New York City struggles to support L.G.B.T.Q. youth who are experiencing homelessness and unemployment.
There’s no right way to come of age, especially for a child of immigrants.
A new city program for homeless L.G.B.T.Q. youth will offer job placement, education and mental health support to help them achieve career success.
New research found that half of young patients with the inflammatory condition, MIS-C, in a London hospital experienced confusion, hallucinations and other issues, in addition to physical symptoms.
Once a year I record a brutally honest conversation for my little boy. Here’s why that’s psychologically healthy for both of us.
While much of the economy is beginning to bounce back, young people — particularly young women — are living a different reality.
To its critics, the 114-year-old Unef is the incarnation of the American-inspired ideas that threaten France’s founding principles. Its leaders say it is the future.
Americans wagered $13 billion on sports in 2019. With sports betting now legal in nearly half the states, experts fear the addiction danger is not being adequately addressed.
Teenagers are more likely to get hooked on marijuana, stimulants and other recreational drugs than college-aged or older adults.
David Freedlander’s “The AOC Generation” offers a picture of a growing electorate that may be changing American politics forever.
And other questions about post-vaccination life for younger adults.
“BookTok” videos are starting to influence publishers and best-seller lists, and the verklempt readers behind them are just as surprised as everyone else.
Young adults and the elderly were especially isolated in the pandemic. There are efforts underway to help connect them.
Dogs orient and move in synchrony with family members, which may have implications for the emotional development of people and pets.
In France and across Europe, more students are facing food insecurity as the pandemic enters its second year, and job cuts in their families take a widening toll.
The company plans to study healthy children ages six months through 11 years old in the U.S. and Canada.
The pandemic has worsened economic distress and other factors that lead to such unions. Studies show a clear link between marrying early and dying young.
After a leading opposition figure, Ousmane Sonko, was accused of rape, demonstrators in one of West Africa’s most stable countries took to the streets to voice their grievances with the president.
Finnegan Elder, of San Francisco, told a Rome court that the officer did not identify himself and that he “panicked” and believed the officer would kill him.
Nearly two weeks of sometimes violent demonstrations have turned into a collective outcry from young adults who see bleak futures and precious time lost to lockdowns.
Change may come slowly in Japanese society, but social media has offered an outlet for a younger generation stifled by a rigid hierarchy.
A deep dive into dinosaur data suggests that teenage T. rexes and other juvenile carnivores shaped their ecosystems.
The condition, which usually emerges several weeks after infection, is still rare, but can be dangerous. “A higher percentage of them are really critically ill,” one doctor said.
Huwe Burton was wrongly convicted because of deceptive interrogation techniques. How many more cases were “solved” the same way?
Experts paint a grim picture of the struggle with lockdown isolation — a “mental health pandemic” that should be treated as seriously as containing the coronavirus.
A Harriet Tubman monologue, an animated “Sit-In” and a toy theater short about medical inequity deliver useful messages through varied mediums.
Top performers are raking in cash as the company seeks to compete against TikTok and similar platforms.
“As a child, I thought that it was a bad thing to be born a woman, because that body clearly limited your liberties.”
Mental health professionals are going viral on the app, captivating an anxious generation.
A new, younger generation of fishers is taking over the banks of the Seine, transforming a centuries-old tradition into an underground culture.
While some child welfare systems have pivoted to a remote reality, advocates say it hasn’t been uniform or quick enough for the country’s 400,000 foster kids.
Class of 2025: It’s been a year like never before. How did you write about it?
As vast resources and hundreds of millions of dollars have been pumped into Georgia for the Senate runoffs, few groups have been as vigorously pursued as the state’s young voters.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has vowed to replace the E.U.-wide Erasmus program with a national version, but former participants and university officials say the decision is shortsighted.
The use of the terms “scouts” and “scouting” in the recruitment of girls is a focus of a legal and public relations feud between the organizations.
A speeding driver collided with a car carrying four recent high school graduates from Yonkers, N.Y.
They worked low-paid jobs in restaurants, stores and theaters. Now they are filing for unemployment at twice the rate as before the pandemic.
New research shows that July may have been the deadliest month for young adults in modern American history.
Fueled by a debate over when the justice system should consider young people adults, the legislation would apply to those under 25 when they committed a crime who have served at least 15 years.
In Samburu County, economic and social strife from the pandemic is helping turn a generation of girls into commodities.
Police struggling to stem a rising wave of shootings in New York City are confronting a deep-seated subculture that glorifies guns.
There is no middle path when it comes to the climate emergency.
The documentary “Dance Dreams: Hot Chocolate Nutcracker” shines a spotlight on Ms. Allen and her academy as it prepares for the holiday classic.
The game’s cultlike following in Afghanistan inhabits a real-life version of its violent virtual reality.
Their parents are watching cable news in the other room, but many younger people are gathering online for a more communal experience.
The coronavirus pandemic and new requirements in Republican-led states created voting obstacles for college students this year. Yet youth participation appears to be on the rise.
Here’s what teenagers can do to equip themselves to move forward during this difficult and frustrating time.
The pandemic-induced jobs crisis has fallen disproportionately on generation Covid-19, and the effects may be long lasting.
Mammoths and giant ground sloths roamed the same terrain that a young adult swiftly moved through while toting a young child.
In an interview, the recently crowned N.B.A. champion discussed the work of More Than a Vote, a collective of athletes trying to combat misinformation among Black communities before Election Day.