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An increasing number of women are practicing medication-free birth control as part of a countrywide return to a back-to-basics lifestyle.
Never before have there been so many things to be afraid of, a situation that has kept researchers busy compiling catalogues to keep up with the new fears.
A new wave of slang collectors are trying to keep up with language as
As an Oregon high schooler might say: dankidy!
In most states, drivers must prove they're legally in the country to get a license. But tightening requirements make it impossible for even some legal
immigrants to get behind the wheel.
Researchers at the Williams Institute at UCLA found a large income gap between same-sex couples and married heterosexuals - even more pronounced
among non-white gays and lesbians, who make up 20% of same-sex parents.
Hundreds of evangelical Christians who believe in polygamy have set up Web sites to help couples find a few extra wives.
When a woman came to Damien Deeds’ Manhattan tattoo parlor last year with a five-inch perforated keloid scar across her shoulder blade, he saw a creative opportunity.
Hyphenating a surname at marriage is no longer the powerful feminist statement it once was. The hyphen’s moment has passed...
Whether on display in a museum or the shoe-box creations of students, dioramas have sparked imaginations, as well as a debate...
Now that blatant displays of racism are condemned and even outlawed, some psychologists are exploring more subtle expressions of prejudice...
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