If the age of the flash mob proposal is upon us once more, we’re kinda here for it.
The Texas filmmaker levels up on his fifth feature, 'Loving,' which tells the store of an interracial couple trying to get married in the fifties.
They should get their brisket sometime before their tenth anniversary.
A Galveston police officer had his buddy pull over his girlfriend before proposing—is it as cute a story as people are making it out to be?
A few days before her wedding, my daughter asked for marriage advice. But what’s there to say about the craziest institution around?
The ongoing saga of Nikki Araguz—the transgender widow of a deceased firefighter, who's still fighting a legal battle for survivor's benefits—had its most recent appeal hearing this month. Until it's resolved, there will be a lot more questions than answers.
Senator Donna Campbell puts a new twist on the debate over photo ID: You can't say "I do" until you show the proper form of identification.
Dallas Wiens, the man who became the first American to receive a full-face transplant, got married over the weekend. The new couple hopes to inspire others with an up-coming reality show.
No one denies that there was love at the center of Lady Bird Johnson’s marriage to LBJ. But like Hillary Clinton, she endured quite a bit, spousally speaking, as her husband’s star was on the rise.
How Frank Sinatra, Jr., became a Texan-in-law.
A year of Anna’s antics, biker Barbara, capsized chiles, Davidians defined, expensive electricity, futile freebies, Gramm gossip, helpful hurricanes, insect ingestion, jousting jurors, king-size kindergartens, lottery litigation, Microsoft misprints, naughty nonagenarians, ostracized Oilers, punching princes, questionable quenching, romantic rhinos, sanctified shooters, topless trading, unfriendly unionists, vetoed vagrants, weird wine, X-posed X-presidents, yaklike yearnings, and zilched zoos.
Those who haunt the singles bars aren’t always what they seem—namely, single.
A different sort of women’s movement has this basic belief: give in and ye shall receive.