Milennials

11.15.17

Young People of Color Are the Future of America's Workforce

The U.S. racial leadership gap is widening right in front of our faces, and the key to expediting change starts with enabling our young people of color.

11.8.17

117 Million People Didn’t Vote in the 2016 Presidential Election

To mark the one-year anniversary of the 2016 election, VICE Impact will feature facts that illustrate a broken electoral system in America, and how the nation can do better.

11.3.17

Millennials Make up as Many Votes as Baby Boomers, but Are the Worst at Voter Turnout

For the week leading up to the one-year anniversary of the 2016 elections, VICE Impact will be featuring facts that illustrate a broken electoral system in America, and how the nation can do better.

7.27.16

How Brexit Is Already Screwing Over Young People

The UK hasn't even left the EU yet, but the fallout from the vote is already robbing millennials of their prospects.

5.25.16

Researchers Say That Smartphones Are Causing ADHD-Like Symptoms in Adults

It's not good enough to just put your phone away in your bag.

5.20.16

Why Young Women on Tinder Have 'No Hook-Ups' in Their Bios

Why go on Tinder when orgasms aren't the goal? We found out.

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5.19.16

​We Can’t Commit to One Person Because There’s Always Someone Better, Says Science

Confirming what we already know: social media is a plague on relationships.

11.4.15

You Might Soon Be Paying Comcast $35 a Month for Unlimited Data

Comcast is rolling out data caps in several more markets.

8.25.15

Cablevision Tempts Cord Cutters With Streaming Showtime

Thanks, cord cutters!

8.11.15

Why Are Full-Grown Adults So Obsessed with Going Back to Summer Camp?

Corporate or not, adult summer camp is a bastion of nostalgia for a simple time when there was no distinction between real life and the one mediated by social feeds, mobile apps, and messaging systems.

12.12.14

A New Report Suggests We Should Be More Worried About Drug-Resistant Bacteria Than Cancer

The UK's ​​Review on Antimicrobial Resistance says antibiotic-resistant bacteria are spreading so fast that untreatable infections might be more likely to kill any given person than cancer in 2050.