Now that Melinda Gates joins MacKenzie Bezos as philanthropists who make solo decisions, we wish her the best and applaud her continued generosity.
Needing a life change, caterer Bonnie Lee Black headed to Africa with the Peace Corps. Here, her journal of what she discovered about chickens, friendship—and herself.
In towns across the U.S., Muslim and Jewish women are quietly gathering to eliminate hate. Eileen Stukane shares this remarkable story just when our country needs it most.
Of course you want products that make you look and feel good. But do they have to pollute the environment? Diane MacEachern shares her knowledge and smart solutions
If you thought the U.S. was really bad about ageism and that developing countries treated their elders right, then you need to think again, according to a new report.
“Bingo wings.” “Cafeteria-lady arms.” Most of us have heard the nasty terms for our midlife upper arms. Writer Stephanie Dolgoff tells us why we should say, “Screw that!”
On International Women’s Day, a new report shows we’re decades away from gender parity in legislative bodies worldwide. We must do better.
Hundreds of women took a virtual adventure with us last week, having fun and listening to powerhouse speakers challenge us to make this chapter the best one yet, with only one sour note.
“Sweetie, if you’re not living on the edge, you’re taking up space,” said Flo Kennedy, a fierce, effective and under-appreciated activist fighting sexism and racism.
We mark 50 years since the release of the landmark album with this look at how the iconic singer is learning tolerance in a tumultuous time, not unlike the atmosphere in 1971.