There’s no way could the 7th Heaven family could have gotten by on a minister’s salary. A BuzzFeed original analysis of the finances of five TV families.
Striking down the Defense of Marriage Act, on which the Supreme Court is set to hear arguments, could change more than 1,000 laws affecting 9 million Americans.
The meat-heavy diet has trounced Atkins, raw food, and even gluten-free, according to Google Trends.
Opinion polling now favors same-sex marriage, but the Supreme Court has flouted public opinion in major decisions in the past.
Girls shows “that all sex is not wonderful,” Steinem said. “Some of it is silly and boring.”
As a woman in the tech world, I’m sadly not surprised by what happened to Adria Richards. In fact, I always expect it.
And 29% have been pushed or shoved by other students because of their orientation, according to a new report.
Girls are more likely than boys to have both high math and high verbal skills, which could give them more career options, according to a new study.
Barring same-sex couples from marrying actually costs the government money — an estimated $10 billion over a 10-year period. Here are a few things that cash could buy.
Go ahead and pick teams by mascots or colors, but put a little science behind it. A BuzzFeed original analysis of the last 15 NCAA tournaments.
The corporate world is mining your life for juicy, personal details. Should you be paranoid? Read and decide.
Winning a pool doesn’t mean picking the most likely winners; it means making picks that distinguish you from the pack. Here’s how to find the teams that will win you cash money dollars, not just a high score.
A new climate model shows the frequency of huge hurricanes skyrocketing as the planet warms.
Counties with the worst health also have far higher rates of violent crime, birth to teenage moms, and childhood poverty than the healthiest counties, according to new research.
The war may have ended for the US, but in Iraq, civilian deaths have increased since 2011.
Facebook lags. Teenagers use the internet while studying, playing sports, and attending religious services.
She’s been either on probation, in rehab, or on bail for over 86% of the time since she turned 20.
New York focuses on the slice of well-educated, wealthy women who choose to stay home — and ignores the vast majority who don’t have a choice. It’s a tried-and-true way to stir up controversy.
Find out which cities are drunkest, most Irish, and most committed to their St. Patrick’s Day parades.
By, like, one hundred years.
Don’t want your magazine to sell? Put Taylor on the cover.
As my career takes me farther away from my son, how come no one asks me how I balance work and family?
Rob Portman’s not alone — people with gay friends or family members are much more likely to support allowing them to marry.
Unless a lot of potential Hollywood movies that have built-in fan bases start using Kickstarter, it’s unlikely that another project will get this far, this fast, anytime soon.
Illustrated by PIE charts, of course.
Seventy-eight percent of dads say moms shouldn’t work full-time.
We’re in that football void between national college signing day and the NFL draft. How many of those high school stars will turn their potential into a pro career?
The country’s unhappiest states are all in one cluster in the South and Midwest.
But their top reason for hitting was, “They hit me first.”
People who want cosmetic surgery may be happier when they actually get it, according to a new study.