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Q&A with Allure Editor-in-Chief Michelle Lee

MAKERS interviewed Allure's new editor-in-chief Michelle Lee on how she is redefining the 25-year-old beauty brand and changing the way women consume beauty coverage. Read More »

Meet Martha Gellhorn: The First Female Journalist to Report On D-Day

Whether we realize it or not, stories of women in war, though more common today than they once were, have frequently been left untold. Read More »

These Incredible Female Pulitzer Prize Winners Will Inspire You

Monday marked the 100th anniversary of awarding Pulitzer Prizes to those producing some of the best journalism in the U.S. and in every corner of the globe. Read More »

This 9-Year-Old Reporter Is Your New Career Inspiration

By Jillian Kramer A 9-year-old girl has put us all to shame when it comes to showing initiative and passion for our professions. Read More »

There Are More Female Reporters Than Ever Before

Women are knocking down the barriers on the battlefields of war, in sports, and now more than ever, in journalism.  Read More »

Maria Bartiromo Shares Her MAKERS Story With AOL's BUILD Series

Watch Maria Bartiromo talk about the evolution of her career from becoming the first person to report live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to landing the coveted daily three-hour morning time slot on Fox with her sh Read More »

Watch the Moment Maria Bartiromo was Invited to Become a MAKER

We're revisting the moment newly launched MAKER Maria Bartiromo was first invited by AOL CEO Tim Armstrong to share her MAKERS story. Read More »

Meet 'Maggie the Indestructible,' the Woman who Shot the First Cover Story for LIFE Magazine

Photographer Margaret Bourke White’s coworkers called her “Maggie the Indestructible” because she often risked her life—and came out fighting—for powerful photos. She was stranded in the arctic and survived a helicopter crash in the Chesapeake Bay, among other adventures. In 1930. Read More »