Women

And she's not happy about what she considers a lack of WNBA support when she took two months off for postpartum depression this season.
"No one told me being an adult would involve this much worry about my trash pickup days."
At the age of 14, she killed her abusive father. Before she pulled the trigger, it hadn’t occurred to her that she would go to jail.
Astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir are headed to the International Space Station four days earlier to replace a failed battery power controller.
On the second anniversary since the Me Too movement went viral, the founder reminds us to center survivors, not perpetrators.
A PRRI survey suggests there is no state in which more than 25% of residents support a total ban on abortion.
Martina Pastorino traveled over 400 miles on foot to deliver the message that "to be a woman is to be strong."
The law required doctors to tell patients they could reverse their "medicated abortion" if they acted quickly and underwent what a judge called "unproven medical treatment."
Mattel is honoring the two historic icons as part of its Inspiring Women series.
Plus: Research to help transgender athletes take the field.
Plus: Chanel Miller tells her own story after Brock Turner trial.
Several women read emotional statements expressing their anger and frustration with the now-defunct case.
Air Canada agents discriminated against Fatima Abdelrahman by forcing her to take her hijab off in a public space, CAIR's San Francisco Bay Area chapter alleges.
A defamation case pitting a powerful artist against an Instagram account could strip away a prized protection for survivors of assault — anonymity.
One Twitter user slammed the British news agency by pointing out the star was nominated for a Golden Globe when she was 12.
In a class-action lawsuit, the women say the now-closed school “duped” young actors into serving Franco's “financial and exploitative desires.”
Michelle Bolen claims leaders at Kansas City's St. Therese Catholic School were concerned about her pregnancy causing public “scandal.”