She was a doctor who knew the risks. She still got hooked on opioids.
The organization's new president and CEO on what she calls the “civil-rights movement of the 21st century.”
Thankfully, we had so many to choose from.
If anyone tries to tell you this election isn't a revolution, show them these statistics.
Jamal Khashoggi's editor Karen Attiah on the days since her columnist was apparently brutally murdered.
The daughter of immigrants herself, Judge Dolly Gee won't let Trump amend the Flores Settlement Agreement.
One Salvadoran teenager recounts being separated from her mother at the U.S.–Mexico border in June.
It's not just 'Roe' you should worry about.
Oh, she's unmarried and has a baby—and doesn't care what anybody has to say about it.
The IUD is the most effective contraceptive the world has ever seen. So why aren’t more women using it?
People have told her she won't win because she's black. She's not listening.
Like the rest of us, sometimes she sees the tweets and she laughs.
Pamela Fletcher talks about her rise as one of few high-ranking female executives in the male-dominated car business.
With her new book BRAVE, one of the original whistleblowers on sexual assault in Hollywood continues to tell her truth.
The Jane the Virgin star wants to redefine masculinity.
A woman may not be in the White House, but there were myriad other female-driven victories to celebrate this year.
She exposed Roger Ailes and a wave of accusations followed. Here's what she says we need to do next.
One-year after Donald Trump’s election, Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards talks about the road ahead.
Brianna Wu, the woman at the center of the Gamergate scandal, shares how she overcame harassment from strangers.
Here's why we need women in office now more than ever.
Hint: It's time to get personal.
Step 1: Make news.