Eighty-seven percent of Americans approve of interracial marriage. That makes approval a very conventional view to hold!
Edie Windsor's newly recognized marriage saved her hundreds of thousands of dollars. Why should marriage matter that much for taxes?
Marriage is declining, yes. But a new study argues that rates among young people are still 13 to 30 percent higher than they'd be without the Internet.
Shockingly, whether or not you should marry young depends on what kind of marriage, and life, you want to have.
"By age 25, 44 percent of women have had a baby, while only 38 percent have married." That means the average age of marriage is now after the average age of childbirth.