One brilliant scientist suffered through her male supervisor getting credit for her work. But wait till you hear the stunning move she just made.
How are you supposed to react when the dermatologist essentially says, “Damn, woman, that flabby chin makes you look ancient”? Is giving her the finger too harsh?
If you’ve entered midlife with an annotated mental list of grievances, maybe it’s time to lighten the load. Janet Siroto shares how she’s doing just that.
The controversial singer is in the public eye again with her new memoir “Rememberings.” Maybe writer Janet Siroto can stop worrying about her.
Now that Melinda Gates joins MacKenzie Bezos as philanthropists who make solo decisions, we wish her the best and applaud her continued generosity.
Why are so many couples our age calling it quits? Here are answers—beyond pandemic stress—and some advice to avoid becoming a statistic.
The perfect podcast for Women’s History Month (or anytime): The History Chicks tell the stories of dynamic women from Cleopatra to Ella Fitzgerald and make it fun.
Midlife crushes are good for your marriage, your soul—and, um, other areas. So who do you have the hots for?
An artist has sparked a political movement—by needling Trump with needlework! Here we report on Diane Weymer’s “stitch ‘n’ bitch” effort.
We’re beyond heartsick at the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Read here what she says about the constitution and how to best uphold it.