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3 Lessons Every Woman Needs to Learn From the Ellen Pao Trial

Despite the judgments against the tech giant, here's why Pao's case is so important to women—and will continue to be, too.   Read More »

Should Government-Enforced Sterilization Be Used as a Bargaining Chip?

Last week, the Tennessean reported on the startling case of Jasmine Randers, who'd suffered from clinical depression and paranoia all her life and wound up in court following the mysterious death of her four-day-old daughter, Issabelle. Read More »

5 Times Rachel Maddow Ruled Our World

Rachel Maddow hosts her own show (MSNBC’s “The Rachel Maddow Show”), is an avid fisherwoman, and is the first openly gay anchor to host a major prime-time news program in the U.S. Read More »

MAKERS and Because of Them We Can Celebrate Girl Greatness

As Women's History Month comes to a close, MAKERS and educational platform Because of Them We Can are highlighting ten amazing and diverse women whose accomplishments, talents and perseverance inspire us all. The collaborative piece Read More »

Why Serena Williams Is Best Friends with Her Fiercest Competitor

Fresh off her nineteenth Grand Slam, Serena Williams talks to Rebecca Johnson about fitness, forgiveness, and her friendship with tennis rival Caroline Wozniacki. Read More »

You'll Never Believe Who Fortune Magazine Named the World's Greatest Female Leader

So, who do you think Fortune magazine named to its top-10 ranking of "World's Greatest Leaders," coming in at sixth place, the highest position of any woman on the list? Read More »

Danica Patrick Has Her Sights Set on NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Win

Danica Patrick has broken records around the world, as the first woman to win an Indy car race (she took first at the Indy Japan 500), and the highest-ranking woman in the Indianapolis 500. The 33-year-old athlete knows what it means to be a leader on the track and off. Read More »

Ivanka Trump Wants to Evolve Our Definition of Work

“Technology has enabled us all to have one life rather than separate professional and home lives,” Ivanka Trump told Marie Claire. Read More »

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