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Elizabeth Warren is encouraged to run, a Bible museum in Washington, FGM affects Americans
The ongoing border crisis, a new case for gay rights, and Ritu Sharma of Women Thrive.
Sexism in the tech industry, immigrant children, and the fertility rate worldwide.
USAID's fight for maternal health, abortion in movies, and stopping cruelty against horses
Human trafficking report, Valerie Jarrett on working families, Male CEO's & Feminism
Groundbreaking program for men in Rio De Janeiro’s favelas to stem the tide of violence
Giving birth at home, the Pope on kids and pets, and economic advantages of equality.
Mass shootings and gender, Arianna Huffington's book Thrive, remembering Dr. Maya Angelou
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Some top colleges have developed programs to recruit more women into technology majors.
A new report on sexual assault shows that the problem is being ignored.
Men are more likely to hide or lie about spending.
Pepsico CEO Indra Nooyi says women can't have it all.
Supreme Court strikes down a 35-foot buffer zone around women's health clinics
A new book asserts beta men are best for alpha women.
A mural in Sao Paulo depicts the friendship between both countries.
2014 has been the year of the hashtag, but is that a good thing?
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How do men from violent backgrounds become great fathers?
A new VEET ad offends women
Professional Baseball player is criticized for missing opening day for child's birth.
The federal government is recognizing gay marriages in MI even though the state won't
Are women "too busy" to care about the pay gap? And why are those who do called "whiners"?
Jane Pauley talks about her new book, life callings and reinventing yourself after 50.
Single Dad Surrogacy