The discrimination lawsuit is the latest in a series of legal challenges over Musk’s decimation of Twitter’s workforce through mass layoffs and firings.
Jennifer Lawrence has ended her two-year streak as the top-paid actress in Hollywood.
Just hours after a Montana judge blocked health officials from enforcing a state rule that would prevent transgender people from changing the gender on their birth certificate, the Republican-run state said it would defy the order.
Erik Brynjolfsson, director of the MIT Initiative on the Digital Economy, discusses how technology and artificial intelligence may be taking away jobs but they're also creating them.
Melissa Francis filed a complaint with the New York State Labor Department last year, arguing Fox News retaliated against her after she brought up the pay gap.
A Los Angeles judge ruled that the law violated the right to equal treatment.
"I, and the many other moms who've had to take time out of the workforce, need your grace and understanding."
"Weaponized incompetence" — or "strategic incompetence" — is wearing women out, especially during the pandemic.
Many Black women, especially mothers, have had to take on coronavirus-related financial stresses as the sole or primary breadwinners of their households.
The games have come a long way since just 22 women competed in the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris.