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Hillary Clinton's Post-Election Day Mantra Will Ignite Your Inner Boldness

"Resist, insist, persist, enlist," MAKER Hillary Clinton urged a sold out crowd Read More »

One Mother's Campaign Encourages All to Bring Their Political Views to the Table

In 2012, Julie Winokur's 17-year-old son called her out for being "politically intolerant," Read More »

Oprah Hints She May One Day Run For President On "The David Rubenstein Show"

After MAKER Oprah Winfrey's appearance on Bloomberg's "The David Rubenstein Show," rumors have been buzzing abou Read More »

Since Election Day, More Than 13,000 Women Have Decided to Run for Office

This year, for the first time ever, the United States had the possibility to elect its first-ever female president, breaking that "highest, hardest" glass ceiling once and for all. Read More »

Get to Know the Four Female Judges Who Are Leading the Way for Immigration Justice

After President-elect Donald Trump signed an executive order "preventing refugees, migrants and... Read More »

The House Just Approved a Bill That Restricts Abortion Coverage for Millions of Women

Just one day after Donald Trump reinstated a 32-year-old anti-abortion policy that affects women worldwide, Congress is showcasing its own dedication to rolling back women's reprodu Read More »

Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know About Being the First Lady, on This Week's "Work Wives" Podcast

A few reasons to listen to this week's installment of the Glamour' podcast "Work Wives": You'll hear Glamour's digital editorial director Laurel Pinson and senior executive digital director Annie Fox debate whether they're a Michelle or a Melania fan, and also admit what their secret service code Read More »

These Women Are Knitting Their Way to the Women's March On Washington

Hundreds of thousands of protestors are slated to participate in the Wo Read More »

A New Illinois Law Will Teach Hairstylists to Look for Signs of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

A new Illinois law going into effect at the new year is taking an innovative approach to combating domestic violence: It requires state beauty professionals to learn how to recognize signs of domestic abuse Read More »

Women and Power: What Happens Next?

On the morning of November 8, I got up, jogged to the gym, and cheerfully chatted with the woman working the early-​bird shift at the front desk. I asked if she got time off to vote. "Oh, I'm taking time off to vote today,” she said — it was that important to her. Read More »

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