Television host Mike Rowe joined the "Fox & Friends" co-hosts on Wednesday to discuss a mandatory anti-stress program at Florida State University and the "snowflake" phenomenon on college campuses.
Cabot Phillips spoke with some millennials who agreed with New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's controversial statement that America "was never that great."
A minor league baseball team in Alabama hosted its "Millennial Night" on Saturday, and it sparked outrage of some fans who are part of the millennial generation.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) held an event on Sunday to get millennials energized about her re-election campaign, but it was sparsely attended.
The Daily Caller asked people on the streets of Washington, D.C., if they would rather date a Trump supporter or a member of the brutal gang MS-13.
The Daily Caller asked people on the streets of Washington, D.C., if they would rather date a Trump supporter or a convicted felon.
Turning Point USA founder Charlie Kirk on Saturday said that young voters' support for Democrats will hurt the millennial generation.
A self-proclaimed pro-Trump, pro-gun and pro-life millennial mother is running against a former NFL player for the GOP nomination for Congress in Ohio.
President Trump on Thursday said he believes that he has "tremendous support" from many college students and that reports of anti-Trump sentiment on college campuses are "highly overblown."
Former Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) reacted to his former political rival Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) being shouted down by DACA supports she previously supported herself.
Television host Mike Rowe reacted to a new survey that showed about half of Americans in their 30s are earning more than their parents did at a similar age, while in the 1970s that number was 92 percent.
University of Texas-Austin ethics professor Daniel Bonevac, who has taught a course called 'Contemporary Moral Problems' for about 30 years told Tucker Carlson that it has become very difficult to teach the course because a small number of students actively try to stifle unpleasant debates.