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Fox News Host Thinks Young Women Shouldn't Vote or Serve on Juries

Why these generalizations serve no one. Read More »

These Three Women Saw a Community Need--and Stepped in to Serve

Last month, we celebrated the winners of the first-ever Roslyn S. Read More »

Tags: Philanthropy

Going Off Script with Rachel Grady, Director of MAKERS: Women in War

Rachel Grady talked to soldiers and CIA agents, an army nurse and a helicopter pilot (MJ Hegar, in the featured image). Read More »

Women Rise Ranks and Lead Troops in These Inspiring Films

In Hollywood, men have been wielding guns and fighting wars for what seems like forever. And for most of America's history, those movies were simply reflecting reality: the military was exclusive to men. Read More »

Tags: Women in War

Leslie Jones Is Saturday Night Live's New Featured Player

This morning, Saturday Night Live announced that Leslie Jones will join the show's featured player cast after she served as a writer on the show last season. Read More »

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Knows She's Tumblr-Famous, Has 'Quite a Large Supply' of Notorious RBG Shirts

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is well aware of her Internet popularity, saying she “keeps abreast of the latest that’s on Tumblr.” In a Sunday evening interview at the 92nd St. Read More »

Katherine Johnson Went to College at 15--Then She Calculated the Path to the Moon

When Katherine Johnson started college (at age 15), she never dreamed she’d be involved in space. At the time, she remembers that as a woman, “You could be a nurse or a teacher.” But numbers had always come naturally to Johnson, and her professors encouraged her to study mathematics. Read More »

Female Dropouts Who Made It Without a Degree

From Oprah to Ellen, the people on this list may come as a surprise. Read More »

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On This Day: Rita Hayworth, "The Epitome of Glamour," Was Born

Rita Hayworth (born today in 1919) was, in the 1940s, the epitome of American glamour and one of the most well-known celebrities in the world. She was a talented dancer and seductive actress. Read More »

Meet the First Woman to Row Across Three Oceans, Alone

Roz Savage worked 14-hour days as a management consultant in London for 11 years before she completed a self-help exercise that would change her life. At 32, she wrote two versions of her obituary. Read More »

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