Tall Husbands And Short Wives Make For Great Marriages, Study FindsIn the study, researchers surveyed 8,000 participants, and found a correlation between the husband’s height and the wife’s happiness.
Online Dating Most Common Way Newlyweds Met In 2017, Survey Says19 percent of brides said they met their spouse through an online dating site or on social media this year - up from 14 percent in 2016.
1 In 10 Grooms Now Take Their Wife's Name, Study Says72 percent of married couples said they had adopted the husband's last name, down from the 97 percent of couples over 55 years old.
A Healthy Marriage is Good for Your HeartA new study finds a link between a healthy marriage and a healthy heart.
Six Flags Looking for 13 ‘Unlucky' CouplesSix Flags St. Louis is searching far and wide for 13 unlucky couples to promise to be together till the day they die.
Former Brides Donating Wedding Dresses To Brides-To-Be In Wake Of Bridal Chain's ClosureBrides across the U.S. have been blindsided by the abrupt bankruptcy of dress brand Alfred Angelo.
Happily Ever After: Couple Gets Married at Cardinals GameEver dreamed of getting married at a St. Louis Cardinals game? Well it actually happened for one lucky couple!
Looking At Pictures Of Cute Animals Help Marriages Last, Study FindsAccording to a new study, pairing cute pictures of animals with pictures of your spouse can help improve a marriage.
Missouri Lawmaker Says He Won't Revive Religious Objections``It's an issue that's not likely to go away, but I don't think it's going to be a major focus of the session,'' Onder said.
Religious GOP Lawmaker Explains Why He Voted Against SJR39There are procedural moves that could revive the proposal.
Religious-Objections Supporters Rally in Missouri CapitolThose who oppose it say it's discrimination, and believe Missouri will face same economic consequences.
Missouri Panel to Hear Input on Religious-Objections MeasureThe hearing is the first since Senate Democrats staged a failed filibuster against the legislation for 37 hours.