To Her Stepchildren, Kamala Harris Is "Momala"
"They are my endless source of love and pure joy," she's said.
My Son Was the Shooter
Seventeen years after Columbine, Sue Klebold is standing up for mental health awareness.
By Kate Storey
Inside the USC Sexual Abuse Scandal: Three Women Tell Their Stories
Nearly 500 women have come forward with allegations of misconduct against Dr. George Tyndall, the former USC gynecologist. Here are three of their stories.
By Cady Drell
In Navajo Nation, Women Are on the Front Lines of COVID-19
Navajo Nation, a Native American Reservation spanning three states, has the highest amount of COVID-19 cases per capita in the U.S. With little federal assistance and a vulnerable population, the women of this matriarchal society are leading the fight.
By Mara Santilli
Police Said They Couldn't Find the Men Who Gang-Raped This Woman While Her 2-Year-Old Watched. Then Another Woman Was Raped.
In August, the Independence Police Department closed Taylor Hirth's case. Now a man has been charged with raping her and endangering her child.
By Andy Kopsa
Irish Women Want Their Bodies Back
Ireland is so rigidly anti-abortion, its law criminalizing the procedure is written into its constitution. On the eve of a referendum to repeal the ban, women are leading the charge to end reproductive restrictions that have endangered their health for nearly 100 years.
By Jennifer Duggan
A Test With No Answer
No procedure exists that can prove virginity, yet dangerously unscientific virginity tests occur regularly—even in the United States. Marie Claire, in partnership with the Fuller Project, investigates the controversial exams and the gray area surrounding them that endangers both patients and medical professionals.
By Sophia Jones
To End Sexual Abuse in Churches, Dismantle Purity Culture
The Christian church’s norms provide the perfect cover for sexual predators—and leave their victims feeling like the sinners.
By Leslie Goldman
How Do We Find Joy Again?
This year was tumultuous, trying, and, frankly, terrible. Yet we humans, resilient species that we are, can—and must—let ourselves feel happiness once more.
By Meena Harris
Chrissy Teigen Is in Command
The queen of the Internet is going offline to build a better future for her kids—and the rest of us.
By Alyse Whitney
Prince Harry and Jill Biden Are Close Friends IRL, Apparently
Prince Harry and Jill Biden are such good friends that Joe Biden has apparently joked that Jill spends "too much damn time with Prince Harry."
By Kayleigh Roberts
Hillary Clinton Reacts to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Winning the 2020 Presidential Election
Hillary Clinton posted on Instagram on Saturday less than an hour after Joe Biden was declared the projected winner of the 2020 presidential election.
By Kayleigh Roberts
How Kamala Harris' Birthright Citizenship Spiraled Into a Racist Controversy
No, it's not an issue, and yes, the controversy is racist.
By The Editors
Hillary's Last Days on the Campaign Trail
The week before Election Day, Hillary Clinton invited longtime friend Capricia Penavic Marshall—former special assistant to the First Lady and Social Secretary during the Clinton Administration, then later Chief of Protocol for the State Department—to travel with her. Marshall exclusively shares her memories from that time here.
By Capricia Marshall
Who Killed Claudia Gomez?
A year ago this month, a 20-year-old Guatemalan woman seeking opportunity in the U.S. was shot dead by a Border Patrol agent in Texas. A video of the killing went viral on Facebook and spurred a media outcry, yet neither the agent’s name nor why he opened fire has ever been made public. In the first of our series on women and migration, we ask, will her family ever get justice?
By Lauren Bohn
Taylor Swift Calls Out Donald Trump's "Calculated Dismantling of USPS"
Taylor Swift took to Twitter to call out Donald Trump for his dismantling of the United States Postal Service in the lead up to the election.
By Kayleigh Roberts
Trolls Thought I Was Anthony Weiner’s Cyber Mistress
Ten years later, I realize I shouldn’t have been ashamed.
By Megan Broussard
Here's What You Need to Know from Justin Trudeau's Rolling Stone Profile
Besides the fact that the cover is fire.
By Megan Friedman
Senators Cory Booker and Kirsten Gillibrand Quiz Each Other on Personal Trivia
Senators Cory Booker and Kirsten Gillibrand, who are both rumored to be running for the 2020 Democratic Presidential nomination, play Marie Claire's game "How Well Do You Know Your Co-Worker?" in this new video. Learn trivia and fun facts about the politicians here.
By Danielle McNally
Anthony Scaramucci Is Out of His White House Job—Yes, Already
President Trump has decided to remove him as communications director.
By Megan Friedman
Soledad O'Brien's "Matter of Fact Listening Tour" Continues With a Fierce Dissection of American Identity
The next segment, "To Be An American: Identity, Race And Justice," brings together creators and thought leaders such as Judas and the Black Messiah director Shaka King and New York Times 1619 Project creator Nikole Hannah-Jones.
By Lauren Puckett-Pope
They Fled Domestic Violence in a Pandemic. Then Came the Winter Storm.
Domestic abuse survivors in Dallas are facing trauma on top of trauma.
By Lorena O'Neil
I Worked on Merrick Garland's Confirmation. Here's What I Learned
There are many similarities between 2016 and today—and many differences.
By Emily Tisch Sussman
Lady Gaga Gave a Stunning Performance at Biden's Inauguration
Will the dove pin run in 2024?
By Neha Prakash
Joe Biden Needs to Trust a Black Woman to Become His Vice President
We need a VP candidate with a first-hand understanding of the systemic racism that's so deeply woven into the fabric of our country.
By Moné Holder
Sorry, Melania: It Takes More Than Fashion to Emulate Jackie Kennedy
The Trump administration continues to push the comparisons between Jackie O and FLOTUS, but iconic first ladies are more than their outfits.
By Jennifer Stavros
Ella Emhoff Makes Her New York Fashion Week Debut at Proenza Schouler
The Vice President's stepdaughter signed on with IMG Models earlier this year.
By Chloe Foussianes
A Black Woman Must Be Appointed to Kamala Harris’s Senate Seat
It's not only the best choice for the state, but necessary for the nation.
By Glynda Carr
Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Funeral Will Make History
She'll be the first women to ever lie in state at the U.S. Capitol.
Get Ready to Feel Every Single Feeling: Justin Trudeau Met a Child of Syrian Refugees Who Was Named After Him