A record 11 women are up in 2018, with 10 being Democrats. Cuts to after school programs and more money for school choice and religious schools. A problem usually thought of only happening in far off lands actually occurs in the US as well.Watch Video
The Education Secretary’s speech was met with protest by students. Senate Republicans defended their all-male panel. Skepticism as almost 90% of campuses reported 0 sexual assaults. Panel: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Francesca Chambers, Erin Matson, Anneke E. GreenWatch Video
The new healthcare law was heavily criticized by Democrats, but Republicans say the final bill will be improved. New rules about comp time vs. overtime pay arouse controversy. Hillary & Ivanka, more alike than you may think?Watch Video
How has the country fared over the course of the Donald Trump's first 100 days in office? Why was Ivanka Trump jeered at a women’s conference and how much influence does she have in the White House? We take a look at an innovative program to alleviate homelessness.Watch Video
Early Tuesday morning I awoke to the horrific news of the Manchester terror attack. A suspected suicide bomber killed at least 22 people and injured dozens more at an Ariana Grande concert.
I AM NOT a whistleblower or a leaker. I did not leave on the fiery coattails of a Twitter rant. Instead, I walked out of the building of a leading tech company on an otherwise unassuming Wednesday afternoon, the agreed-upon last day of my seven-year tenure, and took a deep breath.
Here's something that nobody saw coming: President Donald Trump recently signed two laws designed to help encourage young women to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
This is a tale of two tech startups. The first is a messaging app that allows a user to send a one-word greeting to a friend and nothing more. There is no messaging functionality, filtering features, or ability to provide a longer message. In time, it will come to send notifications for followers, with the message, “Yo,” and a link.
By Sallie Bingham:
This is for you, Keesha, laboring away in a windowless cubicle in Nashville to enable my new cell phone to work in France. This required two hours of ceaseless effort that included translating the questions of a higher-up male with an impenetrable East Indian accent, leaving me wrung out but never denting Keesha’s humor and calm competence.Read More »
This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss the women senators up for reelection (and we talk with three of them), Trump’s education budget cuts, and forced marriage in America.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Ann Stone, Women For Trump; Debra Carnahan, Former Judge and Federal Prosecutor; Avis Jones-DeWeever, Founder, Exceptional Leadership Institute for Women; Patrice Lee, Senior Fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum
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