How this current administration is pushing more women to run for office, the women behind the president and two high profile deportation cases bring to light the lives of undocumented mothers.Watch Video
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WASHINGTON — Men outnumber women by more than 2-to-1 among top aides to President Trump so far, according to the White House and an analysis by USA TODAY. If that ratio holds as the president finishes filling out his staff, the percentage of women in the West Wing would be smaller than at least five of the last six presidential terms, the analysis shows.
Why do so many rightwing American women have bottle-blond hair, often worn girlishly long? I’m thinking of Kellyanne Conway, Ann Coulter and almost any woman on Fox News. Jonathan, London N16 Excellent question, Jonathan! I was pondering something similar myself recently while looking through Ivanka Trump’s fashion collection on ivankatrump.com, which seems to be one of the only places it is stocked these days.
The Oscar-nominated film "Hidden Figures" celebrates the true story of three African-American women who helped propel the U.S. space program to new heights. While Mary Jackson, Dorothy Vaughan and Katherine Johnson were breaking barriers at NASA, another hidden figure, Raye Montague, was making history at the U.S. Navy.
This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss the Trump family’s ethical conflicts, the GOP’s silencing and rebuking of Sen. Elizabeth Warren, and how romantic relationships between politically diverse couples are faring following the 2016 election.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Senior Fellow for Independent Women’s Voices Patrice Lee, United States Institute of Peace’s Manal Omar, Watchdog.org reporter Ashe Schow and Exceptional Leadership Institute for Women Founder Avis Jones DeWeever.
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