Black Women's Equal Pay Day is a reminder of the impact of race and gender on income inequality.
Figuring out how to close the pay gap would require massive shifts in public policy, business and — crucially — culture.
The extreme abortion bill that was signed into law Wednesday is just the latest troubling development.
The media mogul said she'd once been told she "was not entitled to earn the same kind of money" as her male counterpart.
“I think we should pay attention to that, because I think that has very negative consequences for the economy and for society,” he said.
The "Game of Thrones" actress explained to Harper's Bazaar UK why she's fine with her male co-star getting a bigger salary.
A congressman tried to mansplain equal pay to a woman while defending an amendment to change equal pay legislation.
The Vermont senator told CNN that he wasn't aware of sexism and discrimination complaints during his 2016 presidential bid, but would take steps to address them.
They deserve to be able to play the game they love without needing to get a second job to pay the bills.
Black Women's Equal Pay Day is Aug. 7.
In a speech before the World Economic Forum, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau hit on opportunity, intersectionality, and harassment as he called on leaders to recognize that gender inequality goes well beyond the pay gap.
The actress said a report that she threatened to appear in fewer episodes was wrong.
Sadler quit in December after discovering that her male co-host “made close to double” her salary.
When a woman is paid less than a third of what a man received for the same job, it's impossible to ignore the gender context.
Iceland's law aiming to completely eliminate the gender pay gap just went into effect.
You might have missed some of the policy changes President Donald Trump made this year…but they could still impact you.
Global gender equality declined this year for the first time since WEF began tracking it.
Dave Hughes was horrified to learn he made 40 percent more than his female co-host. So he did something about it.
"The net result of this systemic discrimination is that Google pays women less than men for comparable work," the suit says.