More than half of young Americans don’t have a romantic partner, new data shows

Fifty-one percent of those between ages 18 and 34 don’t have a partner, up from 33 percent in 2004

‘Love is a spectrum’: 8 stories that go beyond boy meets girl

This Valentine’s Day, we’re highlighting versions of love that rarely reach the spotlight

Why saying ‘I love you’ became such a big deal

There’s more anxiety around those three words than ever before

It’s not enough to hope for the best. Millennials are writing contracts for their relationships.

Many do so to ‘optimize’ their romantic partnerships

After years of war, terror takes a back seat to love in Pakistan this Valentine’s Day

Love is simply part of a Pakistani February this year

I thought there was only one type of love. Now I know it comes in many different forms.

I thought ‘I love you’ was reserved for romantic relationships only

Boyfriend and girlfriend are out. ‘Partners’ are in. Here’s why more millennials are changing how they define their relationships.

The growing preference for ‘partner’ could suggest a shift that goes beyond labels and language

I’m saying goodbye to Mexico City. Here are the 8 places I’ll miss.

Eventually, I fell in love — with the city and with another person

‘You have given me joy that few men know’: Barbara and George H.W. Bush’s remarkable love story

Barbara Pierce was 16 when she met the future president

I swore I’d never give up my career for a man. Here’s why I decided to prioritize my relationship.

After a year and a half apart, I knew something needed to change