Tiffany & Co. has been selling the women’s solitaire diamond engagement ring since 1886. It only took 135 years for men to get their own version.

Why we're fascinated when billionaires split up.

As our social lives restart, many of us are rusty, tongue-tied, rambling or insecure — and we don't know what to do with our hands.

Underwood, who starred on “The Bachelor” in 2019, made his announcement during an interview with Robin Roberts on “Good Morning America” Wednesday morning.

“This pandemic showed people: You can’t plan. If you’re waiting and waiting and waiting for the world to give you the okay, you’re going to be wasting a lot of your life.”

“I’m not even sure I remember how to flirt with strangers.”

How video game friendships have helped people get through a year of isolation and loneliness.

After weeks of rumors, a controversial “Bachelor” season ends with a breakup — and two Bachelorettes.

Acho, a former NFL linebacker, is the author of “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man.”

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Lindsay, a former Bachelorette, has become especially influential during a controversial season.

Former Bachelorettes Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe will share host duties, ABC says.

Harrison spoke for the first time since stepping aside from hosting "The Bachelor": “I’m an imperfect man. I made a mistake."

In his most critical comments yet, Matt James wrote that "The Bachelor" had “fallen short” in its handling of race.

The change comes after former Bachelorette Rachel Lindsay voiced her frustration with Harrison.

Singles used to swoon over an adventurous spirit. Now turn-ons include keeping hand sanitizer in your pocket.

Betty had known Peter nearly all her life. But it took a virus, and half a century, for her to recognize: She wanted to be with him.

And which ones are worth letting go.

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Kim Cattrall's character was a product of her time. The reboot can still work without her.

"The Bachelor" kicked off a historic season with Matt James, who unlike leads in the past, has never been on a "Bachelor" franchise show.

Sam Morrison and Shifra Samuel have lived in different states or different countries for much of their five-and-a-half-year relationship — and the coronavirus separated them once again.

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