Online Dating The Most Common Way Newlyweds Met In 2017, Survey Says19 percent of brides said they met their spouse through an online dating site or social media this year; up from 14 percent in 2016.
1 In 10 Grooms Now Take Their Wife's Name, Study Says72 percent of married couples said they had adopted the husband's last name, down from the 97 percent of couples over 55 years old.
Former Brides Donating Wedding Dresses To Brides-To-Be In Wake Of Bridal Chain's ClosureBrides across the U.S. have been blindsided by the abrupt bankruptcy of dress brand Alfred Angelo.
Looking At Pictures Of Cute Animals Help Marriages Last, Study FindsAccording to a new study, pairing cute pictures of animals with pictures of your spouse can help improve a marriage.
Anti-Same-Sex Marriage Resolution Fails in Washington Co.A proposed resolution opposing same-sex marriage has failed in the Washington County Commission.
Almost 1,000 Same-Sex Marriages In Florida's Largest CitiesAlmost 1,000 gay and lesbian couples were issued marriage licenses in Florida's 10 most-populous counties during the first two days a ban on same-sex marriage was lifted.
Study: Unattractive Men Look Better To Women Taking Birth Control PillsWomen find that unattractive men look better to them when they are taking birth control pills, a new study finds.
Judge Cancels Hearing On Same-Sex Divorce A South Florida judge who ruled that the state's ban on same-sex marriage is unconstitutional has cancelled a hearing on whether to grant a final divorce to a gay couple.
Florida Wants US Supreme Court To Decide Gay MarriageFlorida's attorney general is asking state courts to stop considering same-sex marriage cases until the U.S. Supreme Court decides whether states have the right to ban gay marriage.
Pam Bondi: Gay Marriage Would "Impose Significant Public Harm" The attorney general of Florida says in court documents that recognizing same sex marriages performed in other states would "impose significant public harm."
Florida House Passes Ban On Minors Getting Married The Florida House has passed a bill that would make it illegal for anyone under the age of 16 to get married.
Fla. May Ban Minors Under 16 From Getting MarriedFlorida may make it illegal for anyone under the age of 16 to get married.
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