May is a good month for Cher and Candice Bergen, who are both hitting the three-quarters century mark. Happy Birthday to these two stars who keep surprising and entertaining us.
Mom is vaccinated. The daughter has a secret. After a year apart, they work through the awkwardness of meeting again face to face.
Now that Melinda Gates joins MacKenzie Bezos as philanthropists who make solo decisions, we wish her the best and applaud her continued generosity.
Half of married respondents in a recent NextTribe survey said financial concerns were keeping them in their marriage. Wait, is this still happening in the 21st Century?
A biotech firm is creating a drug that would slow the depletion of a woman’s eggs. Maybe for 10 to 15 years. Would you sign up for this?
We loved Olympia Dukakis for many reasons, but especially because she was a late bloomer who reminded us of all we can achieve at this age.
How about plan your own Mother’s Day celebration? Here’s a simple solution to the problem of gift-giving-impaired family members. Start planning now.
Clara Lamore Walker didn’t win medals at the 1948 Olympics, but 32 years later, at the age of 54, she returned to the pool and began setting records.
How close should they get? Would she wash her own dishes? Do you ever stop mothering? An extended visit from her daughter prompted Candy Schulman to consider these and other questions.
A new campaign for a vaginal insert that treats painful sex reminds us of Viagra and Cialis ads. Does it make you want to cringe or celebrate?
Today, the pioneer in first-name fame turns 80, and we celebrate her multi-faceted career and the TV show that introduced her to a whole new generation.
Maya Wiley’s campaign to be the first female mayor of New York City is picking up steam. Here, she tells us why the city (and the whole planet) needs more women at the top.
In addition to the first Korean to win an acting Oscar, Glenn Close and Frances McDormand provided much-needed humor and spontaneity at last night’s Academy Awards.
After summiting Everest at 47, Vanessa O’Brien now holds 4 world mountaineering records. In this excerpt from her new book, she describes her path to the top.
Good sleep is essential to good health, even more so as we get older. But if you’re ignoring this truism, 2 news studies are your, uh, wake up call.
Judy Woodruff, Connie Chung, Andrea Mitchell, and others weigh in on the impact of the four journalists who are the subject of the book “Susan, Linda, Nina and Cokie.”
A video showing police using excessive force against a frail grandmother has prompted a criminal investigation and the question: Where the f**k has common decency gone?