SCOTUS reviews the Obamacare mandate. A celebrity couple's custody battle raises questions over a woman's right to relocate. Jezebel.com founder Anna Holmes talks about feminism and flaws in women's media.Watch Video
New research suggests men are not more biologically inclined to violence than women. Former VP Dick Cheney's daughters, Liz and Mary, publicly debate gay marriage. How education can help stop girls from becoming married too early around the world.Watch Video
The president delay's Obamacare, announcing the formerly insured can keep their insurance for another year. The first lady announces her education initiative at a local high school. A new certification rewards companies helping to progress women in the workplace.Watch Video
A new report card on states' efforts to combat modern slavery. Military does not see drop in female recruits despite increasing reports of sexual assault. Gillibrand's FAMILY Act promises to reward working families with new paid leave program.Watch Video
Contraception Mandate: SCOTUS reviews the Obamacare mandate; Parental Custody Laws: A mother's right to relocate; ...
A new study shows people are more likely to identify as Republican if they have daughters. Having more daughters than sons ...
Michigan will join more conservative states in requiring residents who want health insurance coverage for abortions to buy an extra policy, after Republican legislators passed the law Wednesday over the objections of Democrats who pleaded for them to take the issue to voters instead.
When I started thinking about running for the Senate, there was just one person — after my husband — I knew I had to consult: Barbara Mikulski. At the time, the tough-as-nails former social worker from Maryland was one of only two women serving in the Senate, and the first Democratic woman elected in her own right.
The BBC must put more women on air "as a matter of urgency" and also improve the quality and distinctiveness of its peaktime drama and current affairs, according to new guidelines set out for the corporation in an attempt to put a turbulent year behind it.
It is true, some nuns have been oppressive and narrow-minded; but there is also a case for including religious sisters in the canon of feminism, certainly when it comes to the education of girls. It was Germaine Greer who pointed out that if Irish nuns hadn't tramped across the broiling Australian desert in the 19th century, young women in Australia would have had virtually no education.
TTC Panelists Discuss Corporations and Religion. a High-Profile Custody Battle, and the Feminist Site JezebelNovember 27, 2013
Our panel this week is: Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton (D-DC), Center for Equal Opportunity Chair Linda Chavez; Red Alert Politics Editor Francesca Chambers, and The Gender Equality Project’s Megan Beyer.
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