"We hardly see each other, and we each have our own lives," Lyudmila Putin told a reporter last week as she and her husband announced their divorce.
Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's film is OK as dumb comedy, but its attempt to tap the zeitgeist fails for relying on unemployed heroes who have zero real obligations.
A survey of this year's graduating class shows men much more likely to earn high salaries than women.
Twelve topics that the Dean of the National Cathedral encourages engaged couples to discuss
That's what Americans think, according to a new Gallup poll.
It's a big deal that the icon of modern femininity is talking about her double mastectomy.
A chat about sympathizing with out-of-line celebrities
"I'm so glad I found Ann when I was still so young."
Social networks reveal some long-standing human patterns.
After Weiner's Twitter scandal broke, they both turned to their jobs for solace. But that strategy worked for only one of them.
She designed her first pieces of clothing to conceal stains at work, not to impress people at a cocktail party.
A new article by Buzz Bissinger shows that this addiction doesn't discriminate by gender, no matter what Sex and the City would have you believe.
What if Tina Fey & co. had focused on how stuffy colleges are chasing after free spirits these days, instead of on an undercooked plotline about motherly guilt?
For everyone else, the results are mixed.
It feels true—but is it?
Overstating and distorting the benefits of marriage is just as destructive as maligning the institution.
What the debate about women's role in the military looked like in 1990
A conversation about the role of women in religious communities
Two Atlantic staffers dissect the song's creepy factor.