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The gender pay gap is still huge. These charts illustrate the discrepancies based on race, age, location, and more.
Women on two remote Estonian islands have lived without men for over a century but now face an uncertain future. Here’s a look inside their live...
Striking photos reveal a women-led Estonian society whose way of life is challenged by tourism and a dwindling population.
US Soccer wrote an open letter critical of the USWNT’s equal pay lawsuit on the eve of International Women’s Day, and the team was not hap...
"If that's how you want to celebrate international women's day... that's one way to do it," Megan Rapinoe said.
Ashley Graham shared a photo of herself giving birth and described the moment as the ‘face of my greatest strength’
Ashley Graham's son, Isaac, was born in January. The model and body activist posted a visceral photo from the birth for International Women's Day.
Alicia Keys is partnering with American Express on ‘The Ambition Project’ to empower women. Here’s how it will expand their access t...
In addition to The Ambition Project, Keys also has launched her own non-profit, and plans to release a book later in March.
A British politician quoted Taylor Swift’s ‘The Man’ during an International Women’s Day debate in Parliament
The Minister for Women and Equalities, Liz Truss, called Swift "brilliant" and recited her lyrics after discussing gender inequality in the workforce.
While some celebrations have been impacted by the spread of coronavirus, women around the world are still protesting, parading, and partying.
In many countries, universal suffrage is a relatively recent privilege. Here's when women won the right to vote in 25 places around the world.
PRESENTING: 13 female founders who self-funded their businesses share their top advice for startup success
These women worked, pitched, applied, and saved their way to the funding they needed to grow. We share their best tips on International Women's Day.
Female students at a high school in Maryland stood up to misogyny after male students circulated a list that ranked them based on their appearances.