After their tour of duty ends and their military lives are over, some war dogs are just looking for love.
What many would not give for complete silence. But who would have thought finding it would be so hard.Three apps promise the answer but at a premium.
It\’s best to be honest about your accomplishments.
Shoe designer Nine West\’s new advertising campaign is meant to be funny and hip, but some believe it crosses the line.
A professor of psychology says our obsession with those computers in our pockets puts at risk for ankle sprains and getting hit by cars because our brains are too absorbed to keep us safe.
Not our words. Dietitian Jim White says you should.
More professional men and women are ditching the traditional briefcase and moving to backpacks.
Divorce is tough. Wevorce aims to make it simple.
War weary veterans look forward to being reunited with their loved ones, whether they stand on two legs or walk on four.
A 2010 Pew study shows one in five American women has never had children. In the 1970s, that ratio was one in 10. Why are more women opting out of motherhood?
According to a new Gallup poll, millennials and seniors feel good about their appearance.
A study reveals the who and why of unfriending.
Many working mothers experience guilt for not being able to be home with their children. But researchers say there\’s no need for the worry.
Distractions, stress, and lack of sleep are just some of the factors involved in
Forgotten Baby Syndrome or FDS.
A new service from the cupids at Match.com will help broken-hearted singles find romance with a little help from science.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.