There seems to be a strong relationship here.
It's one of the most important days in the Christian tradition.
The mid-February tradition isn't all flowers and candy. It's about a deeply felt bond held by couples around the world.
Social science says these tips on gift-giving help the giver as much as the recipient.
Democratic peoples live material well-being, and if unchecked it can have immense social consequences.
His story involves far more than beer and corned beef.
When the going gets tough, many of those who claim no religious beliefs get down on their knees.
It was a simple question, but I did not expect the answer he gave me.
Choosing serenity in a time of judgement.
Elizabeth Smart's Q&A about her kidnapping shows recovery from trauma is what you make of it.
“He who establishes conventional wisdom owns history,” a historian once told me.
Faith gets dismissed a lot in this day and age, but for those who believe in God, whatever their religion, a true love of the Almighty is an inspiring mechanism from which to launch a business.
ABD AL-RAHMAN III was an emir and caliph of Córdoba in 10th-century Spain. He was an absolute ruler who lived in complete luxury. Here’s how he assessed his life:
Does being educated make you happier? The short answer: It depends, but probably a little.
James Madison, the fourth president of the United States, is known as the “Father of the Constitution.” He was a statesman, a historian, a Pisces. He wrote the Bill of Rights.