high debt balances might suggest.
Sen. Warren is proposing universal child care as a way to rein in the soaring costs of raising a family. A sociologist explains what’s driving the trend.
New research shows that perfectionism has increased dramatically over the last 25 years, and that perfectionists become more neurotic and less conscientious as time passes.
Two new documentaries about the disastrous 2017 Fyre fail to fully acknowledge the exploitation of the people of the Exumas.
Building resilience is not the way to tackle burnout.
Baby boomers didn't all benefit from free education, and not all millennials are struggling to buy a home.
Forget Brexit or online competition. Millennials are just not consuming with the same fervour as their mums and dads.
"Millennial snowflakes" are derided as weak and sensitive but this nastiness is patently false and actively harms progress on tackling mental health.
For all the attractions of little dwellings, there are some drawbacks that need to be factored in.
It's time to ditch this divisive label, and recognise the real cause of housing inequality.
Singles can face mistaken stereotypes and value judgments that they are less happy, or lonelier. For many, being single is simply a relationship preference or even an orientation.
The holiday used to be all about trick-or-treating in the neighborhood. No more – and it could something to do with the fact that traditional markers of adulthood have changed.
A disc-golf boom is coinciding with a ball-golf bust.