The countercultural revolution of the 1960s and ’70s didn’t get rid of the institution of marriage. It transformed it along class lines.
In a plea for his estranged wife’s forgiveness at her own concert, the Migos rapper is taking advantage of the cultural weight that’s on his side.
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Unhyphenated double surnames used to be somewhat rare, but the desire to be searchable online is bringing them back.
Conservatives are attempting to use the First Amendment not as an instrument of freedom and self-government but as a corporate privilege.
Thirty years ago, with the help of a massive coffee table book, the American wedding theatrical complex was born.
A new study shows that access to jobs and income inequality are shaping this generation’s decisions to start a family.
Only 22 years after decriminalizing homosexuality, the country becomes the first in the world to approve marriage equality by popular vote.