So how many couples are really living in sin?
Quite a few. Three out of four women in the U.S. have lived with a partner without being married by the age of 30, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of those 40 percent got married within three years and another 33 percent stayed with their partner without getting married. Money is often the reason for putting off the wedding vows -- either the couple can't afford a wedding or getting married is too financially risky.
What particularly sweet heist happened in Germany this weekend?
Thieves in the central German town of Bad Hersfeld swiped 5.5 tons of Nutella chocolate-hazelnut spread from a parked trailer. The gooey loot is worth an estimated 16,000 euros ($20,710).
Who has the worst job at the Treasury Department?
It's got to be the person who evaluates damaged bills. Why? For one thing they will be tasked with evaluating $500 in dog-processed currency for replacement. The mangled money was sent in by a Montana man whose 12-year-old golden retriever ate the five $100 bills. He retrieved the bits from, well, exactly where you might imagine in the yard. Cleaned them up, pasted them together and sent them to the Treasury Department's Bureau of Engraving and Printing. If an examiner agrees that at least 51 percent of the bills were turned in he could get reimbursed.