Women contribute to the struggle against ISIS. The correlation between the decline in marriages among young adults and their financial status. We speak to the woman running to become the first Democratic Governor of Texas in 20 years.Watch Video
NFL handling domestic violence, Hillary Clinton on women voting, and an historic picture of three female freed slaves.Watch Video
The league's handling of the Ray Rice case is questioned as survivors share personal stories. The terrorist group both recruits and enslaves women. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand talks about how to empower women in her new book, "Off the Sidelines."Watch Video
"Security Moms" & ISIS: Women contribute to the struggle against ISIS. Money & Marriage: The correlation between the decline ...
Three-fourths of Americans surveyed in a Pew Study believe that the influence of religion is declining when to comes to ...
The Supreme Price traces the legacy of the Abiola family, who battled for gender equality and political freedom in a nation where both have been brutally repressed for decades.
There has been plenty of recent discussion about women and the Internet, from what law enforcement can do to make it safe for women to live, work and write online to economic schemes for rescuing the internet comments sections from their own worst tendencies. Pop culture this fall seems to have a novel and sour twist on the question, suggesting that women should stay away from the Internet and social media or risk turning into narcissistic, obsessive, mercenary morons.
Take Monday's edition of the Alex Trebek-hosted game show, whose category "What Women Want" has touched off a social media firestorm. "What Women Want" isn't a bad idea for a category, actually, but the "answers" proved incendiary when they indicated ladies largely desire jeans, exercise and vacuum cleaners.
Women-owned businesses are on the rise, both nationally and in North Carolina. As of 2007, women owned 7.8 million of our nation’s 27 million firms, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Locally, women owned 29.3 percent of Asheville’s 12,773 businesses, putting the city above both national and state averages (28.8 percent and 28.2 percent, respectively).
This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss women both fighting ISIS and others supporting the terrorists, the relationship between falling marriage rates and money, and Wendy Davis as candidate for Governor of Texas.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Former Judge and Prosecutor Debra Carnahan, Advisor, Center for American Progress Danielle Moodie-Mills, The Heritage Foundation’s Jennifer Marshall, and Republican Strategist Rina Shah
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This week on To The Contrary with Bonnie Erbe, our panelists discuss the NFL, women CEOs and domestic violence, Hillary Clinton’s call for a new women’s movement, and a powerful photograph of freed female slave after Reconstruction.
On the panel this week joining host Bonnie Erbe is Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton; Daily Signal Senior Contributor Genevieve Wood; Pres., Incite Unlimited, Avis Jones-DeWeever; and Senior Fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum, Patrice Lee.
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To The Contrary Host: Bonnie Erbé
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