Inside The Fan-Fueled Push To Bring K-pop To The U.S.

With voting guides and streaming parties, stateside K-pop fans go to great lengths to help their faves break out globally

How Women In EDM Are Fighting Sexism With Success

'Music is universal. It should be open.'

Should The Voting Age Be Lowered To 17? These California Activists Think So

'We needed to ensure that young people didn’t feel disenfranchised'

The Trans Storyline On 'Rocko's Modern Life' Is A Big Deal — And Hopefully The New Normal

'This story of inclusion and acceptance is so needed in our current climate'

How A Facebook Post Launched A Movement To Shut Down Immigrant Detention Facilities

'Fleeing violence, I think, is something that definitely hits home for us'

I'm From Dayton, Ohio — We Need To Keep Talking About White Violence

Both racist language and mass shootings at the hands of white bigots are part of a larger system that is designed to protect whiteness at all costs

Shura Tells The Transatlantic Love Story Behind Her New Album, Forevher

She breaks down how the music represents love as a kind of two-way holiday to MTV News

Why Hey Arnold!, SpongeBob, And Other Kid Cartoons Might Be The Self-Care You Need

They're part of a balanced entertainment diet

TikTok Has A Ted Bundy Problem

Serial-killer role play videos are gaining ground — but some users are fighting back

Why Are Fans Split Over K-pop Supergroup SuperM?

The 'Avengers of K-pop' are set to debut in the U.S. this October

Where Do Young Black Americans Fit In The Fight For Reparations?

'We've been getting f--ked for hundreds of years. It's gonna take a lot more than money to make us whole'

The Trump Administration Is Putting Threatened Species In Even More Danger

Including polar bears, lions, and yes, salmon

As More Athletes Speak Up About Mental Health, The NBA Hopes Fans Take Note, Too

A new rule mandates that every team keep mental health professionals on staff

The Try Guys, Legends of the Internet, Aren't Afraid To Fail

A year ago, Keith Habersberger, Ned Fulmer, Zach Kornfeld, and Eugene Lee Yang made the riskiest gamble of their careers. Six million subscribers later, they're doing just fine.

Black Men Care About Their Hair — It's Time Movies And TV Did, Too

'If you’re going to go out of your way to cast Black characters and tell Black stories on screen, make sure you are also investing in making sure that the hair is on point'

Victoria's Secret Cast A Transgender Model, Valentina Sampaio — And It's About Damn Time

She's the first trans model cast in the company’s 42-year history

Why Cardi B's Political Activism Matters

Cardi B may not sound like your average pundit, but it’s for the best that she doesn’t

Deferred Dreams: How Student Loan Debt Disproportionately Affects Entrepreneurs Of Color

Student loan debt has changed the way people think about building businesses

Toni Morrison’s Legacy: Playing In The Light Of Blackness

'Blackness, too, is deserving of the immortality that comes with printed words'

Americans Are Dying Because They Can't Afford Insulin. I Was Almost One Of Them

'How many other insulin-dependent Americans are still rationing, even though we know the risks?'

Everything You Need to Know About the Mauna Kea Protests In Hawaii

'They are benefitting off a history of imperialism and white supremacy and trampling over Indigenous rights in the name of science'

Don't Underestimate The Importance Of Lil Nas X

As 'Old Town Road' sets new chart records, gay teens (and Black ones in particular) have a new role model in its creator

Meet The Women Who Toppled Puerto Rico's Governor

'I don’t remember, ever since I was a kid, living in a period not characterized by crisis'

Young People Don't Trust ICE And Some Want It Abolished, New Poll Shows

51 percent of people aged 20 to 37 said they do not trust ICE