Women forming part of Afghani president Ashraf Ghani's delegation say support from the US is vital. The closing of Sweet Briar College may point toward a demise of all-women's schools. We speak with one of the woman behind the first mosque in the US for women only.Watch Video
Beijing+20: How far have women come and what still needs to be done, 20 years after the famed women's conference? Hillary Clinton Doctrine: How much has Hillary Clinton done to improve women's lives? "War on Women": Democrats say it's back, while Republicans say it's over.Watch Video
Minority families do not have nearly as much in savings as white families do. In their third attempt, Sprout Pharmaceutical believes their drug to help women with HSDD will be approved. Angelina Jolie executive produces an Ethiopian film about child brides.Watch Video
Afghani Women Leaders: Women forming part of Afghani president Ashraf Ghani's delegation say support from the US is vital. ...
The Supreme Court has ruled that UPS employee Peggy Young can proceed with her lawsuit against the shipping company for ...
LinkedIn is no longer an add-on career management activity; it has become essential for anyone who is serious about career advancement. And for women, who comprise only 23 of the S&P 500’s CEOs according to Catalyst, LinkedIn is poised to become a sledgehammer that will help tear down the glass ceiling once and for all.
When I was growing up in Rockford, Illinois, the after-school ritual of snacking on microwave popcorn while watching “Gilmore Girls” was a sacred one. I don’t mean to invoke the cliché that’s so often trotted out by women my age in the journalism industry so early on this essay, but the series spanned a time period in my life (2000-2007) in which I became the journalist I am today.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, msnbc.com profiled 11 different women leaders in the month of March who are fighting for women’s rights issues, including getting more women in technology, as well as achieving gender parity in business, women’s healthcare and human rights, equal pay, and beyond.
Women rarely have a problem announcing that they're going to have a baby, and will even post the ups and downs of pregnancy (including morning sickness and feeling fat) on Facebook. But when it comes to posting anything about a miscarriage, the experience is nearly never shared publicly out of sheer shame.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is President,Center For American Progress Neera Tanden; Republican Pollster Kellyanne Conway; Liberal Commentator Erin Matson; and Republican Strategist Rina Shah,
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This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss the retirement gap, "female Viagra," and the Ethiopian film Difret, with executive producer Angelina Jolie.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), IWF Executive Director Sabrina Schaeffer, Civil Rights Lawyer Jenifer Rajkumar,The Daily Mail’s Francesca Chambers
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