"I am trying to move on, I have left everything in the hands of God."
Today calls for some serious celebrating.
"It's easier to tell your kids, 'Character matters, being a good person matters.'"
Razor-thin margins in the critical battleground state could point to a recount.
Engelbert brought business savvy, and compassion, when the WNBA needed it most.
No one watching the debate was a winner, but there was a clear choice on which candidate came out on top.
"Everything is on the line in this election—our health, our rights, our bodies, and our futures."
Everyone is after your data—it's being tracked, stored, stolen, and used against you. Here's how to protect yourself online.
The organization is fighting revenge porn, stalkerware, and more.
"There's no way to overstate the power of women to determine the future of this country, and this is the year to do it."
"We have seen the kinds of attacks that are leveled against women when they run for higher office."
In addition to the wage gap, new research from LeanIn.org shows that there are numerous "invisible" injustices as well.
Vanessa Pappas is TikTok’s secret weapon, leading the unequivocally popular—and controversial—app into a future unknown.
Systemic racism has made COVID-19 more deadly, especially for Black people.
Mikki Kendall, author of Hood Feminism, on the movement's problems: "Solidarity can't be a one way street."
Even if you don't want to run for office, there are still key ways to make a difference in your community.
Harrison is the first Black person and the third woman to ever lead the NYPD's team that handles sex crimes.
When you give to charity, you might be eligible for a tax deduction (a fancy way of saying your taxable income is lowered).