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A New Discovery: Women Held Rank in America's "First City"

Let's take it back a few centuries to 1,000 and 1,200 AD where North America's so-called "first city" once thrived. At that time, the now burial mound of Cahokia in Missouri was thought to be a civilization solely run by men. Read More »

This Woman Was the Only Signer of the Declaration of Sentiments Who Lived to See Women Vote

On July 20, 1848, the Seneca Falls Convention, known as the country's first women's rights convention, produced the Declaration of Sentiments — largely considered one of America's most important documents advocating women's suffrage. Read More »

What Every Woman Needs to Know About the Republican National Convention

// The Republican National Convention will take place July 18-21 // Read More »

Not Every Woman Believes They Need to See a Female President in Their Lifetime

"I did not think I would live to see this," said legendary feminist Gloria Steinem to CNN foreign correspondent Christiane Amanpour, following President Barack Obama's Read More »

Hillary Clinton Plans to Fill Half of Her Cabinet With Women

The Cabinet might look a whole lot different if Hillary Clinton becomes President of the United States in this year's election. Read More »

This Woman Traveled Farther Than Paul Revere to Warn America "The British are Coming"

The phrase "the British are coming" might be synonymous with an image of Paul Revere riding horseback in the night to warn his fellow patriots about an impending invasion.  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 »

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 »

MAKERS Celebrating America

Oprah Winfrey said it best: "If you're a woman born in the United States, you're one of the luckiest women in the world." Read More »

Lady Liberty: 11 Things You Didn't Know About the Statue of Liberty

The Statue of Liberty's arrived to New York City from France 130 years ago. Read More »