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Here is a collection of stories from CBS News that focus on couples, on fashion, and on the mystery that is love.

The Marriage Mystery
People who tie the knot, like Anne Meara and Jerry Stiller, almost always mean to stay together their whole lives. Some do, some don't, and no one knows just why.
CBS News Poll: Love And Marriage
Most Americans believe the younger generation doesn't take marriage seriously, while they themselves remain happy about their wedding vows, according to a CBS News Poll.
Those Extinct Big-Screen Couples
They don't make movies like they used to, and that includes all those magic couples. CBS News Sunday Morning Anchor Charles Osgood tries to find out why.
Divorce Made (Too) Easy
Divorce court in the U.S. is as common an institution as baseball. Is it time to redefine our marriage laws? Commentary by Susan Cheever for CBS News Sunday Morning.
Blythe And Bruce: The Family Union
Blythe Danner and Bruce Paltrow have lasted 31 years in a union that has had its share of challenge and reward. 60 Minutes Correspondent Lesley Stahl reports.
These Opposites Attract
Amy Madigan and Ed Harris are actors who have been married for 17 years. Most recently, they worked together on a movie that Harris also directed. And they loved it.
The Mailers: Norman And Norris
Norman Mailer and his wife, Norris, were both born on Jan. 31 -- but 26 years and one minute apart. While she is his sixth wife, it's also true that their love has lasted more than 25 years.
The Meyers: At Work, At Play
When Marty and Annette Meyers met 39 years ago, they knew they wanted a life in the arts. One of the ways they got it: Teaming up to write mystery books.
Speaking From The Heart
In the photographs of Mariana Cook, couples like the Plimptons speak for themselves. And it might be the only way to glimpse what it's all about.
With Love, Who Needs A Drug?
CBS News Correspondent Steve Hartman periodically invites someone to throw a dart at a U.S. map. Wherever it lands is where he goes for a story. This time, it was Camden, Tenn.
Here Come The Bridesmaids
With the honor of being a bridesmaid comes the dread of wearing the dress. But there's a new trend: Brides are no longer married to the idea of identical gowns.
A Show Of Wedding Dresses
Even if you are not getting married, it's still fun to look at a few wedding dresses. Here is a fashion show from The Saturday Early Show, courtesy of Glamour magazine.

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