Lisa Bonos

dating and relationship reporter for the Washington Post

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For some people, Cupid strikes on the campaign trail. Just imagine the political organizers who have spent months rallying potential voters in Iowa.

Finding love on the campaign trail

For some people, Cupid strikes on the campaign trail. Just imagine the political organizers who have spent months rallying potential voters in Iowa.

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Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday announced that Facebook’s new service will simply be called “dating,” and won’t require downloading or signing up.

Will anyone use Facebook's dating app?

Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday announced that Facebook’s new service will simply be called “dating,” and won’t require downloading or signing up.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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