Legal Issues, Politics & Religion
Yuliana Avalos says one of the Internet’s biggest matchmaking websites used her photos without her permission to create bogus profiles.
Keith Kantor, author of What Matters and chairman of a congressional panel on lowering health care costs, talks about how Obamacare may impact single people.
Survey reveals that many churches do not meet the needs of a growing number of single members who struggle with being single in family-focused churches.
New in our magazine for singles: It starts with a golden ring and ends in a boxing ring: for some,divorce is an inevitable evil and who “wins” often depends on who has the best divorce attorney.
The pressure to get married runs deep in Jewish culture forcing single Jews to make tough choices about if, when and who to marry.
Laws favor those who marry over those who stay single, leading some to commit marriage fraud so they can cash in on the matrimonial benefits.
Does your church stereotype its single members? Take this humorous point-based test to score your church on how it treats people who aren’t married.
A new book, Going Solo, offers surprising insight on the emergence of a new single majority that prefers to live alone.