Women are reshaping their roles at home and in the workplace, whether in fields traditionally dominated by men, or those that have long seen women at the forefront. In the U.S. and abroad, we're highlighting how women get it done.
Former intelligence collector and engineer, Elana Duffy, is crowd-sourcing reintegration.
Lindsay Rodman knows first-hand how women in national security leadership positions can bring about positive change.
Clarissa Black, founder of Pets for Vets, knows first-hand how animal companions can help heal.
In a normal economy, 24% of military spouses face unemployment. Navy wife Kimber Hill decided to do something about it.
Dr. Vivianne Wersel ensured that no service member's death is discounted.
“I felt like I didn't have a military voice, but now I know I do.”
Most people working from home due to the coronavirus wouldn't be disappointed if the change were permanent, a new HuffPost/YouGov survey finds.
From donating blood to hiding in the spider-filled basement, these tactics highlight parents' desperation in the age of coronavirus.
You may think Instagrammers are raking in all the cash, but blogging often pays much more.
We can certainly use it right now.
Happy birthday to the son of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle!
Experts reveal whether a free-range life during the coronavirus pandemic is good for your breast health.
Real parents share creative ideas to keep children entertained during the coronavirus pandemic.
Neurodivergent kids have been longtime fans of the DIY toy.
Use 'happy' or 'sad' face flashcards, play a ball game – or even get them writing a poem.
Just because the playdates are online, doesn't mean they can't be interactive. Think puppet shows, makeovers, or a music session.
"At least we don’t have to go to our kids’ field day this year."
Experts share advice normally used on kids that adults can use, too.