Love Articles

Boxer: 'My Heart's Beating a Little Faster Today'

'She is going to relate to every day Americans'
11:21 AM, Apr 12, 2015

California senator Barbara Boxer said that she's so excited about Hillary Clinton running for president that her "heart's beating a little faster today."

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The Thoroughly Modern Marriage?

4:51 PM, Mar 04, 2014

Richard V. Reeves has written in The Atlantic a confident and illuminating account of the state of marriage in America today.  College-educated American men and women “are reinventing marriage as a child-rearing machine for a post-feminist society and a knowledge economy.”  On this front, the Americans have once again shown their superiority to the Europeans, who, in their socially self-destructive way, remain ambivalent at best about the value of being married.  But a European might respond that only an American could be content with such a self-consciously mechanical view of a relational institution.  It’s easy to hear the French man Alexis de Tocqueville laughing between the lines of his deadpan description of American men describing marriage in terms of “self-interest rightly understood.”

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FBI Warns of 'Online Dating Scams' Before Valentine's Day

12:22 PM, Feb 12, 2014

The FBI released a press release with this headline just days before Valentine's Day: "Looking for Love? Beware of Online Dating Scams." Criminals use dating sites, too, says the FBI.

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'An American Love Letter on Hitler's Stationery'

6:22 AM, Jul 26, 2013

NBC reports on a "love letter" from American father to his son written on Hitler's stationery:

Inside a glass case in a “secret” CIA museum is a swastika-emblazoned letter written on Adolf Hitler’s personal stationery that was delivered to the museum the day after Osama bin Laden died.

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Huma Stands By Her Man

4:52 PM, Jul 23, 2013

Huma Abedin, the wife of Anthony Weiner, gave remarks at a press conference for Anthony Weiner today in New York City:

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The Women Who Wed

They’re people, too, and often based in Paris.
Jan 21, 2013

I’m burning with envy. Here I’ve been plugging away of late in places like Oklahoma City and Scottsdale. Meanwhile, both Susan Mary Alsop and Kati Marton, heroines of two ostensibly different books, had a much better idea.

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Chains of Love

Geoffrey Norman on the power of a power tool
Nov 12, 2012

Hurricane Sandy showed Vermont some mercy, where Irene did not.  The storm passed to the west, and we got a lot of rain and enough wind to knock out power to a few thousand people, including, 

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Obama: 'You'll Love Me Even More'

8:51 AM, Sep 08, 2012

President Obama, speaking last night in Iowa, told an audience member that she'd "love [him] even more" after hearing the fourth part of his plan:

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Women in Love

The high cost of mixing success and attachment.
Jan 16, 2012

In 1942 George Stevens made a romantic comedy for MGM called Woman of the Year. Based on the journalist Dorothy Thompson, one of the subjects here, it concerned the obstacles to marital bliss faced by an emancipated woman and her former colleague turned husband. With Katharine Hepburn and Spencer Tracy as the combative partners, everything turned out well.

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Obama: 'If You Love Me, You Gotta Help Me Pass this Bill!'

12:54 PM, Sep 14, 2011

President Obama, speaking today in North Carolina, said that "if you love me, you gotta help me pass this bill!"

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Crazy Little Thing

How far do men go for love in this confused comedy? Too far.
Aug 08, 2011


Crazy, Stupid, Love

Directed by Glenn Ficarra & John Requa

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