Tinder is releasing a paid feature free to all users beginning on Monday that will allow people to swipe in any city around the world.
Dating apps and services are suggesting alternatives to in-person meet-ups during this period of social-distancing.
From stories of friendship to career-climbing feminists, there are options that aren't all about love.
"We could leave the Christmas lights up 'til January. This is our place, we make the rules."
"Law of Attraction" leaked online, but isn't the first song from YANDHI to turn up. Producers are encouraging fans not to listen.
The full soundtrack will be released on June 28.
Most are willing to give partners who are bad at sex a second chance.
The number of Americans who choose to live without a partner or spouse is much higher than it was a decade ago, a Pew Research Center survey shows.
The idea of Medicare for all is increasing in popularity, both in the Senate and among Americans in general.
"We're just tweaking the final points of the bill and we're figuring out how we can mount a national campaign to bring people together," Sanders said Sunday.
The foreign secretary said the U.K. will continue its "joyous exploration of other European culture."
German chancellor says accommodating Britain would set a precedent that would undo Europe.
Johnson, a favorite to become prime minister, says Britain can pursue a trade relationship with the EU as well as economies outside the bloc.
A 2013 tweet from John Podesta reveals a potential disagreement with his boss, Hillary Clinton, over health care.
McCartney spliced previously unheard vocals for the remix and released a video Tuesday.