PS Picks is a selection of the best things that the magazine's staff and contributors are reading, watching, or otherwise paying attention to in the worlds of art, politics, and culture.
The New Yorker staff writer discusses her unpublished first novel, and why Americans are perennially obsessed with a good scam.
A new book blames the Baby Boomers for Millennials' economic woes—and lets Reagan off the hook.
A big new report debunks a number of generational clichés about Millennials—but emphasizes the economic struggles they still face.
There's no scientific consensus that today's young people are especially narcissistic or self-involved, but the public has bought into the notion.
Millennials may be proving that coming to marriage later, with less rigid roles, is enabling the sort of marriages that Boomers idealized—and too often failed to create.
New research suggests that "broken windows" policing has resulted in more young people getting arrested for trivial offenses—especially young people of color.
There's a chance the sexual culture being cultivated by Millennials can diminish the environment of harassment and assault that's plagued so many workplaces.
Malcolm Harris' new book argues that grim realities are behind the hand-wringing press about Gen Y.
Local lending institutions remain trusted sources of information while trust in the media has hit an all-time low.
Recent surveys suggest the American love of free speech is waning.
Millennials vote just like previous generations of young voters.
The latest entry in a special project in which business and labor leaders, social scientists, technology visionaries, activists, and journalists weigh in on the most consequential changes in the workplace.
Millennial attitudes are much more similar to those of older whites than they are to those of their peers of color.
New research suggests the emerging generation of American adults is far more secular than its predecessors.
A new study finds Americans’ sexual attitudes keep getting more liberal, but Millennials have pulled back a bit in terms of their number of sexual partners.