To The Contrary
With women in the forefront of politics and on the cutting edge of national agendas, To the Contrary with Bonnie Erbe continues to provide an important, timely forum for diverse women to discuss national and international issues and policies. It presents news and views that are rarely, if ever, available elsewhere on television.Visit To The Contrary Website
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How terrorism affects the election, gender's influence on politics, and tabloids.
The State Department has re-opened its internal review of Clinton's private server
What to do in the wake of tragedy? Gender and disability payments. Trans athletes.
Was the sit-in counterproductive? And what does Trump's appeal tell us about America?
Presidential politics, feminist Obama, and the changing culture of the term "dad"
Trump brings back old debates, ethics codes & assault, and Andi Seizler's new book.
Which voters will swing the election? The new rules when it comes to overtime. LGBT rights
Women's participation in terrorism, a woman's choice to be veiled & discussing sex openly.
Online abuse gets a popular user barred from Twitter.
After the terrorist attack in Nice, France, who do Americans trust most?
Carlson filed a suit against Fox News CEO Roger Ailes
Interview with Susan Markham on USAID & Michelle Obama's Global Initiative Let Girls Learn
Are media reports about companies that appoint female CEOs doing more harm than good?
Latina voters are more motivated to vote than in the past, and it could be for Hillary
A report claims the women's Stanford swim team had suspicions about Brock Turner.
The Senate has passed a bill requiring women to register for the military draft.
Watch this video on Menopause The Musical for a chance to win 4 tickets to opening night.
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
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