Eli J. Finkel, professor at Northwestern University and the author of "The All-or-Nothing Marriage," explains one type of marriage that is most likely to end in divorce. Following is a transcript of the
On the day of the fifth anniversary of the Egyptian uprising that lead to the fall of Hosni Mubarak, Egyptian writer and researcher Rasha Abdulla wasn’t giving interviews. Here, she tells us why — and
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Every month, NPR Music asks our friends from public radio stations across the country — hosts, music directors and writers — for the new songs they simply can't stop listening to. Sometimes they're hot
I have no idea what's happening, but I love it. In a series of Instagram shots, Queen Nicki Minaj wore nothing but (what I believe is) a black bustier, giant silver sunglasses, and knee-high sparkle boots.
Before complaining about a lackluster NBA postseason loaded with lopsided matchups, consider the end result. All those blowouts will yield an epic Finals rematch between the Golden State Warriors and Cavaliers.
Classical music makes shoppers buy more. Gentle tunes can cure insomnia. How? Writer, composer and science lecturer John Powell explains Like many music lovers I’ve always had a fascination withthe emotional
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(CNN) — New year, new streaming options. From "Breakfast at Tiffany's" to "Sharknado 3," January will feature new comedies, dramas, documentaries and children's programming on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu,