Looking for that perfect book for your loved one? Our friends at Simon & Schuster have a lot of fantastic dating guides and a few less-traditional reads to help you feel the love this Valentine’s Day.
Was it well-intentioned motivation or gender stereotypes taken too far? Either way, the social media fueled firestorm over an assembly at Richardson High School this week seems only to be gathering stea
A billboard is set to appear in Dallas that is sure to stir some controversy. The upcoming ad makes mention of Obamacare, but probably not in the way that many would expect.
Whether you’re dating a new prospective love interest or have been in a relationship for some time, summer is the perfect time to bring a little romance into your life.
In the age of online dating a state bill, co-authored by a representative from North Texas, will probably be of special interest to women and men entering into a new relationship. Texas House Bill 21 proposes creating a Domestic Violence Registry.
Danica Patrick slid into her chair at NASCAR media day Thursday and promptly informed her audience she’d only answer racing-related questions.
Dr. Crystal Foster discusses some current medical headlines, including this season’s flu, a study on teen dating violence, and the risks of smoking.
Romance novels teach that love may be lurking just around the corner. And these days, many singles are using cell phone apps to make sure that they don’t miss it.
Believe it or not, the Dallas Cowboys football team does not own the web domain cowboys.com. But it hasn’t really been an issue, until now.
Couples still meet through friends, at work, or even a bar. But a typical first date now also involves verifying what you’ve read about that person on Facebook.
Three women at different stages in their lives start looking for love in the new CBS dating show “3.” The stars spoke to CBS 11 News about what makes this series different.
Ever send a text message you wish you shouldn’t have or place a phone call when you’ve had a few too many?