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The restored 19th century mansion was modeled after Louis XIII's hunting lodge at Versailles.

See inside the $3.6 million Gilded Age Newport mansion Jennifer Lawrence just got married in

Jennifer Lawrence got married at a 19th-century mansion that was home to a horse-obsessed bachelor, a suffragette Vanderbilt, and, supposedly, ghosts.

1 in 5 Muslim women in Malaysia believe husbands have a right to beat their wives

70% of Muslim women said polygamy was a right for men, but only 32% would allow it for their own marriage.
Saudi women's rights activist Loujain al-Hathloul is seen in this undated handout picture

The family of a prominent jailed Saudi women’s-rights activist says she turned down a deal to deny being tortured and sexually assaulted in pris...

Human-rights groups say several Saudi activists arrested last year were tortured and sexually abused while in prison.
Saudi women can now travel without a male's permission.

Saudi Arabian women no longer need a man’s permission to travel. Here are the biggest changes they’ve seen in the last 2 years.

Women in Saudi Arabia are allowed to travel without a male guardian. Saudi women have seen many changes in the last two years. Here's a list of them.
Harriet Tubman.

A mock-up of the redesigned $20 bill featuring Harriet Tubman leaked — after it was delayed by the Trump administration

The New York Times published a leaked a mock-up for the new $20 bill with Harriet Tubman Friday. The Trump administration delayed its release to 2028.
Different organization held a protest rally against the murder of Nusrat Jahan Rafi, a madrasa girl from Feni who was burnt in reprisal after sexual abuse charges against the principal, in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on April 12, 2019.

A Bangladeshi teen was burned to death after claiming she was sexually harassed by her headmaster

An 18-year-old woman in Bangladesh was burned to death after coming forward with allegations that her headmaster touched her inappropriately.

The Trump administration awarded a family planning grant to an anti-abortion organization, signaling a major funding shift at the agency

The Department of Health and Human Services will be awarding a family planning grant to the Obria Group, a California nonprofit opposed to abortion.
A Syrian woman, walks with her children outside the refugees camp near the Turkish-Syrian border in the southeastern city of Yayladagi.

The 10 worst countries in the world for women

An index of this year's best and worst countries for women has been released. The least desirable places for women include Yemen, Afghanistan, and Syria.
Reema Bint Bandar al-Saud, speaks during the investment conference in Riyadh, October 24, 2018.

Saudi Arabia appoints ex-diplomat’s daughter and princess as its first female ambassador to the US

Princess Reema bint Bandar Al Saud has been appointed Saudi Arabia's first female ambassador to the US.
Dr. Mary Walker, shown wearing her Medal of Honor around 1866.

Here’s the story of Dr. Mary Edwards Walker — a shotgun-wielding legend who is the only woman ever to win the Medal of Honor

When federal marshals arrived to take Walker's rescinded Medal of Honor, the former prisoner of war is said to have greeted them with a shotgun.