The senior Secret Service agent who said she did not want to take “a bullet” for President Trump and was removed from her leadership post nearly two years ago is helping organize a “Womxn’s” March on Denver January 19th as a member of the event’s executive leadership team, according to the march’s website.
The Cleveland chapter of the Women’s March has denounced all forms of discrimination and distanced itself from the national face of the Women’s March, as charges of anti-Semitism roil the organization.
A new Republican women’s group who is “fed up with Trump” and pouring cash into toss-up congressional districts is bankrolled solely by a male billionaire venture capitalist who is a major donor to Democratic campaigns and causes, Federal Election Commission filings show.
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg recently expressed doubts about some of the most high-profile #MeToo allegations, but that is not stopping one of the largest pro-abortion political action committees in the country from having him speak at a fundraiser.
Fifty women from America’s 50 states went to Capitol Hill last month to meet with federal lawmakers in an effort to advocate for gun rights.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan penned an op-ed published Tuesday in which he argued there are not enough Wikipedia biographies about women or females editing the free online encyclopedia.
President Donald Trump has nominated Marine Corps Col. Lorna Mahlock to be the first black female brigadier general, according to the military branch’s media office.
Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) on Tuesday once again used Equal Pay Day to signal her support for equalizing the gender pay gap between men and women—without addressing her own history of failing to pay Senate staffers equally.