Younger people may think the text “OK” (or worse, “K”) is a sign you’re angry with them, for example.
"I'm not going to look up why 'Gen X' is trending I'll just assume it's because we died."
The right-wing network's call for help in its culture wars backfires hilariously.
In her new book, “Why We Can’t Sleep: Women’s New Midlife Crisis,” author Ada Calhoun explores massive debt, Gen X childhood trauma and perimenopause.
These are the defining characteristics of today's youngest generation, according to demographers and other experts.
These causes of deaths have followed a generation – now in their 40s and 50s – from the 1980s to today.
The pay gap is closing until women become mothers
Or unsafe to leave home alone?
And Brexit could make it even worse.