ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Big cities in the U.S. aren't growing like they used to.
Most of the nation's largest cities last year grew by a fraction of the numbers they did earlier in the decade,...
Becoming a homeowner is likely to get more costly and competitive over the next decade as millions more Americans enter the age range where people typically seek to buy their first...
Apartment rents climbing, and poised to go higher
It's a great time to be a landlord in America, not so much if you're a renter.
Apartment rents are continuing to rise this year, fueled by higher demand from millennials looking for a place...
Millennial Money: Credit basics you need to know
Getting your credit score today is easy — just turn to your bank, credit card issuer or one of the many apps and websites out there.
That means millennials, unlike their parents, have the...
BOSTON (AP) — Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg (BOO'-tuh-juhj) is scheduled to visit Boston for a conversation about millennials in politics.
FLORENCE, Ala. (AP) — Creating high-tech jobs and attracting millennials are among the ideas emerging in discussions about how to spur economic development in the Shoals region of...
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg told voters Saturday that his marriage to his husband exists "by the grace of a single vote on the U.S. Supreme...
Managers, coaches adjust to get most out of millennials
MESA, Ariz. (AP) — In the aftermath of Chicago's collapse last season, Cubs manager Joe Maddon went looking for a deeper understanding of the players who dominate the major leagues these...
From Bogart to millennials: Italian hat maker tries new look
SPINETTA MARENGO, Italy (AP) — Hats off, Bogie.
The traditional Italian hat maker Borsalino, whose fedora has defined the rough-and-tumble images of Robert Redford, Frank Sinatra and Humphrey Bogart, has a plan to appeal more to women and millennials by pushing into high-end fashion, streetwear and even sportswear.
Buying a home by age 35 is worth it now - and later
Nicole Christianson, a 26-year-old sales rep, was tired of writing big checks for tiny apartments. And she wanted to do more with her cash than stash it in a savings account.
Millennial Money: Playing catch-up with credit cards
Millennials would rather swipe right than swipe plastic. They love to pay their brunch tabs with cash. Debt scares them so much they don't care about credit card rewards.
The generation born 1981-1996 is accused of many things, but their dislike of credit cards is blown out of proportion. A Google search for "why millennials don't like credit cards" returns nearly 5 million results. But is it fair to say they don't like something they couldn't get?
Cubs’ Maddon studying ‘Managing Millennials for Dummies’
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Joe Maddon will be managing by the book next year, and the book is "Managing Millennials for Dummies."
The Chicago Cubs manager will head to spring training just after his 65th birthday, a generation or two removed from his players and entering the final season of his contract.
Liz Weston: New scoring could help credit-shy millennials
Millennials' aversion to credit cards can make it hard for them to build good credit scores. A recently announced scoring system, the UltraFICO, may someday help them and other consumers get loans and credit based on how they use their bank accounts.
Colorado millennials booking it to their public libraries
DENVER (AP) — When 23-year-old Curt Baker had two buddies visiting from Arkansas over to his new Denver digs last week, he knew there was one spot everyone had to check out: the Denver Central Library.
"I've only lived here about a month, but I love the connections and public resources available here at the library," Baker said Friday afternoon at the public library's downtown location. "We all really like libraries, so I thought I'd show my friends while we explore the city."
Thousands needed to sustain Maine’s population in future
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — More people are migrating to Maine than leaving the state thanks in part to older millennials, according to figures shared Friday by the Maine Consensus Economic Forecasting Commission.
While Maine had a net loss of roughly 1,000 young adults between the ages of 20 and 24 last year, the state also had a net gain of 4,200 individuals between the ages of 25 and 34.
Israeli music scene jolted by international boycott movement
JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel's Meteor Festival was meant to bring together indie groups from around the world in what organizers billed as a Woodstock-like "cutting edge musical journey that surpasses borders and distorts time and space."
Instead, some 20 acts, including headliner Lana Del Rey, withdrew at the last minute amid apparent pressure from a Palestinian-led international boycott campaign.
Convenience shops go healthy as millennials choose wellness
MIAMI (AP) — In convenience stores spawned by the wellness wave, kombucha slushies take the place of corn-syrupy treats infused with red dye, tortilla chips are made of cassava flour instead of corn and there are vegan ice cream bars and a dizzying selection of organic produce and craft beer on tap.
Traditional corner markets have been notching up their healthier options in recent years, selling pre-made salads, nut milks and organic yogurts.
IU Health allows tattoos in new dress code policy
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana's largest health system has decided to revise its dress code policy to reflect the desires of the many millennials on staff.
Philadelphia-area millennials are buzzing about beekeeping
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Every few days, Sam Torres heads to Glen Foerd in Northeast Philadelphia to check his beehives. He gets there about 8 a.m. because bees get up with the sun, and goes through the hives carefully to make sure his "girls" — beehives are a bona fide matriarchy at 85 to 90 percent female — are doing just fine. Smoker in hand, Torres looks at how many cells the bees have capped with wax, meaning that they've filled them with honey, and observes the larvae that will eventually grow into worker bees that clean and forage for the hive.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Jim Toole says young people are killing the English language.
He has a list of banned phrases on the wall of the used bookstore where he presides on Capitol Hill: "Awesome." ''Like." ''Perfect." ''Totally."
If a customer utters one of them, Toole is quick to scold. "You're causing me to have brain damage," he told one young woman, blowing a raspberry at her after she said "like" one too many times. "Go find a thesaurus."
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Bruce Jentleson, Duke University
HONOLULU (AP) — A Honolulu boutique hotel completed a $4 million redesign that aims to attract millennials by giving them backdrops for selfies.
The 135-room Shoreline Hotel Waikiki revealed last week its new "neon meets nature" theme, which features at least eight photo backdrops worthy of social media posts, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser reported .
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