Twenty-four hours after giving birth to her son, Jessica Inholt was separated from him. Now, raising him is a family affair.
By Megan Thompson
Seventy-five women are running for office in the Indiana state legislature, double the number that did in 2014, and the number of GOP women running for office has risen from 15 to 23. In a deep red state where women…
By Megan Thompson, Mori Rothman
Wikipedia's coverage on women is less comprehensive, and its volunteer editor base is mostly male. What can be done to change the numbers?…
By Tamar Carroll, Lara Nicosia, The Conversation
War is a reality of life in Afghanistan, but it's not all-consuming, say a delegation of Afghan women leaders who recently visited Washington. The country is also undergoing significant social and cultural shifts around gender and leadership. Judy Woodruff talks…
By PBS NewsHour
Along with Scandinavia’s first female imam, Mariam mosque in Copenhagen is reinterpreting the Koran with a focus on women’s rights, including the right to marry outside the faith and file for divorce. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Malcolm Brabant reports on…
By PBS NewsHour
In the years after Rwanda's genocide, how did women come to make up a large portion of the nation's parliament? Author and activist Swanee Hunt says their women's movement that grew out of necessity. Hunt, a former ambassador and founding…
By Gayle Tzemach Lemmon, special correspondent
A ground-level look at what has changed between northern Syria today and six months back, when a fight against ISIS dominated the headlines.
In a weekend of Women's Marches, families and friends across the country spotlighted missing and murdered Indigenous women and transgender people.
By Danica Kirka, Sandy Cohen and Tamara Lush, Associated Press
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.
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