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.
A new book, Going Solo, offers surprising insight on the emergence of a new single majority that prefers to live alone.
Sept 18-24 is Unmarried and Single Americans Week – a good time to take note of the important role that single people play in our society.
The high cost of health insurance is forcing some singles to marry just so they can get a “blue card.”
As a growing number of people opt to live a singular life, reporters and scholars clamor to find a reason why.
The nomination of never-married Elena Kagan launched allegations that she must be gay, revealing ongoing prejudice about people who are single.
Not really a joke, but an interesting encounter between two very different people with an intense interest in the future of single people.