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A New King of Sex Drive
    Check out the steps Switzerland is taking to keep prostitutes safe.

Skating for Justice Pages: 2 3 4 5
    Check out MC's piece on Bridie Farrell and abuse in skating.

NFL Fans Make the Most Festive Fanatics (PHOTOS) Pages: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
    Check out the best looks of football fanatics that scream team spirit. From costumes to face paint, these fan will stop at nothing to represent their true colors.

    Check out our interview with Alice Marick, the author of Status Update.

A New Kind of Threesome
    A recent Harris Interactive study conducted on behalf of mobile ID company Jumio found that 20 percent of 18-to-34-year-olds use their cell phones during sex. Marie Claire polled its readers to find out why.

Kate Bolduan: Background Check
    Kate Bolduan, the 30-year-old cohost of CNN's New Day, shares her predawn routine, best career advice, and the carb she just can't quit

Texas Judge Blocks Part of Controversial Abortion Law
    Federal judge in Texas blocked part of the state's restrictive new abortion law.

Beyond Borders
    A little-known piece of immigration legislation is leaving the futures of thousands of women hanging in the balance.

Occupy Sandy Wedding Registry to the Rescue
    On Amazon Wedding registries, it's not uncommon for couples to get creative. But how about a registry for Hurricane Sandy relief?

Made in New York Pages: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
    With more women-run startups than anywhere else in America (that includes you, Silicon Valley), the Big Apple is now home base for legions of young female entrepreneurs, like these moguls in the making. Want to run this town? Join the club

Big Shame on Campus Pages: 2
    Rape is all over university campuses; see what is being done about it.

Vanderbilt Fraternity Suspended for Rape Joke
    Vanderbilt University's chapter of Alpha Tau Omega has been suspended after a brother sent an email making light of rape.

Kirsten Gillibrand's New Rules for Our New Economy
    Women have made extraordinary economic strides since President Kennedy signed into law the Equal Pay Act 50 years ago — but we're not nearly there yet.

4 Fun Fashion Books We're Reading Now
    Check out the four fashion books we're reading now, including the Man Repeller, Simon Doonan's Asylum, Alexa Chung's 'It' and 'Break into Beauty.'

Even The Pope Wants to Change the Conversation on Women's Rights
    Even the pope wants to chance the conversation on women's rights.

Our Woman in Kabul
    Check out this article about diplomat Anne Smedinghoff in Kabul

Rethink the Pink Drink
    Check out what is behind the dangers of energy drinks.

First Miss America of Indian Descent Crowned; Angry Tweets Ensue
    "I swear I'm not racist but this is America."

Newly Rebuilt Jersey Shore Towns Ravaged by Fire

Men Convicted of Rape and Murder in Brutal New Delhi Rape Case
    Check out what is happening in New Delhi with the rape and murder case.

From Paris with Love: Part IV Pages: 2 3 4 5 6 7
    Check out these photos from Paris.

Are We Allowed to Gloat?
    Check out Lea Goldman's piece "Are We Allowed to Gloat" about working women and "opting out".

Lara Logan: Background Check
    Check out our interview with Lara Logan of 60 Minutes.

Home Girls
    Check out what Sandra Tsing Loh has to say about housewife blogs.

Pretty Is As Pretty Does
    After writer Jennifer Tress’ husband cheated on her (and blamed it on her looks!), she started a new life—now she’s changing other women’s lives, too.

No Sex and the City Pages: 2 3 4
    They're young, single, and totally available, but Japan's 20-and 30-somethings are choosing celibacy over hookups and dating. Why is this generation so turned off?

Jennifer Weiner Vs. the World Pages: 2
    Her 10 books have sold more than 4 million copies and have consistently landed her at the top of best-seller lists. So why is Jennifer Weiner still trying so hard to get noticed?

My Escape from North Korea Pages: 2 3
    After growing up under one of the harshest, most isolated regimes on earth, Eunjin Jung, along with her family, risked death to become one of only 146 North Korean defectors living in the United States

Womb Wars
    What you need to know about the next big abortion fight: the debate over "personhood."

