SAN ANTONIO — The Stanford women’s basketball team has won the NCAA Championship, edging out a 54–53 win over the Arizona Wildcats. The Wildcats had final control over the ball, but the Cardinal defense was just too strong, forcing a…
Germany's Green Party has placed the power to debate directly into the hands of women.
Two women in their twenties are trying to start a different conversation about women.
NASA astronauts Jessica Meir and Christina Koch conducted the first all-female spacewalk outside of the International Space Station. The spacewalk officially began at 7:38 a.m. ET and lasted for seven hours and 17 minutes, ending at 2:55 p.m. ET. The spacewalk went well, according to both astronauts, and they were even able to accomplish some get-ahead tasks on the station.
Delta flies from Salt Lake City to Houston every day, but one recent trip was a little different, packed with girls getting a behind-the-scenes lesson about aviation.
Homer. Herodotus. Sophocles. Plato. Aristotle. Demosthenes. Cicero. Vergil.
Two women a day are dying unnecessarily from heart attacks in England and Wales because of a gender gap in awareness, diagnosis and treatment, a leading health charity says.
More than 3.3 million American women ages 18 to 44 were raped the first time they had sexual intercourse, according to a new study, and "all demographic groups reported substantial roles of forced sexual initiation."
A university in Australia is combating gender inequality by adjusting the admission requirements for women applying for engineering, IT, and construction management degrees starting in 2020.
There are more single women in the workforce than ever, and that's having a profound effect on the US economy.
Long before Serena Williams became America's great tennis star, and even before Arthur Ashe made history, there was Althea Gibson.
Summer is almost over, but living in the desert, we know the sun is in full affect year round, which means so are the risks of skin cancer.
The women's world record in the mile run, which has stood for 23 years, finally fell on Friday.
Girlboss CEO and Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso has launched her newest venture: A LinkedIn-like platform for connecting "ambitious" women.
Across the US, obesity rates have risen and life expectancy has declined.
Manal al-Sharif, the Saudi woman who dared to drive, is once again taking to the open road to shine a global spotlight on the injustice taking place in Saudi Arabia.
Uber now lets women drivers in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia opt to pick up women passengers.
It wasn't a pledge or a promise, but Kamala Harris on Friday heartily embraced the idea of choosing a female vice president to create an all-woman ticket in her quest for the White House.
The University of North Carolina women's basketball coaching staff has been placed on paid administrative leave due to "issues raised by student-athletes and others," according to the school's athletics department.
Since early January, the Supreme Court has been considering whether to take up an Indiana abortion access law that goes to the core of landmark opinions like Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey.
Panel members in a two-day public hearing held by the US Food and Drug Administration this week agreed that efforts should be made to better inform patients about the risks and benefits of breast implants.
Karen Uhlenbeck, a mathematician and professor at the University of Texas, has been awarded this year's Abel Prize, a mathematics prize modeled after the Nobels. It's the first time the prize has gone to a woman.
A new production company wants to put more women and diverse perspectives into director roles for commercial ads. Its first project, a docu-series from lubricant brand KY, addresses a still very taboo topic: women's pleasure.
For the longest time, women who cook had to contend not just with sexism and harassment in the restaurant world, but a blatant lack of recognition. Things are starting to change with the #MeToo movement and on International Women's Day, we choose to honor it by dedicating it to the women in the business who have toiled, mostly out of the spotlight, and celebrating their achievements.