Women In Politics
With Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) stepping away from the race for the White House, the last two major democratic contenders are Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) and Former Vice President Joe Biden.
As the senator exits the 2020 presidential race, her supporters wonder if they'll ever see a woman president.
The congresswoman praised female politicians for "leading the charge in Congress" at the world premiere of "Little Women" in New York.
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Cecile Richards, Ai-jen Poo and Alicia Garza are creating an intersectional political organization dedicated to building tangible power for American women.
Child care is a key barrier preventing women from seeking office. A fight is brewing to change that.
The vice president once said he limits one-on-one meetings with women who are not his wife.
The Swedish high school student has sparked a worldwide movement against global warming.
“It can be very empowering to say, ‘Make fun of me. Do it,'" the freshman member of Congress said.