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By PBS NewsHour
In the highly traditional world of classical music, one seldom sees women conductors. Among more than 20 of the nation's largest orchestras, only one is led by a woman director. Jeffrey Brown reports from the Dallas Opera, where an intensive…
One day after President Donald Trump was inaugurated, thousands of people joined the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., and other demonstrations around the world to advocate for reproductive, immigration, racial equality and worker’s rights. The NewsHour Weekend’s Ivette Feliciano reports…
By Corinne Segal
The Women’s March has reached Antarctica -- specifically, a ship of about 100 travelers on an expedition to the continent.
By News Desk
We'll be providing live coverage of the Women's March in Washington, D.C., and related demonstrations around the world. Join us all day Saturday for updates, photos and stories from people on the ground.
By Gretchen Frazee
Critics and some Trump opponents have cast the Women's March in Washington, D.C. as an anti-Trump protest, but organizers insist it’s a nonpartisan event aimed at advancing a specific policy agenda. But even if the groups behind the march coalesce…
By Nancy Benac, Associated Press
People planning to attend the Women's March in Washington cite a number of causes, from gay rights, reproductive freedom and immigrant rights to equal pay, among others.
By Denisa R. Superville, Education Week
Even though K-12 education is largely a female enterprise, men dominate the chief executive's office in numbers that look especially bleak given that the pool of talent is deep with women.
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
One of President-elect Donald Trump's first acts next year could come on Republican legislation to cut off taxpayer money from Planned Parenthood.
By Rebecca Robbins, STAT
Reproductive rights activists opposed to Donald Trump’s nominee for health secretary have hit upon a potent rallying cry: the cost of birth control.
On Tuesday’s election, 54 percent of women voters cast their ballots for Hillary Clinton while 42 percent voted for president-elect Donald Trump. Judy Woodruff speaks with Goldie Taylor of The Daily Beast and Missy Shorey of Maggie's List.
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