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Wimbledon Updates: Serena Advances, American Women Showing Strength

Love serving sisterly love? Serena Williams won against sister Venus 6-4, 6-3 Monday at Wimbledon. The 20-time major champion will advance to the quarterfinals. Serena and Venus are both five-time champions at the All England Club where Wimbledon is hosted. Read More »

USA Sweeps Japan in the Women's World Cup

The United States won 5-2 against Japan in the FIFA Women's World Cup soccer championship on Sunday. Midfielder Carli Lloyd made history after scoring two of the fastest goals in the tournament’s history, and becoming the first player to score three goals in one game. Read More »

Misty Copeland Makes History After Being Named Principal Dancer

Misty Copeland made history Tuesday when she was named the first African-American female principal dancer in American Ballet Theatre's 75-year history. Read More »

Top Quotes by Influential Women About America

"My story is only possible in America," Fortune 500 CEO Meg Whitman shares in the video above. She's not the first woman to praise the country for her success, and she won't be the last. Read More »

#MadeByMAKERS: Female Music MAKERS

Are you ready to make some noise?  Let's hear it for these female musicians in the gallery above.  Read More »

Why More Women Are Choosing to Keep Their Maiden Names

A recent study shows that more women are saying, "I don't" instead of "I do" when it comes to changing their last names when getting married. Read More »

A Conversation About the Military's Gender Divide

Gender equality in the military has been an ongoing debate — a political and emotional war that's waged the course of generations. Read More »

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