Ambivalent, according to a new study
However, it is possible, with the right kind of assistance, to break the cycle of misery
A few of the show's more outlandish moments are uncomfortably similar to real life.
"Too many motorists are taking advantage of the precedent established during the war by offering to take young lady pedestrians in their cars."
Tale as old as time: Woman does "man's job" in the military, military resists giving her credit.
A new study shows that high-earning women are more likely to let their houses be messy than to hire a housekeeper or get their husbands and kids to pitch in.
Married, biological fathers who live with their families are associated with a wage bonus of about four percent after they have kids, according to a new study.
Fathers sometimes get undue praise for doing what mothers are expected to do.
A new study of history professors shows that married men get promoted faster than their single colleagues, while the opposite is true for women.
Many women have trouble asking for more money at work—but it doesn't have to be that way.
Scenes from the new film show a Judd Apatow stand-in and his wife exchanging casual quips about killing each other. Dark comedy, or a real phenomenon?
Sometimes, people get married, cheat on their spouse, and then marry the person they cheated on their spouse with. It's good for the paper of record to acknowledge that.