Who are the greatest millennials living in America today? Fortune magazine has helped narrow it down by publishing its “40 Under 40” list of influential thirtysomethings working in finance, technology, health care, politics, and entertainment.
The media covered the opening night of the Republican convention on Monday with characteristic professionalism. The New York Times front page, for example, included headlines such as “Trump Nominated as G.O.P. Delivers Ominous Messages,” “Focus on Grievance Instead of Uplift,” and “Recasting History on Virus, Race, and His Record.”
Taylor Lorenz, the New York Times‘s resident expert on teen culture, recently highlighted an “excellent piece” by former Times editorial board member Sarah Jeong. The piece, published in The Verge, criticized the Trump administration’s efforts to ban TikTok, the Chinese-owned social media app popular with sexy teens who like to dance.