George and Barbara Bush, Reflections on a 73-Year 'Storybook' MarriageThey met at a Christmas dance. She was 17. He was 18. Two years later they were married. The couple stayed together for 73 years.
Marrying A First Cousin Not That Harmful To Family Tree, Study SaysThe research found that first cousins share about 12.5 percent of the same DNA. Second cousins share just over six percent of their DNA while third cousins share about three percent.
Tall Husbands And Short Wives Make For Great Marriages, Study FindsIn the study, researchers surveyed 8,000 participants, and found a correlation between the husband’s height and the wife’s happiness.
Michigan Clerk Offers Wedding Vow Renewal Services For $25Couples also walk away with a copy of the vows and a certificate.
5 Tips For Planning A Destination WeddingFive destination wedding planning tips from Sandy Malone, the star of TLC's Wedding Island.
Woman Gets Married At Hospital Following Open-Heart SurgeryA woman has gotten married at a northern Michigan hospital just two days after undergoing open-heart surgery.
Gay Marriage Recognition For Man With Cancer Remains On HoldA western Michigan man stricken with cancer has failed to persuade a judge to order the state to recognize his New York same-sex marriage.
Study: Legalizing Gay Marriage Would Pump $53M Into Michigan's EconomyAllowing same-sex couples to wed in Michigan would provide a humongous boost to the state's economy, according to a recently published study.
Michigan Issues 1st Same-Sex Marriage License; Gay Couples Line Up To Tie The KnotEarly Saturday morning, the Ingham County clerk's office issued Michigan's first marriage license for a same-sex-couple.
Study: Getting Married May Be Good For Your HeartMarried women are less likely to die from heart disease than single women, according to a new British study.
Federal Judge To Deliver Gay Marriage Ruling Within 2 WeeksThe judge must decide if there is a rational public interest in restricting marriage to a man and a woman.
Michigan's 2004 Gay Marriage Ban Faces ChallengeU.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman may throw out the law Wednesday after hearing arguments in his Detroit courtroom.