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WOMEN IN POLITICS
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Kamala Harris Says It's 'Outrageous' That Mike Pence Won't Meet Alone With Women
The vice president once said he limits one-on-one meetings with women who are not his wife.
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16-Year-Old Climate Activist Greta Thunberg Nominated For Nobel Peace Prize
The Swedish high school student has sparked a worldwide movement against global warming.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Onslaught Of GOP Attacks Are 'Not Gonna Stop This Movement'
“It can be very empowering to say, ‘Make fun of me. Do it,'" the freshman member of Congress said.
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Why Iceland Is The Best Place In The World To Be A Woman
Give credit to a strong women's movement and laws designed to improve gender equality at work and home.
Exposing Amy Klobuchar's Mistreatment Of Staff Is Not Sexist
Former staffers say they're frustrated that many Democrats and journalists have dismissed reports of her behavior.
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Kansas Lawmakers Vote To Allow Women To Breastfeed On House Floor
State Rep. Ponka-We Victors, who proposed the change, stressed the need for "a comfortable environment for a mother who is breastfeeding her baby."
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How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Gets Political With Her Style
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is using her fashion as a tool to spread her message.
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Nevada Will Be The First State With A Majority Female Legislature
Nevada’s incoming legislature will make history.
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Women Break New Records In 2018 Primaries
There are record numbers of women running for the U.S. House and governor seats as major party nominees this year.
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Obama Says Men Have Been 'Getting On My Nerves Lately'
The former president encouraged women to get involved in politics at a town hall in South Africa.
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Women Won Big In Tuesday's Primary Elections
Of the 92 women who participated in Tuesday’s eight primaries, at least 36 of them won spots on ballots.
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The Women Are Coming For Eric Schneiderman's Job
Women are running for attorney general posts all over the country.
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Time's Up, Men: More Than 300 Women File For House Races
The number is a new record.
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We Need More Moms In Government. Here's How To Get Them.
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Better child care would be a start.
Maryland Governor Candidate Breastfeeds In New Campaign Ad
“I’m a mom. I’m a woman. And I want to be your next governor.”
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New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern Announces Pregnancy
"I’ll be Prime Minister AND a mum," she wrote.
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Roy Moore Co-Authored A 2011 Study Guide That Promoted 'Biblical Patriarchy'
The course criticized women's suffrage and said women shouldn't hold political office.
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Women In Congress Still Proud To Be There, Despite The BS They Face
A new study looks at why representation of women in Congress matters.
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Women's Caucus Played Pivotal Role In Restoring Sanity To Kansas Statehouse
Jeffrey Ann Goudie
The Kansas Statehouse is one of the most ornate in the country. For a while, wherever my family traveled – New Hampshire
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ARTS & CULTURE
'Grace And Frankie' Actress Writing A Book To Help Women Run For Office
She's collaborating with a top Emily's List staffer to get more women in government.
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Sally Yates Is The No-Nonsense Heroine We So Desperately Need
The former acting attorney general testified in front of a nearly all-male senate judiciary subcommittee and firmly stood her ground. She faced interruptions and questions about President Donald Trump's travel ban, but managed to stay poised through it all.
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It's Not Too Soon, Hillary. You’re Just In Time.
Andrea Dew Steele
Founder and President, Emerge America
It has been suggested Clinton should stay out of the public eye. I couldn't disagree more.
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