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Ernst asked Rao, “Who is at fault in a rape?”—to which Rao responded, “The rapist. The man who commits the rape is, of course, at fault.”
Trump, and his entire State of the Union audience, will be reminded of what he's really done to the country.
When Close started talking about her mother, it was that moment when another woman's wisdom hits something so deep inside you that your bones start buzzing.
Gloria Steinem, the best-known face of second wave feminism, will turn 85 in March.
A new medical device may change almost everything we think about making babies.
Warren has assets that may serve her well, being a sharp-witted populist and a woman in a party whose voters are mostly women.
Congress will be led by a grown-up again.
Republican women are sounding the alarm.
It's ridiculous, dishonest and socially destructive to pretend that the 51 percent majority of us are getting anywhere near the fair share of power and respect they're due.
But Pelosi is also a political dynamo, shrewd, indefatigable and tough, as her recent Oval Office sparring match with President Donald Trump showed
It was not just staying married that elevated her status but the nature of their bond. Theirs was an old-school marriage, meaning unbreakable. Prenup not required.
Behind the scenes, Stormy Daniels has become frustrated with Michael Avenatti's behavior and disregard for her input.
For loyal Democrats, it must be painful to realize that so much of the criticism of your party turns out to be true.
A source told Page Six that possibly, Levine’s book will also include some discussion of Trump’s alliance with David Pecker.
During the months between the march and the midterm, American women mounted an unprecedented political mobilization.