The longtime advice columnist blamed her firing on the president, who she said "dragged me through the mud."
“I began to search for deeper meaning when life began to teach me lessons I didn’t know I needed,” the singer told Elle.
The superstar got candid about trauma and PTSD in a powerful new Elle magazine interview with Oprah Winfrey.
The comedian recalled having to fight to get the same recognition as her white male colleagues during awards season.
The "View" co-host slammed the publication for its framing of a profile of her, calling it the reason "why people don’t talk to journalists and never tell them anything real."
"The View" co-host tells Elle magazine she regrets insulting Donald Trump's 2016 opponent. "She was friends with my dad."
Live. Work. Pose (for the cover).
"It's not a hard time for men right now," the activist-actor said. "It's a hard time for abusers and predators."
A new meme that involves sharing fake stories leading to voter registration sites is making the rounds.
The pop star and budding actress revealed the news with three simple words at an Elle magazine event in Hollywood.
She recently became the first woman to give birth while in the Senate.
The founder of #1000BlackGirlBooks asked Clinton some vital questions about her past.
Elle Magazine contributor Katharine Zaleski wrote an article this week entitled: "I'm A Successful Working Mom Thanks To My Nanny." In the article she details the "dirty little secret" of high-powered women who seem to have it all. That secret is that someone helps them.
Two months after a public dispute and departure from MSNBC, Melissa Harris-Perry is joining Elle.com as an editor at large
Black Girl Magic isn't a complicated thing and never needed to be analyze or be presented as a thesis statement. It really surprised me that there was a debate about it, because I thought we were all on the same page.
Black girls and women, are enough. That our lives and our pain matter, that we don't have to work and cook and clean and fight and give until we are mentally emotionally and physically bankrupt. That we can be none or all of what we have learned Black women should be, and that regardless of who we choose to become, we still shimmer like the sun.