February 29 - good luck or a day to be wary of, asks Allyssia Birjalal.
While thinking positive thoughts can boost your mood in the here and now, it could actually cause unhappiness in the long term, research suggests.
Ana Swanson looks into what people around the world mean when they say they're happy.
Read at your own risk: This article contains several spoilers...
One in five adults admit they have not said a word to their neighbours in a month, while some have never spoken to them at all.
Since the RBF meme took over the internet, legions of people have identified the dreaded phenomenon in celebrity listicles.
Bring on the flowers and the drugstore aisles lined with pink and red - or simply call the whole thing off. By Ellen McCarthy.
Elizabeth Hurley only keeps a bottle of vodka and eye masks in her fridge.
Economists say ostentatious displays of wealth have fallen out of fashion - it's your green credentials that matter.
Jessica Alba has identified with her “masculine” side for most of her life.
We examine the runners and riders in the great riddle of Liam Neeson's 'incredibly famous' new love...
Playboy's first non-nude issue marks a risky gamble, bu it could pay off, writes Drew Harwell.
An incident on the beach gets Helen Walne thinking about a boy with a hat and a woman with a book.
Single or coupled, Lisa Bonos has always treated Feb. 14 as a celebration of all kinds of love.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Pricilla Chan wished the Asian community a "Happy Lunar New Year" in Mandarin.