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Step 1: Make news.
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Brianna Wu, the woman at the center of the Gamergate scandal, shares how she overcame harassment from strangers.
Michelle Obama's former policy director reveals her essentials while campaigning.
"I'm grateful for models and mentors in my life who believed in me and challenged me to dream bigger dreams.”
We surveyed over 700 women to uncover everything from what's motivating them to their biggest fears, and the results are fascinating.
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You'll find the young voters on Snapchat and Instagram.
These four rules will have you dominating the stage.
Avoid flubs, freak-outs, and media fails with the help of the reporters who know best.
"When someone sells you short, you have to ‘kill ‘em with competence."
Insight into life on the campaign trail from the winners.
"If you want to judge me, awesome, go for it."
Which you can (and should) follow ASAP.
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The mastermind of Bieber's "Sorry" and Selena's "Good for You" is starting to make her own waves.
Will you accept this rosé?
The 'Split' actress talks everything from NYE plans to her love of mac and cheese.
Save us, Felicity Jones.
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A chat with CNN's Isha Sesay about the documentary that's going to make you cry.
Let her explain.
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