I Survived: A Marie Claire Exclusive Pages: 2 3 4 5
    As the gun control debate rages on, Marie Claire gathered seven women who lived through Newtown, Aurora, and other mass shootings. In this exclusive, they reveal the truth about life after unthinkable trauma.

Italian for Beginners Pages: 2
    What happens when you leave big-city life to open a hotel in a picture-postcard village in Tuscany? If you're Ondine Cohane, you open another one

The Blogger vs. The Dictator (The Blogger vs. The Dictator)
    She's been called a liar, a traitor, a spy, and a hero. Cuban dissident Yoani Sánchez first caught the world's attention with — what else? — a blog.

Jessica Buchanan: Kidnapped! Pages: 2 3
    Check out our story about the aid worker, Jessica Buchanan and how she was captured by Somalian pirates for 93 days.

Queens of the Hill
    Connections are currency in the nation's capital. So if you want to get in with D.C. power players, start with these in-the-know women.

Risky Business Pages: 2 3 4 5
    Think your workday is stressful? Imagine leaping from 10 stories, hand-feeding sharks, or dismantling bombs. For these professional badasses, danger is just part of the job description.

Alyssa Mastromonaco: The White House Gatekeeper Pages: 2
    Of the many players working behind the scenes for the president, few wield as much quiet power as Alyssa Mastromonaco, 37, the White House deputy chief of staff for operations — and the woman who sits some 15 feet away from him.

Saving Sonali
    A 27-year-old acid attack victim in India desperately wanted to end her life — until she landed a spot on the country's hottest game show.

Theresia Gouw: Silicon Valley Big Shot Pages: 2
    Check out our interview with the successful venture capitalist, Theresia Gouw, of Accel Partners.

That's What She Said Pages: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
    We've compiled the funniest, most thought-provoking, and inspiring quotes of the month, said by our absolute favorite ladies of the moment!

My Sister's Keeper Pages: 2
    What happens when you lose an identical twin? Christa Parravani was 28 when her sister, Cara, died. Odds put her chances of meeting the same fate at 50 percent, and she started down a self-destructive path — until writing their story set her fr

From Pageants to Politics (01/01/13) Pages: 2 3 4
    Long derided for its swimsuits, sequins, and spray tans, the Miss American Pageant has undergone an extreme makeover, becoming an unlikely boot camp for political up-and-comers. Here she is — ready for office.

Falling Toward Grace Pages: 2 3 4 5
    Six years ago, a parachuting accident left extreme-sports daredevil Karina Hollekim near dead. Doctors said she’d never walk again, that her life as she knew it was over. But in the grueling years that followed, Hollekim had an epiphany: What if

Is This Really Goodbye? Pages: 2 3 4
    As Hillary Clinton prepares to step down as secretary of state, the most accomplished, and arguably, misunderstood woman in recent history insists she's done with public life for good.

Rock Your Vote: A Presidential Candidate Primer Pages: 2 3 4 5 6 7
    Still not sure if you're an Obama Girl or a Romney-ac? Our election cheat sheet explains where the presidential candidates stand on seven key issues. Take this to the polls!

What We Love About October Pages: 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
    Here is what you need to do, see, read, and talk about in October 2012.

While You Were Sleeping Pages: 2 3
    Blockbuster sleep drug Ambien has been hailed as a lifesaver, by women especially, who depend on it to conquer insomnia and jet lag. But its bizarre, sometimes tragic side effects raise alarming questions about the go-to-bedtime fix.

Portion Control Pages: 2 3
    The most potent weapon in your antiaging arsenal may be scaling back at mealtime.

Running in Heels (10/01/2012) Pages: 2 3
    Attention, political junkies: 2012 is a record year for female candidates. Meet the women to watch (and vote for) this campaign season.

Republican National Convention 2012
    Live from Tampa Bay, Florida, we are covering the speeches, panels, and debates taking place at the 2012 Republican National Convention.

Democratic National Convention 2012
    Live from Charlotte, North Carolina, we are covering the speeches, panels, and debates taking place at the 2012 Republican National Convention.

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