Americans have not yet come to terms with this cultural shift.
Are influencers the new hippies?
From Diogenes the Cynic to Audre Lorde to a former factory worker in China, the “lying flat” movement is gathering steam.
There is growing anti-China sentiment in South Korea, particularly among young voters. Conservative politicians are eager to turn the antipathy into a presidential election issue.
Marissa Meizz became a TikTok meme after her friends excluded her from a birthday party. She decided to do something about it.
A generation gap has emerged between them and colleagues who value the workplace over the advantages of remote work. Bridging it may require flexibility.
They are the cars that seemed to be in everyone’s driveways a few decades ago. Now they are hard to find.
South Korean music, movies and dramas are winning the hearts of young North Koreans. Their influence is seen as a threat to Mr. Kim’s grip on society.
Elise Stefanik’s rise — and the fall of several young House colleagues — is an omen for a party struggling to reach a 21st-century electorate.
For years, people most wanted to live in places where it was the hardest to build. Now, with a rise in remote work, exurban areas look more appealing.
Cameos by Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga and the K-pop group BTS mysteriously disappeared from the special when it aired on Chinese streaming sites. Online, fans suspected censorship.
A reader wonders about wearing 1990s trends today.
Many young adults moved back in with their parents during the pandemic. Now the parents are facing a second exodus.
More women are delaying parenthood because they think having kids early will be hard. It is. It’s also great.
Out of touch? Basic? A new term to describe a certain aesthetic is gaining popularity on TikTok.
Burned out and flush with savings, some workers are quitting stable jobs in search of postpandemic adventure.
In a time of Covid-19, climate change and catastrophe, having a baby is an act of radical hope.
David Freedlander’s “The AOC Generation” offers a picture of a growing electorate that may be changing American politics forever.
A documentary from Soleil Moon Frye, star of “Punky Brewster,” and a reunion of “The Real World” remind us that Gen X didn’t curate themselves for mass consumption.
How did they become our moral authorities?
The United Nations auditor, with no diplomatic experience, has declared her candidacy for secretary general — an audacious bid to shake up an organization that she says badly needs it.
America as we have come to know it is most likely a thing of the past.
First-time buyers have the tech-smarts and now the tools to do all or part of their purchase online, sometimes even before seeing their new houses in person.
Sometimes, they get emotional.
Vlad Tenev has incited the fury of the trading app’s fans amid a stock market frenzy. His lack of preparedness on nuts-and-bolts issues was part of a pattern, former employees and analysts said.
This year was awful, but it gave rise to some interesting social trends. Here’s what they tell us about the economic future.
A few tips for remaining a full adult in your childhood home.
The Hollywood stylist Karla Welch has found a new calling in an up-and-coming menstrual product.
Three savers learned some important lessons early on.
Socialist-minded millennial heirs are trying to live their values by getting rid of their money.
Kathryn Shea Duncan, 24, works to promote tourism in Lake Charles, La., which was hit hard by Laura and Delta this year.
In her new novel, “Self Care,” the author Leigh Stein nods to both the narcissism and the paradox of #selfcare.
Even the most educated and high-achieving women do not participate equally with their husbands in long-term financial decision making, according to a study.
A C.D.C. analysis finds that overall death rates have risen, particularly among young adults and people of color.
Carlo Acutis, who died at 15 in 2006 and was an early adopter of the internet, was beatified over the weekend, putting him on the path to sainthood in the Catholic Church.
Anthony Fantano reviews albums and songs on his YouTube channel, The Needle Drop, bringing an old art to a new medium — and perhaps ensuring it has a future.
Earning money online by selling intimate objects that aren’t obviously sexual (including emotions).
Infections among young adults eventually may have spread to older, more vulnerable people, the C.D.C. reported.
Overwhelmed and overworked parents are on the brink. They need to cut themselves some slack.
What it means that my generation is the future of the G.O.P.
The show gave us a giddy peek at the nouveau riche celebrities of the 2000s. It also made “fake it until you make it” the Millennial ethos.
A decade ago, your lipstick brand wasn’t expected to comment on social justice. Now, customers demand it, especially the teens and adults under 25 that make up Gen Z.
TikTok might not be winning over President Trump, but it sure beats its Instagram copycat for making and sharing short videos.
For some millennial couples, not too much.
Fielding the many invasive questions of my online tax prep service.
Hostels are built on the idea of community and sharing, can they survive in a time of social distancing? As European hostels reopen, they are confronting new challenges.
Some Gen Z and millennial women expressed mixed feelings about the fight over abortion rights, viewing it as important but less urgent than other social justice causes.
No longer, they say, could they just post on Instagram, or just give money, or just vote. They needed to be out in the streets.
Two scholars coined the term millennial and developed a fan base for their grim theories. Now, the surviving one sees a generational realignment happening in American politics that does not bode well for Republicans.
Those entering the job market in a downturn may never catch up in pay, opportunities or confidence.