by Beenish Ahmed Nov 30, 2015
Despite the international outcry against El Salvador’s harsh anti-abortion laws, 38 states in the U.S. have similar measures that criminalize women for endangering their unborn children even though abortion is legal in most cases across the country.
by Jess Colarossi Nov 20, 2015
While some countries move ahead, the U.S. recently fell in global rankings on women's equality.
by Laurel Raymond Nov 5, 2015
New research reveals yet another fine line for women to walk.
by Bryce Covert Sep 29, 2015
Without their entrance into the workforce and significant increase in earnings, income inequality would have grown much faster.
by Bryce Covert Sep 17, 2015
Men and women have nearly identical poverty rates until age 18, but then women become at much greater risk.
by Sam P.K. Collins Sep 14, 2015
Despite improvements, there is much more to do.
by Bryce Covert Sep 3, 2015
While both men and women don't have enough saved for retirement, women fall much further behind.
by Bryce Covert Aug 31, 2015
Previous policies that required employees to get permission to marry and simply fired those who got pregnant have been phased out, according to the company.
by Bryce Covert Aug 25, 2015
The company used tests to screen applicants that allegedly kept out women and people of color.
by Beenish Ahmed Aug 24, 2015
Saudi Arabian women will get to cast ballots and run in the country's December elections, but other restrictions on them -- and a closed political system -- mean their votes may not amount to much.