A police helicopter captured a man's amazingly elaborate proposal to his girlfriend in London's Gladstone Park. The officers flew overhead while searching for a stolen car, and their night-vision equipment showed the "Will You Marry Me?" spelled out in candles.
A new study from the University of Virginia reveals that wedded bliss may depend on experiences before couples tie the knot. "The Five" reacted to the study on today's show.
Singer Katy Perry is making headlines for statements she recently made about having a baby. In the July issue of Rolling Stone, the 29-year-old said, “I don’t need a dude … It’s 2014! … I love men. But there’s an option if someone doesn’t present himself.”
The Outnumbered hosts took on Urban Outfitters this afternoon after the popular teen clothing store began giving away promotional pens shaped like hypodermic needles. The pen says 'I Love Harroin," a promotional campaign by the "Harroin" hair salon in New York City.
More and more couples are seeking to dictate what can and can’t be posted online by signing “social media prenuptial agreements,” documents that determine what’s OK to share online about one’s significant other.
A teacher sex scandal, condoms for kids and the reason men might want a demotion at work. It's all part of today's Outnumbered roundup, featuring Harris Faulkner, Sandra Smith, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Jedediah Bila and #oneluckyguy Tucker Carlson.
Check out today’s “Outnumbered” roundup on relationships with Sandra Smith, Harris Faulkner, Andrea
Researchers say credit scores are the number one financial issue that couples don’t talk about before marriage.
Have you ever heard of or been to a "divorce party?" The celebration can - but does not always - include an upside-down cake with black frosting.
In a video that surfaced on Deadspin, actor Bill Murray crashed a bachelor party at a steakhouse in Charleston, S.C., and offered some advice for the groom-to-be.
Today in our ‘Outnumbered’ roundup, Stacey Dash, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Harris Faulkner and Sandra Smith discussed parenting and divorce with #oneluckyguy Geraldo Rivera. Check out the hot topics below and follow Outnumbered on Twitter and Facebook to join the conversation.
Some studies have shown that being a so-called "mama's boy" could be beneficial. In a column this weekend on CNN.com, author Peggy Drexler points out that LeBron James and Barack Obama have self-identified as "mama's boys" when they were growing up.