Getting out the vote in Georgia and orchestrating a new political playbook for the South are only two of Stacey Abrams’ accomplishments.
Kamala Harris was just elected as the first female vice president. Here Lorraine Glennon takes an in-depth look at the woman who has made history.
Trump’s assurance that he would be getting husbands back to work shows how little he knows of American women and of the past he wants to return us all to.
Barbara Res witnessed the bombast, bad deals, media manipulation, sexism, and racism. Here the long-time Trump employee and author of a new book relates the astonishing details.
Amid this year’s racial protests, a group called attention to social injustice by walking Harriet Tubman’s freedom journey. Here’s how they did it.
Everything about Dolly Parton is big, and a new documentary shows she was part of one of the biggest movements of our times—women’s equality—from the beginning of her career.
Last summer, she finally broke her silence about Trump’s alleged sexual attack on her in the 90s. Now E. Jean Carroll’s lawsuit is seeking damages for Trump’s recent comments about her.
Roughly 10 million people who said they cared about the environment didn’t vote in 2016. Jane Fonda and her 4,000 volunteers are having none of that this year.
Singer-songwriter Sara Hickman revised a Rolling Stones song, “Salt of the Earth,” as a tribute to those who have kept society going during COVID.
We got an answer to one burning question during Amy Coney Barrett’s confirmation hearing. Here’s why it’s making Sally Edelstein feel bad about herself.