Fewer Americans are tying the knot nowadays, according to a new Pew Research report that showed 51 percent of the adult population is married, compared to 1960 when 72 percent of the country was. Ray Suarez discusses the changing demographics…
What Does Data Reveal About the Geography of Marriage?…
Gwen Ifill, Judy Woodruff and Hari Sreenivasan discuss the latest political headlines.
Film and fashion icon Elizabeth Taylor died Wednesday at the age of 79.
When it comes to job losses, the economy's slide has been twice as painful for singles as it has for married adults.
Without mid-term congressional races or a presidential election, the 2009 special election season has been dominated by a few key local races, which have attracted national headlines nonetheless.
By PBS NewsHour
The New Hampshire Senate voted Thursday to authorize civil unions for gay couples, paving the way for the state to join nearly a dozen others in offering domestic partnerships or other legal protections to couples of the same sex.
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