The pandemic has forced our work friendships to evolve. Will they ever be the same?
The pandemic has completely upended how we do our jobs. This is Marie Claire's guide to navigating your career in a COVID-19 world.
See what Yara Shahidi, Michaela Coel, Jennifer Coolidge, and more stars are wearing.
Not me still listening to "Drivers License" on repeat!
Here, MC debunks common abortion myths you may be increasingly hearing since Texas' near-total abortion ban went into effect.
"I still burn for you." —Avril Lavigne and also Daphne Bridgerton
Twenty years ago, these women told the stories of leaders, first responders, witnesses, and victims. Today, they tell their own.
Susan Miller, then the news copy desk chief, watched smoke billow past her office windows. She decided to keep working anyway.
Nancy Gibbs reflects on writing the cover story for the black-bordered special issue many people still have saved today.
Helen Hoang's latest romance is MC's September book club pick. Read an excerpt here.
She withdrew from the event due to a medical issue, according to USA Gymnastics.
Andrea Bartz's upcoming thriller is MC's August #ReadWithMC pick.
On the film’s 20th anniversary, singer Hoku discusses the making of the song and why she left the spotlight shortly afterward.
Urquiza's nonprofit, Marked By COVID, continues to demand answers and challenge our country's response to grief.
May your WiFi connection be spotty and your toes scrunched deep in the sand.
"It really hits home how many spaces don’t allow Black women to really show up as their authentic selves."
It would have been their mother's 60th birthday today.
You know, in between the pool and the fireworks.
Mia McKenzie's latest book is MC's July #ReadWithMC pick.
In her new book, Yoke, the yoga teacher and entrepreneur explores American yoga's link to capitalism, white supremacy, and more.