1. This app is your new companion for nights out. No small detail, the time between leaving your friends and getting home safely at night can be an anxiety-producing experience for many women. That's why downloading an app like Kitestring is a great move. Consider the app a guardian angel of sorts—you let it know when you're in transit and how long it will take you to reach your destination. The app will send you a text message when the allotted time is used up. You can either click okay or enter a passcode to let the app know you're home safely. But if you don't respond, it will send an automatic text message to your pre-selected emergency contacts, notifying them that they should be checking up on you.
2. Instead of reading the onslaught of reports speculating about a 2016 presidential run, catch up with Hillary Clinton via her new memoir. The book, aptly titled Hard Choices, will detail her experience as secretary of state. The book is out June 10.
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3. There's a woman making history on Jeopardy! right now. According to Atlantic Wire, Sandie Baker is one of the winningest women in the show's history, winning six straight matches and earning $140,200 so far.
4. This new U.S. trailer for The Immigrant is gripping yet haunting. The film that garnered critical acclaim at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival is due out in the U.S. on May 16. Marion Cotillard plays a Polish immigrant filled with hope who becomes a prostitute working in 1920s America.
5. Two female lawmakers are taking on photoshopped advertisements. Reps Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) and Lois Capps (D-Calif.) have co-sponsored a bill that will diminish the use of images in ads that are heavily altered and deemed misleading to the general public, particularly teenagers and children.