The Saudi government app implements existing law by including a setting where Saudi men can grant or deny their spouses, daughters and minor sons the ability to travel abroad.
By Rachel Lerman, Aya Batrawy, Associated Press
For poet Hala Alyan, year 29 was an "emotional border" comprised of necessary endings and new beginnings.
By Lora Strum
Long seen as a bastion of support for Republicans, the face of the U.S. military and its veterans is changing — and perhaps too is their political bent.
By Hope Yen, Jennifer McDermott, Associated Press
The appointments of Democrats Rochelle Thuy Nguyen and Beatrice Angela Duran to two Las Vegas-area legislative seats give women 51 percent of the 63 seats in the Legislature.
By Michelle L. Price, Associated Press
By Mark Lewis, Associated Press
The aura of this year's Nobel announcements has been dulled by questions over why so few women have entered the pantheon, particularly in the sciences.
By Pamela Druckerman
What makes older French women so radiant, and have more active sex lives than American women? Journalist Pamela Druckerman wanted to know how women in her adoptive country cope with looking older. She found the secret is simply to aspire…
By Christina A. Cassidy, Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
Women are not just running for office in record numbers this year — they are winning.
Drought is drying up farms across Afghanistan, cracking the earth and threatening the only way of life the majority has ever known. It's in the fields where a new war is being waged between two forces the people can't control:…
In Saudi Arabia, as a women’s driving ban is lifted Sunday, human rights advocates are criticizing the country’s remaining restrictions on women.
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