Be careful not to rush into a "turbo relationship" during the coronavirus pandemic with your "quarantine bae" or you may end up getting a "covidivorce."
We won't resume regular life for a while ― and some things have changed permanently due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here's how to deal with our new reality.
Determined to make a difference, young people across the country who can’t cast a ballot are volunteering to be poll workers and register voters.
"A funny thing about quarantining is hearing your partner in full work mode for the first time. Like, I’m married to a 'let’s circle back' guy — who knew?"
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a constant this year. What's been less constant is a national leader who recognizes our collective suffering.
There's a reason more couples are moving in together and rushing to get engaged during quarantine and the coronavirus pandemic.
This Hispanic Heritage Month, read up on these Latino civil rights advocates and activists. (Because chances are you didn't learn about them in history class.)
As the nationwide death toll surpassed 210,000, Trump tweeted 'Don't be afraid of COVID' from the White House. Relatives of COVID-19 victims were outraged.
Lana Del Rey saw backlash after wearing the covering to greet fans. She's hardly the first to wear one during the coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump held a fundraiser and mingled with the crowd hours before revealing he had tested positive for the coronavirus.
More than half of young adults are living with their parents, largely due to the coronavirus pandemic. Here's how to deal, according to therapists.
President Trump was a chronic interrupter during the 2016 and 2020 presidential debates. Here's how to have a conversation with someone constantly speaking over you.
Here's what you need to know if you're dropping off your ballot at a polling location or voting in-person in the 2020 presidential election.
Should you call out a friend who shares disinformation or misleading stories about COVID-19 or the election on social media?
As the coronavirus pandemic's toll rises, here's what Americans can learn from countries such as China, Japan and South Korea about the humble face mask.