Two-time failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said Monday that she intends to continue fighting for women’s rights and to “remain on the front lines of democracy,” despite her 2016 election loss to President Donald Trump.
“Is there such a thing as nontoxic masculinity?”
That was the first question I was asked Friday evening at Black Cat in Washington, D.C., a music venue I found quite different from past experiences there watching Punk Rock Karaoke a couple of years ago. But times have changed.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will present the 2018 Hillary Rodham Clinton awards to individuals who advance women’s role in creating a more peaceful and secure world at a Georgetown University event next week.
A California waitress who inspired the iconic “Rosie the Riveter” poster died on Saturday at the age of 96.
Excerpts from a new research project released on Tuesday show the number of women involved in the shooting sports has increased over the last two years with some shooting disciplines seeing as much as a 189 percent boost.
Liberal activists, journalists, and celebrities lambasted first daughter Ivanka Trump after she praised Oprah Winfrey’s speech at the Golden Globe on Sunday, saying that Trump’s support for women is hypocritical because her father has been accused of sexual misconduct.
The State Department is spending $50,000 for conferences aimed at getting more female bloggers in India.
Hoda Kotb will be Matt Lauer’s permanent replacement as co-anchor of “Today,” but NBC is still paying her around $18 million less per year than her male predecessor, according to a new report.
Academics intend to establish the field of “critical menstrual studies” with the upcoming publication of the first-ever scholarly handbook devoted to the consideration of menstruation.