Generation M

When it comes to religion, young adults feel a lot differently about the subject than previous generations.

People in their 20s are less likely to be affiliated with organized religion. They’re also more likely to say they don’t believe in God. So what’s it like to be a young person navigating life without faith?

Chris Lehman

Twentysomethings get a bad rap these days. You know the stereotypes: heads buried in their smartphone, sleeping in their parents' basement, too apathetic to care about anything — especially getting involved in politics.

Austin Jenkins

The Washington Legislature is trending a bit younger these day. Nine of the 147 members are under 34 years old.

The four youngest members of the Washington Legislature are two Democrats and two Republicans. This quartet of millennial lawmakers is made up of:

Jessica Robinson

If you want to know what the United States is going to be like in 30 years, you had better look to the generation that's under 34 right now.