They go to school in Atlanta's majority-Black DeKalb County
By Caroline Kitchener
‘If people think that these protests aren’t linked to getting elected representation, they’re just not paying attention’
By Lena Felton
She plays Zuri, the central character in the newly released audiobook
By Soo Youn
It would mark a momentous departure from the position of past first ladies
By Sydney Page
Impromptu celebrations erupted in cities across the country
By The Lily News
"It was not forced and he did not hesitate."
First-person // Perspective
Now she can see herself in the vice president
By Nikita Gupta
For four years, I have felt less safe than ever before
By Adiba Nelson
More than 2 million women had dropped out of the labor force entirely as of October. Many are moms of elementary-school-aged children.
By Heather Long
The gender gap usually ebbs and flows based on men’s behavior, not women’s, experts say. Women are more static.
By Samantha Schmidt
Margo Borders filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Brett Hankison, alleging he sexually assaulted her and claiming he has a pattern of preying on women.
By Jaclyn Peiser