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People often imagine medical debt as something that comes from late-life catastrophic illness. But a recent study shows millennials carry a greater amount of this kind of debt than older Americans, and incur it more frequently. In this latest study…

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The American Dream is alive and well. Nearly 60% of respondents surveyed in Bank of the West’s 2018 Millennial Study believe they have attained the American Dream or believe that it’s still attainable today. This feeling is widespread across all…

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Parents today are often hit with a financial triple whammy. They need to balance helping their children pay for college, saving for their own retirement and often taking care of aging parents. Meanwhile, the cost of higher education has skyrocketed…

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Democrats are winning over younger voters by huge numbers, but as a highly contentious, voter turnout-dependent midterm election inches closer, there’s a serious question of whether these young Democrats will come to the polls. A recently released poll from the…

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Millennials are a cohort coveted by brands. The world’s largest generation, they have spending power and are early adopters of new technology. They’re also some of the loudest voices in the chorus calling for tech companies to take a more…

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Numbering just over 75 million, today’s 21- to 37-year-olds—millennials—are the largest generation in US history. They are more tech savvy, more racially and ethnically diverse, and more educated, and they marry and have children later in life than previous generations….

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Millennials, the conventional wisdom goes, are the back-to-the city generation. But recently, some observers have argued that Millennials are suburbanizing like their parents did—either by choice or out of necessity. However, according to a new study, Millennials are happiest in…

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If you were asked to predict the hot topic in Congress five years from now what would you say? Healthcare? Tax policy? Immigration? Try the student loan crisis — and not just because the current debt total of $1.45 trillion…

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The Senate Appropriations Committee approved $5 million Thursday to compensate the chamber’s interns. Maryland Sen. Chris Van Hollen teamed up with fellow Democrats Christopher S. Murphy of Connecticut, Brian Schatz of Hawaii and Richard J. Durbin of Illinois, and Republican…

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If you have an adult child living at home, you could become an empty nester sooner than you thought. The number of 18- to 34-year-olds living with parents last year edged down from 2016, according to new data from CoStar…

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Millennial candidates could change the age makeup of Congress, currently one of the oldest ever. With an average age of 58 in the House and 62 in the Senate, this Congress is the oldest of any in recent history, according…

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Youth activists are driving social change today in ways not seen since the 1960s. From organizing nationwide protests and boycotts, to testifying before Congress and making the rounds on cable news, young people are making their voice heard via any…

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