Yesterday, I asked Facebook to take down a fraudulent page. Within a few hours it was gone, just a shadowy image of a bandaged thumb where it used to be. Very effective. It’s highly likely I get better treatment from Facebook …
A new study suggests men and women are getting closer to 50-50 at home. But is it measuring the right thing?
Town & Country sets gender relations back a few decades with its February list of marriageable males.
The brain chemistry and psychology behind falling in love with an online fiction.
And we mean small. What scientists learned about the sense of touch using an insect and an eyelash.
A new study suggest likeability may be more important than ability in getting a job, especially at the highest echelons.
Which comes first, happiness or money? Much scholarly head tapping has been devoted to examining whether richer people are happier and if so, how much richer? Nobel prize-winners have even looked into it. But a new study suggests …
A new study suggests that old-fangled romantic sex with is not dead—yet.
Parsing the connection between single parents and violent crimes committed by children
Tony Horton is the creator and marketer of the P90x, a set of workout DVDs that Paul Ryan credits for keeping him in shape. I quizzed him about fitness, Arnold Schwarzenegger and the congressional gym.
How cheap cell phones — and quick thumbs — are saving lives in Uganda
Why once secretive plural families like the Dargers of Utah are coming out of the shadows and beginning to advocate for their way of life
The tabloids would have you believe that serial marriage — and divorce — is the norm, but the most recent Census figures paint a rosier picture of marriage in America