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Women Join the Marine Corps Infantry for the First Time Ever

The first two women ever were approved to join the infantry of the U.S. Marines Corps. The roles were once only open to men. 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 »

An Open Letter to US Treasury Secretary Jack Lew On Why a Woman Needs to Be On the Front of the $10 Bill

In the great words of Alexander Hamilton, "A promise must never be broken." Dear US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew, Read More »

Ballerina Misty Copeland Is Giving Street Credit a Whole New Meaning

Ballet sensation Misty Copeland has had quite the year. Read More »

Baseball Hall of Fame Enshrines Jessica Mendoza's Trailblazing Baseball Moment

Jessica Mendoza is ESPN's first female MLB analyst. She recently made history when she became the first woman ever to call a postseason baseball game on national television.  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 »

Never-Before-Seen Footage of Amelia Earhart Emerges

Film footage revealing the final moments before Amelia Earhart's disappearance that had been lost since 1937 was recently recovered and published, CNN reports. Read More »

Iconic Moments When Women Changed Military History

We’re revisiting iconic moments in history when women changed the culture of the United States military. Read More »

12 Facts About Florence Nightingale

Back in the Victorian Era, the profession of nursing was often looked down upon by upper social classes, and was considered lowly menial labor work. Read More »

On This Day In Women's History

"Women have always been an equal part of the past. We just haven't been a part of history." - Gloria Steinem Read More »