1 hr ago | WTLC-AM Indianapolis
Bishop Secular says online dating is supposed to eliminate the lying and the games, but he doesn't agree.
3 hrs ago | Metro
Scouring the internet is undoubtedly the easiest and quickest way to bag yourself a date.
4 hrs ago | Digital Trends
Going on a first date is monstrously terrifying. Will you hit it off? Will they notice your [insert flaw here]? What will you do during awkward silences? Is it going to seem picky if you tell the waiter you can't eat gluten? What clothes will you wear to make yourself appear more attractive, tasteful, fun to be around? You're probably getting ... (more)
8 hrs ago | AdelaideNow...
George Becker and Kathy Keough, who are due to wed in October, have cut back on expensive dates because they have committed to buy a house.
12 hrs ago | ClickOnDetroit
More mothers are turning to online dating sites to search for an ideal daughter or son-in-law.
Casual sex is nothing new. People have sought the intense dopaminergic stimulation offered by new, unexplored sexual partnering since the dawn of time.
Online dating is one of those subjects that Christians enjoy debating. In one camp, there are some who believe looking for love online betrays a lack of faith in God's provision of a spouse.
While it's been long thought that men desire younger women and women desire older men, new data suggests that women are opting for younger men when online dating.
Call it kismet or Zeitgeist or something. I just learned in " Most Eligible Chicagoans 2013 " that 20 percent of our local singles met their last first date on an online dating site.
Online dating sites usually fail because online dating usually fails. The simple reason is that everyone expects quick results, no one can make that happen, and users get very unhappy very quickly.
WOMEN from Basingstoke have been conned out of tens of thousands of pounds by a man they met on a dating website.
A new study says marriages that begin online are slightly more successful than marriages that began the traditional way.
Look before you leap in online love, the family of a terminally ill Christchurch woman is advising after she lost more than $160,000 in a dating scam.
These are fake identities which left more than 2,440 people with a broken heart and bank account.
Reclining in my first-class seat bound for New York, I sipped Veuve Clicquot champagne from a crystal flute and reflected on how I could definitely get used to travelling like this.
Melanie Servetas lived the American dream. She had a six-figure salary as an executive with Wells Fargo, a Jaguar and a three-bedroom house in sunny Southern California.