Black Women's Equal Pay Day is a reminder of the impact of race and gender on income inequality.
The judgment of women and people of color at work is still being discounted.
A spokeswoman for the U.S. Women's National Team slammed the assertion as "utterly false" and a "ruse" against women players' gender discrimination lawsuit.
Americans are exhausted of "the fighting and the negative," the team's co-captain said.
Figuring out how to close the pay gap would require massive shifts in public policy, business and — crucially — culture.
It's one of the many iconic celebrations to take place at the Women's World Cup championship parade in New York City on Wednesday.
Chants of "equal pay" echoed against the skyscrapers as thousands of fans packed Manhattan's streets to cheer on the world champion U.S. women's soccer team.
The Democratic senator introduced a bill that would cut off all federal funding when the U.S. hosts the men's international soccer tournament.
The chants began when FIFA President Gianni Infantino walked on the field for the postgame ceremonies.
Ahead of the quarterfinals against France, fans shouted support for players’ struggle to be paid the same as their male counterparts.
It's "discrimination staring us all in the face," said the Senate Democratic leader.
The proposal would levy fines on businesses who don't prove that their pay practices are fair.
The former Trump aide filed a motion to join Alva Johnson's lawsuit alleging female staffers were paid less than their male counterparts.
Jennifer Siebel Newsom, the wife of Gov. Gavin Newsom, said she plans to use her office to combat pay inequality.
A congressman tried to mansplain equal pay to a woman while defending an amendment to change equal pay legislation.
Plus: Lilly Ledbetter shares her story.
The pay gap has trapped generations of women. But there’s another way.
Ivanka Trump-backed efforts to kill Obama-era rules were illegal, a federal judge found.