Illustrator: Meryl Rowin

Women’s Work

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.
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Lindsay Rodman knows first-hand how women in national security leadership positions can bring about positive change.
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Clarissa Black, founder of Pets for Vets, knows first-hand how animal companions can help heal.
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In a normal economy, 24% of military spouses face unemployment. Navy wife Kimber Hill decided to do something about it.
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Dr. Vivianne Wersel ensured that no service member's death is discounted.
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“I felt like I didn't have a military voice, but now I know I do.”
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"I suffered a severe traumatic brain injury that affected nearly every aspect of my body."
Miriam Feldman, the author of “He Came In With It,” recounts how she supported her mentally ill adult son while holding down a job and holding up her other children.
Experts share the profound mental health benefits of a regular meditation practice and resources to get started.
Resist the temptation to work through lunch, even while WFH. Stepping away from your desk will actually make you more productive.
The Charlize Theron-starring "The Old Guard" tops the list.
"I was 36, a nonsmoker, an obnoxious consumer of organic green peppers ... but there it was: a tumor the size of a small city wedged smugly in my left bronchus."
From chicken and salmon to burgers, hot dogs and vegan offerings, experts help sort out the options for your next cookout.
"The hole in my neck doesn't hold me back; I've done things many nondisabled people still have yet to do."
The unidentified woman will join one of the all-male Green Beret teams, capping a years long campaign to move women into the military’s front-line combat jobs.
A deeper look at the realities of what it takes to get your recipes published.
The good news is that parents can teach children essential skills like empathy and gratitude.