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Women discuss police reform, new data on sexual assault, and Afghanistan's third gender.
Groundbreaking program for men in Rio De Janeiro’s favelas to stem the tide of violence
UVA suspends frats, the "Opting Out" myth, and the Turkish president on gender equality.
Obama's Immigration overhaul, Bill Cosby's rape allegations, and MS. Magazine Awards.
To The Contrary looks at the state of diversity in the Foreign Service.
The impact of women on the election, the downside of leave, and how women create peace.
Women in the upcoming elections, groundbreaking women in the marines, and IWF's new book.
Men get flexible work schedules, political ads woo women, and millennial voters
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The ridesharing company is promising reforms to ensure safety for clients.
We take a look back at a discussion from 2002 about normalizing relations with Cuba
Companies are trying to lure more women to take up jobs in the industrial sector.
The noted feminist and founder of Ms. magazine on her work with young feminists.
Activists hope to curb the shame women who have had an abortion are made to feel.
Ambassador Ayalde talks about her duties and experiences.
President Obama may tap federal prosecutor, Loretta Lynch to succeed Eric Holder.
A new study says discrimination is the reason overweight women make less money.
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How do men from violent backgrounds become great fathers?
A new VEET ad offends women
Professional Baseball player is criticized for missing opening day for child's birth.
The federal government is recognizing gay marriages in MI even though the state won't
Are women "too busy" to care about the pay gap? And why are those who do called "whiners"?
Jane Pauley talks about her new book, life callings and reinventing yourself after 50.
Single Dad Surrogacy