LONDON - Prominent British art collector Charles Saatchi has admitted assault and accepted a police caution after published photos showed him grasping the throat of his wife, celebrity chef Nigella Lawson. More »Charles Saatchi admits assault on wife, celebrity chef Nigella Lawson; accepts police caution
Want to know how to parlay your next review into a better raise or maybe even a promotion? Our expert gives us the scoop on getting the most out of this process. More »10 tips to get more from your performance review
French researchers put Vince Vaughn's now-famous Wedding Crashers line, "Tattoo on the back, might as well be a bullseye," to the test. More »What does a lower-back tattoo really suggest to men?
Flannery Dean looks at a recent piece by the former editor-in-chief of Playgirl arguing that women - like men - can respond very strongly to sexual images. More »Does a beefcake male centerfold turn you on? Or off?
Flannery Dean weighs in on the often expensive act of attending a wedding - and asks whether gifts of any kind should be part of the deal. More »Do we hate wedding gifts enough to ban them?
By Joshua Schneyer, Brian Grow and Jeanine Prezioso OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - The divorce of oil baron Harold Hamm has had its dramatic moments. Among them: allegations that Harold was unfaithful - and a heated debate over whether the court should order his wife, Sue Ann, to turn over secret video and audio recordings she made of him at home. But the split of the Continental Resources chief executive's fortune, worth at least $11 billion, could turn on the absence of a single document - and result in the largest divorce settlement in history. ... More »Special Report: Lack of a prenup imperils oil billionaire's fortune
In photographer Irina Werning's Back to the Future series, she has subjects replicate old photos of themselves to mesmerizing effect. More »Amazing pics! Adults recreate memorable childhood photos
Survive a summer jaunt - whether to Europe or even the cottage - with these wise expert tips. More »Five tips to ensure a successful vacation with your partner
Forget breaking into the boys' club, these brazen babes are changing the face of business - one stiletto-wearing foot at a time. More »Use a stiletto network to get ahead in your career
What do you love to do the most? Positive psychology coach Lynda Wallace shows us how doing that five percent more of the time can make you significantly happier. More »The five percent rule to increase your happiness
We talked to him about the books that have changed his life, brought tears to his eyes and made him wish he'd written them. More »Jian Ghomeshi on the book that changed his life
Flannery Dean takes a look at how same-sex marriage is reframing our understanding of archetypes and gender roles within the institution. More »How same-sex marriage is changing unions for the better
Don't lose your cool this summer. We've got expert advice on how to stay calm and loving in all facets of your life. More »Seven ways to have more patience in love and life this summer
Take a peek inside historic homes, toast 10 years of Arts and Crafts music, and laugh at the end of the world. More »Five cool things to do this week (June 7 to 13)
We have a very different financial DNA than generations before us. Here are four things we do that people rarely did years ago. More »Spending habits you should adopt from the 1940s
Two university professors research the most-effective ways to spend your money for maximum personal benefit. More »Five best ways to get more happiness from your money
Actress Cynthia Nixon reveals what scene in the Sex and the City movie really upset her. More »Sex and the City star slams the show's take on love
There's a lot to get in order before your wedding. While you're picking out dresses, don't overlook these important conversations to ensure a successful marriage after the big day. More »Eight conversations every couple should have before marriage
Though a new drug trial is giving hope to women with low libido, Flannery Dean wonders whether the focus should be less on sex and more on our partner's ability to get us in the mood. More »Can this libido-boosting pill save your marriage?
This is very funny and very true. A recent consumer study found that, while shopping, women overuse this word more than any other to describe many different things. More »The one-syllable word women use to describe everything