In a weekend of Women's Marches, families and friends across the country spotlighted missing and murdered Indigenous women and transgender people.
By Jenni Monet
Thousands of people have turned out in central London despite sleet and snow to show solidarity with women around the world in demanding equality, justice and an end to harassment.
By Danica Kirka, Sandy Cohen and Tamara Lush, Associated Press
As they marched, protesters in New York City reflected on the year of activism that followed the 2017 Women's March.
By Rebecca Oh
What kind of hostilities do female economists face, and why? A recent paper highlights the sexualization of women in the field: In a list of the top words that correlated most frequently with women interviewing for jobs, none had anything…
By Paul Solman
By Ryan J. Foley, Associated Press
A former organizer for Donald Trump in Iowa who filed a legal complaint accusing the campaign of gender discrimination has decided not to pursue a lawsuit.
By Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press
Experts say 2018 is on track to be a historic year, with more women saying they are running at this point than ever before.
The way women operate today in the public sphere is not too different from how they did in the literature of Homer or the Middle Ages, says Mary Beard, a leading feminist and expert in ancient history. Beard joins Jeffrey…
Any employer that is not out in the field actively meeting and recruiting the best talent is never going to solve its talent problem.
By Fred de Sam Lazaro
The first all-female college in Rwanda is making strides in empowering women from all backgrounds to become the nation’s next business leaders, part of an effort to leave behind an image of a violent country, wracked by genocide. At the…
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