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From Angela Merkel to Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, women in government face a gendered dress code. Here's how women around the world subvert it.
The Icelandic band rose to popularity in 2011. A world tour, acclaim and a "Game of Thrones" cameo followed. Now they're in a "Fever Dream."
The vice president's arrival at Keflavik Airport with armed military entourage reportedly set eyes popping.
A company in Reykjavik swapped its flags for rainbow Pride ones ahead of the vice president's visit.
A plaque on the former glacier warns that all glaciers might be gone within 200 years.
Scientists are memorializing Iceland's first glacier lost to global warming with a poignant "letter to the future."
The supermodel shared images from Iceland after splitting from Bradley Cooper.
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Give credit to a strong women's movement and laws designed to improve gender equality at work and home.
Iceland is the world's best place to be a woman, and labor is inseparable from what makes that feminist fairy tale possible.
Lionel Messi missed his chance to land a penalty-kick win after Iceland's first World Cup goal.
Backers of the proposed law say circumcision violates the rights of children. Religious leaders say it tramples their beliefs.
Could there be a greater goal than hygge vibes?
Iceland's law aiming to completely eliminate the gender pay gap just went into effect.
Get paid, ladies!
If we want civically minded citizens, promoting lit and lit comprehension will be key.
Expect to see "a lot more volcanic activity in areas of the world where glaciers and volcanoes interact," the lead author says.
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Birgitta Jónsdóttir became Iceland's most famous parliamentarian after challenging the U.S. with WikiLeaks in 2010.