Sen. Mazie Hirono, Lana Condor, Tina Tchen, and more on what it will take to create meaningful change in this country.
Physical and mental well-being cannot be separated. These changemakers are working to ensure you have both.
After inserting some cultural realness into the Bachelor franchise, the former Bachelorette is ready to dig even deeper.
In the face of decades of cultural erasure, the Sámi women are striving to keep their culture, language, and livelihoods alive.
Fans from a new digitally savvy generation are putting their stamp on the traditional greeting-card business.
With their superhero epic delayed, Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh talk the real-life plot twists 2020 is throwing at them.
An oral history of the film that rewrote the modern Hindi rom-com.
“They say silence is violence, and I refuse to be complicit in my silence.”
A hard look at voter data reveals the true impact women have on who gets to sit in the Oval Office.
Everyone is after your data—it's being tracked, stored, stolen, and used against you. Here's how to protect yourself online.
The queen of the Internet is going offline to build a better future for her kids—and the rest of us.
"The show exposes the extent to which relationships are about trading sex for money—or, less bluntly, love for security."
A rideshare is supposed to be the safe option after a night out, but for these women, the reality was the opposite.
Ciara McDonald, a single mother of three in Jackson, Mississippi, received $1,000 a month for a year. Here’s what happened.
Nicole Shanahan and Sergey Brin’s struggle to start a family launched a new era in scientific research. The goal: End menopause.
Makeda Davis emerged from more than seven years in prison to a life that is complicated, unfamiliar, and, sometimes, soul crushing.
After saying goodbye to '2 Dope Queens,' the comedian is building her next chapter, starting with a Comedy Central show.
With little federal support, the female leaders of this matriarchal society have had to take matters into their own hands.
The 'Nikki Fre$h' star is living the simple life she was always meant to.
If the past year has proven anything, it's that women have come a long way in the space program—but we still have light-years to go.
These changemakers—teens and septuagenarians alike—are putting in the work to right our environmental wrongs before it's too late.
Emily Rostkowski is an oncology nurse and cancer survivor herself. But now she spends her days in the center of the coronavirus storm.
In California, homeless and housing-insecure families struggle to find safe places to shelter from coronavirus.
"For a long time while I was in the public eye, I didn’t know who the real me was."
"I’ve probably only now come to realize that everybody has something growing up. That just happened to be my thing."
After five years as Alexis Rose on the hit comedy, the world is waiting to see what the actress does next.
So is she.
You want a child. You don’t want to do it alone. What do you do? For many women, the answer is raising a kid with their BFF.
The actress on her personal style, couch reading, and texting with her 'See' co-stars.
When hospital bills for her rape kit sent Cate Smithson to collections, she didn't just get mad. She overhauled the system.
With the highly anticipated sequel to Children of Blood and Bone, the 26-year-old proves she's just getting started.
In next month's 'Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,' she bids goodbye to feminist force Rey and embarks on her next adventure.
Is Churchome's Instagrammable message reframing Christianity or helping the organization rake in millions?
A new ruling brings women one step closer to ridding themselves of the sham procedure for good.
No procedure exists that can prove virginity, yet dangerously unscientific virginity tests occur regularly—even in the United States.
From environmental science to adaptive wear, these young women are changing the game.
Meet 50 women who made bold moves, raised major capital, and wowed us with their fearless vision.
What incredible products, treatments, and technologies are on our horizon?
This month, the boundary-pushing sleuth lands on the small screen in the CW’s new Nancy Drew series. But she was always a YA badass.
The beloved Bachelorette opens up about Luke, Jed, and what’s next for her: “I am totally okay on my own.”
The writer/talking head/Twitter incendiary the internet loves to hate always has more to say...
By shifting seamlessly from comic genius to dramatic force, social media to silver screen, she represents a next-level kind of stardom.
The outspoken U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team cocaptain has emerged as a model for a new kind of activist athlete.
By proving progressive, provocative voices like hers deserve to be heard, she’s redefining country music for a new generation.
Is there anything the actress, model, singer, author, activist, and daredevil can't do?
The 20-year-old breakout star on grappling with Instagram, trans visibility, and newfound fame.
As the flick turns 30, let's reflect on her perfection as a rom-com BFF.
Women across the country are self-treating their depression and anxiety with hallucinogenic mushrooms. Is it working?
This is Marie Claire's everything guide to anxiety: What it is. Why you have it. And how to treat it.
For better or worse, Julia Louis-Dreyfus's character was one of the first truly multifaceted TV heroines.
The news cycle moved on, but Salerno, Italy, the town that became the final resting place for 26 migrant women has not forgotten them.
The actress, who stars in this month's 'Men in Black: International,' is the change she wants to see in Hollywood.
No one was more surprised than Theron to find herself in her first-ever rom-com.
The 'You’re the Worst' star is earning rave reviews for holding her own in the glamorous 'Fosse/Verdon.'
Salli Garrigan, a Columbine shooting survivor, didn't think her story mattered—until Parkland.
CBD is everywhere now. We'll spend a whole week exploring how that happened and what it means for you.
On-screen and off, these women are shaping the future of Hollywood.
She was a doctor who knew the risks. She still got hooked on opioids.
From clear backpacks to walkouts, one 16-year-old student reflects on the past year in Parkland.
This month, the Oscar-winning actress faces her fears—and ours!—in Jordan Peele's new horror movie, 'Us.'
She places family above all, from the roles she chooses to filming schedules—and remains grounded in the life she's built for herself.
The organization's new president and CEO on what she calls the “civil-rights movement of the 21st century.”
The royal stylist-slash-BFF has carefully charted a path to greatness.